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Frecuently Asked Questions

 

Is it difficult learning how to fly?

No. Right from the start you will be flying under the instruction and supervision of one of instructors and before you know it you will have gained your ‘wings’.

 

Can I choose the schedule of my classes?

The schedule of the theoretical classes is decided between All students of the course, usually are three days a week from 20 to 22 hours.

 

Do I need a medical certificate?

You will need a medical certificate before beginning the flight instruction. It is suggested that it be obtained before starting the theoretical course, this will assure that you are qualified for the flight before making any financial expenses.

 

When do I need a medical certificate?

You will need a medical certificate before beginning the flight instruction. It is suggested that you get it before starting the theoretical course, this will assure you that you are qualified for the flight before making any financial expenses.

 

How to get the medical certificate class II?

Exceeding a specific medical review performed by a doctor or clinic approved by the General Directorate of Aviation.

 

When can I start flying?

Immediately. However, you will need to apply for certain certificates. Although we recommend that some theory classes be given first.

 

When do I need the pilot student card?

Before starting the flight instruction.

 

What are the requirements for a pilot student card?
The requirements are:

  • At least 17 years of age
  • Class II Medical Certificate

 

How long is the Private Pilot course?

At least 3 months, although it depends on the weather and especially the time you spend.

 

Are the pilot exam difficult?

No. Like with any exam, you have to study. We provide all the material necessary to successfully complete your exams. The theory exams are multiple choice format and the practical exams are conducted in flight.

 

How many calls can I present?

You can submit to 4 calls, if you have not approved the nine subjects in the fourth call, you must introduce yourself again.

 

After finishing my pilot course, what do I have to do to keep flying?

Once you have obtained your private pilot’s license you can continue flying by renting an airplane, buying one of your own or joining an association that has one.

 

What should I do to keep my pilot license in effect?

You must perform a verification every 2 years.

 

What is a rating?

A rating is an authorisation that allows you to fly a certain type of aircraft or fly under certain meteorological conditions.

 

How much does it cost to rent an airplane?

The available planes to rent are:

  • Cessna 152 II costs 160 € the hour VAT incl.
  • Piper PA-28 Archer II costs 230 € the hour VAT incl.

Airport fees not included

 

Can I fly anywhere I want to?

Effectively yes, although there are certain restricted zones.

 

How much does it cost to keep a plane every year?

Approximately an average aircraft can have annual costs of approximately € 8,000, That you fly Although the cost depends on the type of aircraft, year of manufacture and experience of the pilots, type of insurance and hours of annual flights.

 

Why is shared ownership better?

The airplanes have a significant annual fixed expenses, insurance and revisions, so it interests the aircraft to fly all that it can to amortize these expenses. Taking into account that a pilot flies from half a year of 30 to 50 hours of flight, we managed to spread those expenses between more hours of flight, that is, sharing the plane we can divide the annual cost between 200 or 300 hours.

 

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