Licenses & Ratings

Light Aircraft Pilot License LAPL

The Light Aircraft Pilot License (LAPL) is designed for those who would like to enjoy the thrill of flying. Whether you wish to fly your loved ones through the clear blue skies, over the beautiful countryside or take them somewhere nice for lunch. Once you have your LAPL license the possibilities are endless!

The privileges of the holder of a LAPL for airplanes are to act as Pilot in command (PIC) on single engine piston airplanes with a maximum certificated take-off mass of 2000 kg or less, carrying a maximum of 3 passengers, such that there are never more than 4 persons on board of the aircraft.

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Private Pilot License PPL(A)

Private Pilot License PPL (A) entitles you to act as a pilot-in-command (PIC) of any private aircraft or private powered gliders, registered in all European Union countries. The PPL is initially granted only for flying single-engine airplanes during daylight and in visual meteorological conditions (VMC). To acquire a PPL in Poland you must train at a Polish Aviation Authority-certified flight training organization, such as Aero Poznań.

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Night Rating

Designed to train students to fly safely and accurately at night under visual meteorological conditions (VMC), Night Rating certification is a great addition to your license should you be delayed by weather or for any other reason. Your training will provide you with the necessary skills to fly at night including visual navigation, navigation by ground-based aids (NDB/VOR) and GPS, operating the aircraft in the circuit and ground handling. This course typically run on a one-to-one basis and is designed to fit into both your schedule and budget constraints. To learn more, please contact us.

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Instrument Rating IR(A)

Instrument rating is the biggest “next thing” in any pilot’s career. When done back-to-back with PPL (A) training it enormously enhances flying safety and the usability of your aircraft. IR courses at Aero Poznań is very special. Designed to enable general aviation pilots to get the most out of their training and achieve the goal in their own pace, it can be completed in less than three months, starting from the very beginning. For in-air training, Aero Poznań offers brand new Cirrus SR22s equipped with Cirrus Perspective by Garmin avionics and certified for flight into known icing conditions.

We have all the features necessary to provide top-notch all-season training. Typically, one-to-one, this course is designed to fit both your schedule and budget.

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Enroute Instrument Rating EIR

The EASA Enroute IR (EIR) allows holders to fly as pilot-in-command in IMC (Instrument Meteorological Conditions) inside controlled airspace. Adding this qualification to a PPL(A) makes flight planning and monitoring easier. If you want to fully use your aircraft as a comfortable and fast means of transportation without fighting bad weather or becoming an expert at restricted areas, EIR is a perfect choice. It is also the first step to a full IR qualification.

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FAA to EASA IR conversion

FAA IR to EASA IR conversion no longer requires the EASA theory exams as long as you have 50 hours PIC under IFR operations.

There is no mandatory training required however it is recommended.

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