LSA Licence – Light Sport Aircraft
- LSA is a 600kg (max.) Class of Fixed Wing Aircraft.
- They typically cruise at 100 –
120 mph / 160 – 190 kmh.
- It competes with many PPL Aircraft in Performance and Endurance
- NPL is a Recreational Licence for those who simply want to fly for their own enjoyment.
- It makes learning to fly much more affordable than PPL.
- Light Sport Aircraft are cheaper to fly than conventional aircraft.
- Older than 16 yrs (17 yrs to go Solo)
- Class 4 Medical Certificate
- You need to have a good command of the English Language
- Restricted Radio Licence
- 35 hrs (Minimum) Total Flying of which 15 hrs must be Solo
- Flight into Controlled Airspace
- Flight and Navigation Test
- 8 Theory Exams
- Principles of Flight
- Air Law
- Aircraft Technical
- Human Performance
- Type Specific LSA/CCM
- Radio Telephony
License Costs (School Aircraft)
License Costs (Own Aircraft)