PPL (H) License private pilot (helicopter). This license is a qualification that allows to act without remuneration as pilot in command or co-pilot in helicopters used for non-commercial activities. The PPL license is the most common in general aviation.
002- PACK PPL (H)
Pack in which all the subjects of this Private Pilot License PPL (H) are included.
091- VFR Communications 2019
010- Air Law 2019
021+022- General Knowledge of the Aircraft 2019
040- Human Limitations 2019
031+034+033- Mass and Balance, Performance and Flight Planning 2019
061- General Navigation 2019
082- Principles of flight 2019
070- Operational Procedures 2019
050- Meteorology PPL (H)
The knowledge of Meterorology and Climatology is essential for flight. In this asigntura the future pilots are offered the basic knowledge that allows them to identify and explain the meteorological and climatological phenomena of greater importance for the aviation security.
010- Air Law PPL (H)
The Aeronautical Law can be defined as the set of principles and rules that order the conditions in which the airspace must be used by the aircraft and the services supporting the circulation through this space, as well as the legal relations that take place on the occasion of such activity.
021 + 022- General Knowledge of the Aircraft PPL (H)
The subject of General Knowledge of the Aircraft is one of the most extensive, where they teach the student pilot the multiple instruments and systems that are part of the aircraft and make it operate safely.
031 + 034 + 033- Loading and Centering + Performance and Planning PPL (H)
It is divided into three parts: the first, Loading and Centering, serves to know how to distribute the load inside our aircraft, and how it affects the performance of this. The second part, Performance, uses physical concepts to explain which are the best flight parameters during the various parts of it. The third, Planning, teaches us how to navigate with aeronautical charts.
082- Principles of Flight PPL (H)
The objective of the Flight Principles course is to try to explain a series of elementary concepts that allow us to understand how it is possible for a helicopter to remain in the air and what are all the forces that act in it.