LIGHT AIRCRAFT PILOT'S LICENCE - LAPL(H)

Less demanding, just as much fun - the Light Aircraft Pilot's Licence

Central Helicopters is authorised to provide pilot training for the Light Aircraft Pilot’s Licence LAPL(H), the requirements of which are not as demanding as the PPL(H).

With a less stringent medical requirement (a “Part-Med”), this licence is valid within the EU for helicopters of less than 2,000 kg maximum take-off weight and carrying no more than three passengers. It is forbidden to earn money with an LAPL(H) – including aerial work and flight instruction.

 

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LIGHT AIRCRAFT PILOT'S LICENCE ESSENTIALS

  • The mandatory minimum flight hours for the issue of an LAPL(H) is 40, of which 35 hours must be aboard the helicopter the final test is taken in, 20 must be dual-instruction and 10 supervised solo time.
  • Of these 10 solo hours, five must be navigational training, including an exercise of at least 80 nautical miles.
  • On completion of all the flight training, you will be required to pass a skills test with a flight examiner, as well as nine theory exams.

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