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.
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 License extends the privileges of a PPL or CPL and allows you to pilot aircraft with more than one engine.
MEL is a necessary step for any pilot who wants a career at one of the airlines.
A commercial pilot licence permits the holder to act as a pilot of an aircraft and be paid for his/her work.
Flight Instructor and Flight Instrument Instructor License will allow you to train future aspiring pilots.
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