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Private Pilot License (PPL)

 

A Private Pilot License (PPL) is the first step toward a career in aviation. Private Pilot License enables the holder to fly single engine airplanes, for non-commercial purposes, carry passengers and gives almost unlimited authority to fly under Visual Flight Rules (VFR).
Training is divided in two parts, ground school and flight training. Ground school will carry you through 9 different subjects that will provide you with the basic knowledge for flight training. The second step will be initial flight training, where you will develop basics flying skills and learn to navigate.
To qualify as a Private Pilot, students must undergo two different types of examinations. First type of examination, is a theoretical examination and the second type is a practical examination (flight test) conducted in an aircraft with an examiner, both administrated by the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority.

Course Quality: Pilot courses organized by FLY LEVEL are certified and approved by the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority, are internationally recognized and accepted by all European Aviation Safety Agency member states and by all the states that recognize and accept EASA provisions and regulations.

 

Admission Requirements

 

To be able to apply to PPL course, you must meet the entry requirements:

  • An applicant for PPL shall be at least 17 years of age;
  • An applicant for PPL shall hold a valid medical certificate – Class 1 or Class 2;
  • An applicant for PPL shall present a valid criminal record certificate.

 

Course Location

 

  1. Bucharest , Romania;
  2. Brasov, Romania;
  3. Chisinau, Republic of Moldova.

 

Theoretical Training

 

Theoretical training for a PPL course shall comprise at least 100 hours. We organize theory distance learning, but at least 10% of the 100 hours will be organized in class.

 

Syllabus of the theoretical subject:

  • Air Law;
  • Aircraft General Knowledge;
  • Flight Performance and Planning;
  • Human Performance;
  • Communications;
  • Meteorology;
  • Navigation;
  • Operational Procedures;
  • Principles of Flight.

 

After passing a final exam on each subject at ground school, minimum passing grade is 75%, students will be able to attend the theoretical exams at the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority for licensing.

 

Practical Training

 

An applicant for a PPL licence shall complete at least 45 hours of flight instruction. Flight training will take place on one of the following aerodromes:

  1. Strejnicu Aerodrome, Prahova County, Romania;
  2. Prejmer Aerodrome, Brasov County, Romania;
  3. Suceava, Suceava County, Romania;
  4. Iasi, Iasi County, Romania;
  5. Chisinau International Airport, Republic of Moldova.

 

Certification
Students shall demonstrate through the completion of a skill test the ability to perform as pilot in command (PIC) on the appropriate aircraft category, the relevant procedures and manoeuvres with competency appropriate to the privileges granted by the license to an examiner from Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority.

 

 

Night Rating (NR(A))

 

Night rating extends the privileges of a PPL(A) holder and allows him to fly during night time in Visual Meteorological Conditions (VMC). Flying at night under Visual Flight Rules (VFR) is different from flying VFR during the day and many pilots find equally enjoyable. Night Rating is a natural step after completing your PPL(A) and makes your time building more enjoyable. Also NR(A) is the second step toward a career in aviation because NR(A) is a requirement for IR(A).

Course Quality: Pilot courses organized by FLY LEVEL are certified and approved by the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority, are internationally recognized and accepted by all European Aviation Safety Agency member states and by all the states that recognize and accept EASA provisions and regulations.

 

Admission Requirements

 

To be able to apply to a Night Rating course, you must meet the entry requirements:

 

Theoretical Training

 

Theoretical training for NR(A), according to EASA syllabus, consists of 10 hours with an instructor.

 

Practical Training

 

Flight training is done in a Single Engine Piston (SEP) aircraft. At least 5 hours of flight time at night out of which:

 

 

Instrument Rating (IR)

 

Instrument Rating is a rating that allows the holder to fly under instrument flight rules (IFR). IR requires specific training and additional instruction, including rules and procedures specific to instrument flying, additional instruction in meteorology and more intensive training in flight solely by reference to instruments.
Course Quality: Pilot courses organized by FLY LEVEL are certified and approved by the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority, are internationally recognized and accepted by all European Aviation Safety Agency member states and by all the states that recognize and accept EASA provisions and regulations.

 

Prerequisites

 

Applicants for an instrument rating shall meet the following entry requirements:

 

Pre-entry Requirements

 

An applicant for a modular IR(A) course shall be the holder of a PPL(A) or a CPL(A).

 

Syllabus for practical training

 

An applicant for an IR(A) course shall complete the following:

 

 

En route Instrument Rating (EIR)

 

The privileges of the holder of this license are to conduct flights by day under IFR in the en route phase of flight, with an aeroplane for which a class or type rating is held. These privileges may be extended to conduct flights by night under IFR in the en route phase of flight if the pilot holds a night rating.

 

Admission Requirements

 

Applicants for the EIR shall hold at least a PPL license and shall have completed at least 20 hours of cross-country flight time as pilot-in-command in aeroplanes.

 

Training Course

 

An applicant for EIR licence shall have completed, within a period of 36 months at an ATO:

 

 

Commercial Pilot Licence – CPL

 

Commercial Pilot Licence permits the holder to act as a pilot-in-command or co-pilot engaged in operations other than commercial air transport or act as pilot-in-command in commercial air transport of any single-pilot aircraft (under specified restrictions) or act as co-pilot in commercial air transport (under specified restrictions). Any CPL holder can exercise all the privileges of the LAPL and PPL licence.
Course Quality: Pilot courses organized by FLY LEVEL are certified and approved by the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority, are internationally recognized and accepted by all European Aviation Safety Agency member states and by all the states that recognize and accept EASA provisions and regulations.

 

Admission Requirements

 

An applicant for a CPL licence, shall meet the following entry requirements:

 

Before commencing the flight training the applicant shall:

 

Theoretical Course

 

A theoretical course for CPL license shall comprise a minimum of 250 hours of instruction.
We organize theory distance learning, but at least 10% of the 250 hours will be organized in class.

 

Syllabus of the theoretical subject:

 

After passing a final exam on each subject at ground school, minimum passing grade is 75%, students will be able to attend the theoretical exams at the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority for licensing and grating the privileges of a CPL license.

 

Practical  Training

 

Flight training will take place on one of the following aerodromes:

  1. Baneasa Aurel Vlaicu International Airport, Bucharest, Romania;
  2. Iasi, Iasi County, Romania;
  3. Chisinau International Airport, Republic of Moldova.

 

After the completion of the flight training and gaining the relevant experience requirements the applicant shall take the CPL skill test on either single-engine or multi-engine aeroplane.

 

 

Airline Transport Pilot Licence – ATPL

 

The aim of the ATPL(A) modular flying training course is to train pilots who have not received the theoretical knowledge instruction during an integrated course to the level of theoretical knowledge required for the ATPL.

 

An ATPL holder will have the following privileges, within the appropriate aircraft category, to:

 

Prerequisites

 

Applicants for ATPL(A) shall hold:

 

Pre-entry requirements

 

Shall hold:

 

Training course and theoretical knowledge examinations

 

Applicants for ATPL license shall have completed a training course at an ATO.

Applicants for an ATPL shall demonstrate a level of knowledge appropriate to the privileges granted in the following subjects:

 

Experience Requirements

 

Applicants for an ATPL(A) who complete their theoretical knowledge instruction at a modular course shall hold at least a PPL(A) issued in accordance with Annex 1 to the Chicago convention; and complete at least the following hours of theoretical knowledge instruction:

 

Airbus A320 Type rating course

 

The aim of the Type Rating course is to train pilots to operate proficiently as Captain or Co-Pilot on the Airbus A320 Family. The course is intended for:

 

Pre-entry requirements

 

An applicant for a type rating certificate shall be at least 21 years old.

 

Commanders:

  1. ATPL(A) license;
  2. Minimum 2500 hours, total flight experience;
  3. Minimum 1500 hours, experience on multi-pilot aeroplanes;
  4. 500 hours, experience as Commander on multi-pilot aeroplanes;
  5. Commander course;
  6. Jet orientation course.

 

Co-pilots:

  1. CPL(A) license with multi-engine Instrument Rating (theoretical credit for ATPL is required);
  2. Having a type rating on a multi-pilot aeroplane and valid IR;
  3. Jet orientation course;
  4. Additional simulator sessions may be required.

 

Co-pilots for the first type rating on multi-pilot aeroplane:

  1. CPL License with multi-engine Instrument Rating (theoretical credit for ATPL is required);
  2. Hold a certificate of satisfactory completion of multi-crew cooperation course (MCC);
  3. Have passed the ATPL theoretical knowledge exams;
  4. Minimum 70 hours of Pilot in Command on aeroplanes;
  5. Jet orientation course;
  6. Additional simulator sessions may be required.

 

 

CLASS RATING INSTRUCTOR – CRI(A)

 

The training course is designed to give adequate training to the applicant in theoretical knowledge instruction, flight instruction and synthetic flight instruction to instruct for any class or type rating for non-complex non-high performance single pilot aeroplanes for which applicant is qualified.

 

Prerequisites

 

An applicant for a CRI certificate shall have completed at least:

 

For multi-engine aeroplanes:

 

For single-engine aeroplanes:

 

Training Course

 

The training course consist of 3 parts:

  1. This part shall include at least 25 hours of teaching and learning instruction;
  2. Technical training, including revision of technical knowledge, the preparation of lesson plans and the development of classroom/simulator instructional skills. The ground training consists of 10 hours of classroom work to develop the applicant’s ability to teach a student the knowledge and understanding required for the air exercise section.
  3. Flight Instruction. The purpose of this part is to acquaint the applicant with the teaching aspects of the operational procedures and handling of an aeroplane. This part includes:

 

 

Flight Instructor – FI(A)

 

The aim of the course is to train aircraft license holders to the level of competency so they could conduct flight instruction for the issue, revalidation or renewal of different qualifications.

 

Prerequisites

 

An applicant for an FI certificate shall:

 

In the case for an FI certificate shall:

Additionally, for the FI(A):

 

Training Course

 

The training course consists of two parts:

  1. theoretical knowledge, including the teaching and learning instruction that should comply with current regulations;
  2. flight instruction.

 

The FI(A) training course shall include:

 

 

A320 Type rating instructor – TRI

 

The TRI course is designed to give the instructor trainee a good knowledge of the fundamentals of Teaching and Learning, to create a realistic training environment and to develop their teaching skills and simultaneously take into account pilots with different backgrounds. The aim is to create the best conditions for training future instructors on the respective aircraft type.

 

Prerequisites

 

An applicant for a TRI certificate shall:

 

a) Hold a CPL, MPL or ATPL pilot license on the applicable aircraft category;

b) For a TRI(MPA) certificate:

c) For TRI(SPA) certificate:

 

The training course consists of three parts:

  1. 25 hours of Teaching and learning;
  2. 10 hours of Technical theoretical knowledge instruction;
  3. Flight instruction which consists of 5 hours of flight instruction on appropriate aircraft or simulator representing that aircraft for single-pilot aircraft and 10 hours for multi-pilot aircraft or simulator representing that aircraft.

 

Class and Type ratings

 

The aim of this course is to provide the applicant with sufficient theoretical and practical knowledge to act as pilot on the class or type of aircraft specified in the rating.

 

Experience requirements and prerequisites for the issue of class or type ratings

 

Single-pilot aeroplanes:

 

The course consists of the following two parts: theoretical training with a duration of 7 hours for SE and ME aircrafts; 25 hours for SET (single engine turboprop aircraft) and the practical training with consists of 6 hours for SEP land ( single engine piston aeroplane); 6 hours for MEP (multi engine piston aeroplane) and 11 hours for SET.

 

 

Contact Information

 

If you need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us:
Bucharest, Romania: email: office@flylevel.aero / telephone: + 40 213 190 143
Chisinau, Republic of Moldova: e-mail: info@flylevel.aero / mobile: + 373 79 474 653 / + 40 740 097 097 .

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