Private Pilot Licence (PPL)

Private Pilot Licence (PPL) from Discovery Aviation Academy

By: Discovery Aviation Academy  16-05-2012
Keywords: Pilot Training, Flight Training School, Recreational Pilot

The Private Pilot Licence (PPL) program is designed for those who want to fly recreationally, without the restrictions of the Recreational Pilot Permit. It is also a prerequisite for those wanting to pursue a Commercial Pilot Licence toward a pilot career.

Keywords: Aviation Schools, Flight Training School, Pilot Flight Training, Pilot Training, Recreational Pilot,

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