An introductory flight will tell you whether flying is the thing for you. After a sample lesson it will be easier for you to make up your mind.
Liina RätsepAfter graduating from flying school, Liina started working with the Police and Border Guard Board Flight Squadron. There she flew an L-410 for three years. At the same time she started lecturing in flying theory to private pilots and later conducting flight classes. Since summer 2014 she has flown as a co-pilot with airBaltic. Her plane type is a turbo-prop Bombardier Dash-8.
A private pilot has the right to operate as a captain or co-pilot on non-commercial flights in helicopters complying with the type rating indicated on the permit. The initial licence permits you to fly during the day in visual flight conditions in piston-model single-engine helicopters, which are classified as single-pilot aircraft (e.g. the Robinson 22, […]
Instrument flight training consists of a minimum of 50 flight hours, which are conducted pursuant to instrument flight rules. Prerequisites for course: a valid PPL licence with an NQ (night flight) rating or an ATPL licence in any other plane category or a CPL licence in the same plane category and a valid medical certificate […]
Night rating means that you can fly after sunset in VFR conditions. Prerequisites for course: a PPL(A) licence; and a valid SEP(A) or MEP(A) Land rating. VFR flights can be conducted only if the cloud base is no less than 2000 ft and horizontal visibility is at least 8 km.