Stay Sharp & Current in Your Profession
What pilots go through to stay sharp and current in their profession? Recurrent training!
Recurrent training is a process that all pilots go through to maintain their flying qualifications and stay up to date on the latest safety regulations and procedures.
It involves a combination of ground school courses, simulator time, and actual flight time. In this blog post, we’ll explore what pilot recurrent training entails and why it’s so important for pilots to stay on top of their training. So if you’re curious about our recurrent training program and what it takes to be a successful pilot, keep scrolling!
Package Recurrent Training
Are you a pilot looking to stay up to date on the latest industry regulations and practices?
Are you looking for a comprehensive recurrent training package that is tailored to your individual needs?
If so, then look no further! Our Pilot Recurrent Training Package is designed to help pilots stay ahead of the curve, with a comprehensive set of courses and resources that will ensure you are up to date on the latest regulations and best practices.
From simulator-based training to online courses and webinars, our package has everything you need to stay current and compliant. With our team of certified instructors and experienced pilots, you can trust that you are getting the best training available.
So don’t delay – sign up for our Pilot Recurrent Training Package today!
Are you interested in becoming a sport pilot? If so, then you may be wondering what the process entails. The first step is to attend a ground school class. This class will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to pass the DGCA written exam and obtain your Sport Pilot License. Ground school is the initial period in pilot school where you will learn the basic theories that you will need as a pilot later.
Duration of ground school: 1 – 4 months
Training requirements for a sport pilot certificate with airplane category —
A minimum of 20 hours flight time including: 15 hours of flight training from an authorized instructor. 5 hours solo flight.
Flight training must include at least: 2 hours cross-country flight training. 10 takeoffs and landings to a full stop.
One solo cross-country flight of at least 75 nautical miles total distance with a full-stop landing at a minimum of two points and one segment of the flight consisting of a straight-line distance of at least 25 nautical miles between takeoff and landing locations. 3 hours flight training in preparation for the practical test.
Sport Pilot License
The Sport Pilot License is the first license you will get before you are allowed to fly. The requirement to get an SPL is to pass the ground school test and an English language test (TOEIC) of at least 400.
It’s the perfect way for aspiring pilots to get their feet off the ground and get some hands-on experience in the air. In this article, we’ll be covering everything you need to know about getting your first Student Pilot License – from the requirements to the process and more. So, if you’re ready to take your aviation dreams to the next level, let’s get started!
We are currently accepting new members! Please reach out with any questions about the club. We would be happy to set up a meeting with you to see our facilities and aircraft!
Recurrent Training Packages
- Flexible Training Schedule
- Recurrent Training Syllabus
- Flight Review
- Rusty Pilot Indonesia Membership