The EASA PPL is a European licence which allows you to fly an aircraft in reasonable weather.
The National Private Pilot Licence is the UK's own Pilot Licence. Although this licence is similar to the Private Pilot Licence, the NPPL has some additional restrictions.
The Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) is required before a pilot can receive any remuneration for the flying that they undertake.
The IMC Rating enables pilots to fly in reduced visibility, in or above cloud and out of sight of the surface.
The night qualification enables you to fly in VFR conditions during the hours of darkness. It can be invaluable if your flight has been delayed, making your planned destination unattainable during daylight.
At Flynqy Pilot Training our Instructors can help you to renew or re-validate the ratings that form part of your licence.
This course will give you the skills and confidence to take the controls of an aircraft and save the day if your pilot becomes incapacitated.