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In order to comply with new legislation requirements under EASA, a new PPL theoretical examination syllabus is being introduced by the UK CAA.
The app contains 100's of questions to help aid and pass your ground school exams. All questions are available in app with NO internet connection required.
Training for licences or ratings
There are a number of training requirements that applicants must complete relating to the type of licence or rating being applied for. They include elements of the following:
Theoretical knowledge exams
As part of the requirements for any EASA licence, you will need to complete theoretical knowledge exams. Which exams you will need to take will depend on the licence and aircraft type you are applying for.
Learning to fly an aeroplane or helicopter can be one the most enjoyable and rewarding goals that a person can achieve in their adult life.
The process from start to finish is full of new discoveries and exciting challenges. 'Finish' is perhaps the wrong word since the learning never ends. Even if, having qualified, the new pilot decides not to pursue any other form of licensing or certification there is always something new to learn and the wise pilot should never be complacent or over confident.
Learning to fly requires diligence, patience, courage, humility and a thirst for knowledge. As well as they practical aspects of handling the aircraft the student pilot must learn to navigate, interpret weather forecasts for local airfields, intended routes and destinations, plan flights taking into account passengers, baggage, and fuel, and ensure that they he/she is and the aircraft are operating with the Law.
This App is the perfect companion for progression through the ground school examination.
You will find extensive access to our exam database cover all the following areas.
The ground school or theory subjects are:
* Aircraft General Knowledge and Principles of Flight
* Aviation Law and Operational Procedures
* Flight Performance and Planning
* Human Performance and Limitations
* Navigation and Radio Aids
* Radio Communications
- June 16, 2019 Initial release