Recreational Pilot License

EXPERIENCE THE THRILL OF FLYING

The Recreational Pilot Permit (RPP) program will train students to fly single-engine, piston-powered and non-high performance airplanes designed with a maximum of four seats. An RPP can upgrade to a Private Pilot License which in turn can be upgraded to a Commercial Pilot License. Most students will require more than the minimum 25 hours of flight training to complete their RPP. Although ground school is not required, we suggest taking the Private Pilot Ground School course. The RPP is the most economic way to fly certified airplanes. *Training is also available in owner-aircraft.

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PRIVILEGES 

  • FLY FOR FUN!

  • FLY IN CANADA

  • ONE PASSENGER

  • DAY-TIME FLYING IN GOOD WEATHER

  • FLY CERTIFIED AIRPLANES, HOMEBUILTS OR ULTRALIGHTS WITH A MAXIMUM OF FOUR SEATS

  • EASY TO UPGRADE TO PRIVATE PILOT LICENSE 

 

PREREQUISITES 

  • 16 YEARS

  • CLASS 4 MEDICAL DECLARATION SIGNED BY YOUR FAMILY PHYSICIAN

 

KNOWLEDGE

  • THE PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL INSTRUCTION INCLUDES:

  • AIRLAW

  • METEOROLOGY

  • NAVIGATION

  • AERONAUTICAL GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

  • GROUND SCHOOL AVAILABLE IN CLASS, ONLINE OR TAILORED SUPERVISED HOME STUDY

  • YOU MUST PASS A WRITTEN EXAM WITH A PASS OF AT LEAST 60%

  • STUDY & REFERENCE GUIDE - RECREATIONAL PERMIT - AEROPLANE: Study and Reference Guide

 

EXPERIENCE 

  • YOU NEED A MINIMUM OF 25 HOURS OF FLIGHT TRAINING INCLUDING:

  • NOT LESS THAN 5 HOURS SOLO

  • AT LEAST 15 HOURS DUAL FLIGHT TIME WITH AN INSTRUCTOR

  • INCLUDING AT LEAST 2 HOURS X-COUNTRY TIME

 

 SKILL 

  • PASS A FLIGHT TEST TO ENSURE YOU MEET THE REQUIRED STANDARD OF SKILL

  • FLIGHT TEST GUIDE - RECREATIONAL PERMIT - AEROPLANE: Flight Test Guide

     

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PRICING + TIMES

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These prices + times are approximates. Times to complete are different for each student.