During your training, we will be using the Guimbal Cabri G2 or the Robinson R44 helicopter.
To be able to start your practical part, you need to have:
- A valid EASA PPL(H) license;
- A minimum of 155 hours of flying experience, 50 hours as a PIC and 10 hours cross country;
- Completed all theoretical modules and passed the corresponding exams;
- A medical check according to EASA category 1.
When you do not have have a night rating, you must add 5 hours to the necessary number of flying hours, which brings the practical part to 35 flying hours.