General requirements for all EASA licences

General requirements for all EASA licences

Regulations and requirements that apply to all EASA licences, including the LAPL and the PPL. You should familiarise yourself with this section first before you read the additional requirements for an individual licence

PPL, SPL, BPL

PPL, SPL, BPL

Additional requirements for the PPL, SPL and BPL, on top of the general requirements for all EASA licences. Find out about the PPL (A), PPL (H), PPL (As), SPL and BPL

LAPL

LAPL

Additional requirements for the LAPL, on top of the general requirements for all EASA licences. The LAPL is a simplified EASA licence for recreational flying in aeroplanes, helicopters, airships, sailplanes and balloons

Medical requirements

Medical requirements

An EASA pilot licence is only valid if you hold an EASA medical certificate. Medical requirements and how to apply

Ratings

Ratings

Ratings can be issued onto your licence to give you extra privileges. Regulations governing type and class ratings are set out in this section

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