Your NPL (National Pilot License) has 3 Categories
- LSA (Light Sport Aircraft)
- CCM ( Conventional Microlight)
- WCM (Weightshift Control Microlight)
In order to obtain your (Weight Shift Controlled) Microlight pilot’s license, you require:
- A minimum of 25 flying hours, divided into 10 hours dual and 15 solo. The majority of student pilots require several more hours, both dual and solo, to achieve the high level of safety and competency that Rosslyn Microflyers demands of its students.
- 1 Dual Cross Country flight, no less than 90 minutes. (Containing at least 3 legs)
- 1 Solo Cross Country flight, no less than 90 minutes. (Containing at least 3 legs)
- Skills test not less than 60 min with Grade A or B instructor which includes;
Navigation skills test not less than 90 minutes which includes 1 full stop landing at a point other than point of departure.
- Radio course, and the relevant license.
- Theory course (covering the eight aviation subjects & exams).
- Class 4 medical certificate.
- Flight books.