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PPL is regarded as a “recreational license” that allows the holder to fly as Pilot (PIC) or Co-pilot in noncommercial flight.
The Private Pilot License is the first step towards becoming a professional pilot.
Night Rating allows you to fly during night time in Visual Meteorological Conditions.
NR is a requirement for Instrument Rating and Commercial Pilot License.
Instrument Rating allows you to fly in any kind of weather including low visibility weather conditions or in clouds and even above.
IR is a must for professional airline pilotsInstrument Rating is required by all airlines prior to recruitment.
Multi-Engine Piston rating extends the privileges of a PPL or CPL and allows you to pilot aircraft with more than one engine.
MEP is a necessary step for any pilot who wants a career at one of the airlines.
Flight Instructor and Flight Instrument Instructor License will allow you to train future aspiring pilots.
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