Light Airplane Pilot Licence
The course main objective is to train a student pilot to the level required in order to achieve the LAPL (Light airplane pilot licence). To fly an airplane registered in a certain EU country an endorsement from the registering country authority is required.
LAPL holders can fly as PIC (Pilot in Command), without remuneration, single engine piston airplanes with a maximum take off weight of 2.000kg or less, carrying up to 3 passengers for a maximum of 4 people on board.
The applicant for LAPL shall:
- Be at least 17 years old
- Hold a valid 1st or 2nd or LAPL medical class certificate
- 100 hours of classroom
- 30 flight hours
Aeroclub membership and one year valid membership fee
Airport security training and permission to entry for one person
Fly with us
At Ancona's Aeroclub you can fly with one of our flight instructor for 20 minutes for as little as 70.00€
If you choose us for one of our courses you will receive a credit of 70.00€ back