Pre-Entry Requirements

The minimum age to start this training is 17.​


The Aim of the Course

The aim of the PPL course is to train the student pilot to act as a Pilot-in-command (PIC) under Visual Flight Rules.​

Flight Training

The EASA PPL(A) course consists of
45 hours of flight instruction, comprising:
35 hours dual instruction
10 hours supervised solo flight time, including
5 hours of solo cross-country - flight time with at least 1 cross-country flight of at least 270km (150nm),
with full stop landings at 2 aerodromes different from the aerodrome of departure

EASA PPL(A) Skill Test The Skill Test is in addition to the course syllabus hours

Theoretical Training

Students are enrolling this course should complete 9 theoretical suvjects covering various fields of aviation: Aircraft General Knowledge Principles of Flight Communication Meteorology Navigation Flight Performance and Planning Air Law and ATC Procedures Operational Procedures Human Performance


The Time Scale

At the begining of the training all student pilot receives a customized schedule.
Flight instructors are constanltly monitoring the training progress. The exercises might be merged.


Training Aircrafts

The Cessna 150/152 is a two-seat tricycle gear general aviation airplane that was designed for flight training, touring and personal use. Multifly has more than 12 C150/152 at it`s fleet.

Engine - O-200 Continental
Type: Four-cylinder air-cooled horizontally opposed piston engine
Valvetrain: Hydraulic lifters, two pushrod-actuated valves—one intake, one exhaust—per cylinder
Fuel system: Updraft carburetor with manual mixture control
Fuel type: 80/87 avgas minimum
Oil system: 6 US quart (5.7 L), wet sump
Cooling system: Air-cooled
Power output: 100 hp (75 kW)


Practical Examination (Check-Ride)

During the training course there are various check-rides should be completed with a supervising instructor in order to start the next consecutive section. For example, prior the first solo exercise when the student completes at least 3 take-offs and landings with the training aircraft alone, a check-ride should be completed. At the end of the training in order to obtain the Private Pilot License, the applicants should fly a check-ride with a Flight Examiner appointed by the Hungarian Civil Aviation Authority. Once the check-ride is successfully passed the applicant is ready to receive the pilot’s license.

Theoretical Knowledge Examination

The prescribed subjects might be completed through self-study. Students should undergo an examination process at the Hungarian Civil Aviation Authority to receive a theoretical certificate required for the completion of the PPL(A) training course.