The pilot of a small aircraft
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The pilot of a small aircraft

The pilot of a small aircraft

 

 

 Private aircraft flying licenses are very common in the United States of America and in some other countries. PPL (Private Pilot License), which translates as "private pilot's license", entitles the owner to piloting aircraft of different types (the type is determined by the type of license and, accordingly, the degree of training). However, regardless of the type of aircraft, private licenses do not qualify for commercial travel.

 

The pilot of a small aircraft license

 

Our situation looks the same. In general, certification of individuals takes place in the field of so-called small aircraft. We are talking about the aircraft short takeoff and landing (abbreviated SUUP). 

Courses for amateur pilots have existed for a long time - even in Soviet times - but only revenue growth of citizens and a real opportunity to purchase their own use of a small aircraft that stimulated the interest and excitement, observed in recent years. Therefore, today more and more people in our country are wondering: what does it take to get a license, "the pilot of small aircraft." For this there are special courses, which necessarily consist of a theoretical part and flight training (necessary minimum of 42 hours).

Contrary to the prevailing stereotype, super profits are not needed to purchase and maintain a private jet. The plane costs about like a VIP brand car. The aircraft can be rented; it is not at all necessary to acquire it permanently.  

The pilot of a small aircraft

Small aircraft are governed by federal laws and flight regulations. You can only fly in certain places without a permit. Flights in other air zones must be coordinated with the relevant services. The legislative and permissive base is constantly improving: today, a private flight, say, to the Black Sea does not look so fantastic. 

Small aircraft also attracts women: the representatives of the weaker sex also dream to sit at the helm and try themselves as a pilot. An accomplished small aviation pilot can continue training: to learn even some aerobatics, or to qualify as a commercial aviation pilot. 

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