What does Part FCL mean?

What does Part FCL mean?

Private Pilot’s Licence
The Part-FCL PPL(A) allows you to fly EASA aeroplanes registered in the EU and non-EASA aeroplanes registered in the UK provided that you maintain a valid medical certificate and necessary ratings.

How do I renew my SEP rating?

To revalidate the rating you must complete the following:

  1. Pass a proficiency check in a single-engine (single-pilot) aeroplane with an examiner.
  2. 12 hours of flight time in single-engine (single-pilot) aeroplane within the 12 months preceding the rating’s expiry date, including the following:

What is Iatra?

Type Rating for Two Crew Aeroplane (IATRA) The Type Rating for Two Crew Aeroplanes (IATRA) is a written examination that entitles the holder of a Commercial Pilot Licence to act as co-pilot of a multi-crew aircraft.

What are Picus hours?

Made up of at least 10 hours as PIC and the additional flight time as PIC under supervision (PICUS). A pilot may not credit flight time recorded as pilot-in-command under supervision (PIC/US) towards the flight time experience requirements for an airline transport pilot licence.

How long is EASA ATPL valid for?

How long are valid the ATPL exams. Once you completed your ATPL exams, it will be valid for 36 months for passing your Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) and your Instrument Rating (IR).

What is a Part 21 aircraft?

Part 21 aircraft are what used to be known as ‘EASA aircraft’ and include most popular type certificated aircraft such as Cessna, Piper, Cirrus and Diamond. The exemption lasts until the end of June 2021 but before that expires, legislation for a permanent change will be introduced.

How long is a SEP valid for?

two years
The SEP Rating remains valid for two years. Before expiry, it can be re-validated by: Experience: In the second year of its validity 12 hours of flight time in SEP aircraft.

How long does Sep rating last?

2 years
The rating is valid for 2 years from the date when you pass the SEP skills test.

What is a pilot salary?

102,520 USD (2015)
Airline Pilot/Median pay (annual)

What can you do with a ATPL license?

If you hold an ATPL you can, in the appropriate aircraft category:

  • exercise all the privileges of the holder of a LAPL, PPL and CPL.
  • act as pilot in command (PIC) of aircraft flown for commercial air transport operations.

How many hours do you need to unfreeze Atpl?

1500 hours
An EASA ATPL ‘unfreezes’ once you have successfully flown and logged 1500 hours.

When can I log Picus?

PICus (Pilot-in-Command Under Supervision) can be logged when a pilot, after successful completion of a flight test on the aircraft, is conducting command tasks while under supervision of a training captain or instructor.