PPL with Helispin


The Helicopter Private Pilot License PPL (H) is the first pilot license for the European civil rotorcraft.

It allows you to fly over the country and abroad, empowered by the voice in English, carrying paying passengers. The minimum age to start a training course, aimed at achieving, is 16 years, subject to the completion of the 17th year, you can take the exam ENAC.

For minors must obviously the consent of the person exercising parental authority or guardianship. To access the Helispin course, you must undergo a medical examination for the ‘suitability of psychophysics, at the Medical Legal Institute of the Air Force. The booking of the visit will be made by the Helispin, which will inform the candidate about practices. Obtained the fitness he will be able to enroll PPL (H) at the Helispin flight school and become officially a student: so will the training procedure with the instructor. The minimal training provided to support the Ministerial Examination of theoretical and practical for rotary wing flight is 45 hours, divided into 35 hours Dual Control with Instructor (DC) and 10 hours from Solo Pilot (SP).

The practical lessons are fully customizable: the student will agree directly with your Helispin instructor on the day and time of flight missions, which begin with a pre-flight briefing and end with a debriefing. The theoretical Helispin course, whose cyclical nature allows the insertion of a new student at any time, will be organized in the evening group lessons at the Helispin's classrooms. The actual period of theoretical and practical course varies from six to twelve months. After passing the exam, the student will be issued by the Civil Aviation Authority – Member of the Joint Aviation Authorities – the Private Pilot License Helicopter. The type of aircraft used by Helispin is the Robinson R22 Beta helicopter world’s best selling and most widely used for educational purposes, defined for this the World’s Helicopter Classroom.

11/06/2013


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