What does one have to do to get a National Private Pilot's Licence (Microlight Rating)?

To qualify for a National Private Pilot’s Licence Microlight Rating you will require to:

  • Have a minimum of 25 hours flying instruction at a microlight school. 10 hours of which must be solo – i.e. on your lonesome, so Rosie has to know you will bring her aircraft back!
  • Pass 5 multi-choice ground exams: Aviation Law, HPL, Meteorology, Aeroplanes-Part One and Navigation.
  • Pass the General Skills Test at the end of the course.
  • Informative explanation - BMAA licensed flying

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