To have completed at least 45 hours of flight
Total at least 25 flight hours in dual command,
and at least 10 supervised solo hours including at least
5 hours of cross-country flight.
Be 17 years old on the day of the exam to obtain the license
Having passed the medical check with a certified doctor
Successfully undergo the theoretical and practical
examinations provided for by decrees.
Discover the PPL(A) practical test program on DGAC website
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Pilots holding a PPL license
can fly all over France with
passengers, and even further if they master
Aviation English (FCL 055)!
It is important to remember that the PPL
is a private pilot license, this means that
you will not be able to fly for money.
On the other hand, you will have the right to share the flight costs
(fuel, plane rental, taxes, etc.)
with your passengers at strict cost price.