The Light Aircraft Pilot's Licence, LAPL, has been introduced as a recreational/sport licence which can be attained within less flying time than a PPL, and to less rigorous medical standards.
The course consists of a minimum of 30 hours training and then a skills test. Of the 30 hours training, 24 hours will be dual. 6 hours will be supervised solo, including 3 hours of solo cross-country flight time. It is offered at Goodwood on the Cessna 172 and essentially permits its holders to fly EASA aircraft weighing under 2000kg and with no more than three passengers in addition to the pilot. There are 9 ground examinations as per the PPL syllabus.
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