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EASA LAPL


Training:

30 hours flight training, 6 hours solo of which 3 hours must be cross country.


Cross country qualifier:

80nm landing at one aerodrome different than departure.


Privileges:

PIC on types for which a Class Rating is held. Max 4 Passengers (Incl Pilot) on single engine land planes or TMGs of up to 2000kg.


Limitations:

VFR Day/Night (if qualified) EU airspace only. Weather minima VFR in sight of surface 1.5km visibility outside controlled airspace or 5km in class C,D,E airspace


Validity:

Non Expiring Lifetime Licence  


Whats the Difference?? EASA PPL - EASA LAPL

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EASA Licence Differences PPL - LAPL

EASA PPL


Training:

45 hours flight training, 10 hours solo of which 5 hours must be cross country.


Cross country qualifier:

150nm landing at two aerodromes different than departure.


Privileges:


Holders of PPL (A) are to act without remuneration as PIC or co-pilot on aeroplanes or TMGS engaged in non-commercial operations.


Not withstanding the paragraph above, the holder of a PPL(A) with instructor or examiner privileges may receive remuneration for: 

(1) the provision of flight instruction for the LAPL(A) or PPL(A); 
(2) the conduct of skill tests and proficiency checks for these licences; 
(3) the ratings and certificates attached to these licences. 


Limitations:

VFR Day/Night (if qualified) EU airspace and abroad e.g. USA, Australia etc. VFR in sight of surface 1.5km visibility outside controlled airspace or 5km in class C, D, E airspace.  


Validity:

Non Expiring Lifetime Licence  


What is the difference between EASA LAPL and EASA PPL?

  

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