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Helicopter Private Pilot Course from California Aviation Services
California Aviation Services, Inc. courses are FAA approved under Part 141 and Part 61. In addition to the flight time and pilot experience you will be gaining in our Part 141 course, we provide individual or group ground school sessions. At California Aviation Service, Inc. our goal is to qualify you for a pilot license! Come and join us in the air, we’d love to fly with you!
Last Updated:
16-02-2024
Location:
USA
California
North America
Riverside
Fixed Wing Private Pilot Course from California Aviation Services
Ground Instruction 15 Hours Minimum Dual Flight Instruction 30 Hours Minimum Supervised Solo
Last Updated:
16-02-2024
Location:
USA
California
North America
Riverside
Part 141 Commercial Helicopter Course from California Aviation Services
California Aviation Services, Inc. courses are FAA approved under Part 141 and Part 61. In addition to the flight time and pilot experience you will be gaining in our Part 141 course, we provide individual or group ground school sessions. At California Aviation Service, Inc. our goal is to qualify you for a pilot license! Come and join us in the air, we’d love to fly with you!
Last Updated:
16-02-2024
Location:
USA
California
North America
Riverside
Part 141 Commercial Airplane Course from California Aviation Services
California Aviation Services, Inc. courses are FAA approved under Part 141 and Part 61. In addition to the flight time and pilot experience you will be gaining in our Part 141 course, we provide individual or group ground school sessions. At California Aviation Service, Inc. our goal is to qualify you for a pilot license! Come and join us in the air, we’d love to fly with you!
Last Updated:
16-02-2024
Location:
USA
California
North America
Riverside
Flight Instructor Services With Sky Bavaria On AvPay
We work together with the IFR flight school Fly West in Innsbruck for briefings, check flights, flight training, IFR training and test flights. Contact us for more information.
Last Updated:
01-02-2024
Company / Seller:
Location:
Bavaria
Europe
Germany
The biggest hurdle for private aircraft owners in Asia is building competencies, product familiarity & flight proficiency cost effectively. Our in-house aircrafts, avionics equipment & flight training resources are readily available to support our aircraft owners.
Last Updated:
04-01-2024
Location:
South East Asia
Asia
Singapore
Adding a Tail Dragger rating to your pilots licences, on AvPay
If you want to be a proper pilot, you need to be able to fly a proper aeroplane, an aeroplane with a conventional undercarrage. Two main wheels up front and a wheel on the tail is said to have a conventioanl undercarrage, because when aeroplanes were first built/designed, that was the norm. Then in the 1960's the 'land-o-matic' system was introduced, it made landing an aeroplane much easier, having a tri-cycle undercarrage became the most popular design.
Last Updated:
12-12-2023
Location:
Bournemouth
England
Europe
Dorset
South West
UK
Variable Pitch Propeller Training on AvPay
Official Differences training is required for aircraft that have a Variable Pitch Propeller. This training needs to encompass both theory and practical/flying elements with an instructor.
Last Updated:
22-01-2024
Location:
Bournemouth
England
Europe
Dorset
South West
UK
Adding a Sailplane Towing rating to your Pilots licences on AvPay
Holders of a pilot licence with privileges to fly aeroplanes or TMGs shall only tow sailplanes when they hold the appropriate sailplane towing rating.
Last Updated:
12-12-2023
Location:
Bournemouth
England
Europe
Dorset
South West
UK
Retractable Undercarriage Rating on AvPay
Official Differences training is required for aircraft that have a Retractable Undercarriage. This training needs to encompass both theory and practical/flying elements with an instructor.
Last Updated:
22-01-2024
Location:
Bournemouth
England
Europe
Dorset
South West
UK
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Flight Training Courses on AvPay
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Air Law & ATC Procedures Flight Training Course from Easy PPL Groundschool

Fixed-wing flight training courses can vary depending on the level of certification and the specific aviation authority’s regulations.

Private Pilot License (PPL)
The PPL is a basic license that allows individuals to fly single-engine aircraft for personal use and non-commercial purposes. PPL training covers essential flight skills, aircraft control, navigation, meteorology, regulations, and flight planning. It typically involves a certain number of flight hours, theoretical knowledge exams, and a practical flight test.

Commercial Pilot License (CPL)
The CPL enables pilots to fly aircraft for compensation or hire. CPL training builds upon the skills learned during the PPL training and includes advanced flight manoeuvres, instrument flight, advanced navigation techniques, night flying, and more. Additional requirements may include a higher number of flight hours, theoretical exams, and a CPL flight test.

Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL)
The ATPL is the highest level of pilot certification and qualifies pilots to act as the pilot-in-command of an aircraft in airline operations. ATPL training includes advanced theoretical knowledge, comprehensive flight training, instrument flight, advanced navigation, airline operations, and crew resource management. ATPL training typically requires a significant number of flight hours, extensive theoretical exams, and an ATPL flight test.

The main differences between the PPL, CPL, and ATPL are the privileges and limitations associated with each license. With a PPL, pilots can fly for personal use and non-commercial purposes. They cannot receive compensation for flying, and certain restrictions might apply, such as limitations on the type of aircraft flown and the number of passengers carried. The CPL allows pilots to fly aircraft for compensation or hire. They can be employed as professional pilots and perform commercial operations such as aerial photography, flight instruction, charter flights, or other commercial aviation activities. An ATPL is required to act as a pilot-in-command in airline operations. ATPL holders are eligible to apply for employment as airline pilots and fly large commercial aircraft. ATPL training is the most comprehensive and demanding, requiring significant flight experience, theoretical knowledge, and skills development.

It’s important to note that specific requirements and regulations for PPL, CPL, and ATPL can vary between countries and aviation authorities. Therefore, it’s essential to consult the regulations and guidelines of the relevant aviation authority in your country for accurate and up-to-date information on the specific requirements and privileges associated with each license type.