Guidance for applicants
The EASA PPL(A) allows you to fly EASA Aeroplanes registered in the EU and non-EASA Aeroplanes registered in the UK provided that you maintain a valid medical certificate and ratings.
You can fly, on an unpaid basis only, as a Pilot in Command (PIC) or co-pilot on non-commercial aeroplane or TMG flights.
Holders with instructor or examiner privileges can be paid for providing instruction for LAPL(A) or PPL(A) licences.
You must be at least 17 years old and have completed an approved PPL(A) training course at an Approved Training Organisation (ATO).