We have only new and modern aircraft with great equipment
We take the same professional approach to UL pilot training as if you were doing it on a large aircraft, like Cessna or Cirrus.
Today’s UL aircraft are often more powerful and faster, and therefore the skill and experience requirements for a UL pilot are as demanding as for the pilot of a large aircraft. So we take the training for UL aircraft as responsibly as we do with general aviation aircraft. And you’ll gain many quality piloting habits and a high level of safety for your solo flying.
Make your dream come true
A great choice for those who want to start flying modern UL aircraft at very low prices, with a maximum of 2 people, for their personal use and fun. Ideal pilot’s license for your private and business trips in the Czech Republic and Europe.
New and modern aircraft
Today’s UL airplanes are no longer made in a garage out of aluminium tubing and covered in canvas. Our school only flies factory-built aircraft from the world´s best manufacturers. Today’s UL aircraft surpass the General Aviation ones in many ways, especially in speed, cockpit equipment (screens, autopilots) while maintaining the same safety.
We have only new and modern aircraft with great equipment. The planes are equipped with screen systems, autopilot, and a rescue parachute system for your safety. You will love it :-)
There is nothing more beautiful than deciding and taking a trip tomorrow to Croatia, Vienna or “just” a weekend in the Alps or skiing in the Tatras. Air travel has its own charm and most importantly: it’s achievable and very affordable today.
We are one of the few schools that can provide full ULL(A) pilot training on aircraft equipped with
a parachute rescue system.
It is not a problem to rent for the whole day or for more days with hangaring outside Letňany. We are one of the few schools where it is not a problem to rent a UL plane for longer trips. Our students rent planes after training for their trips across Czech Republic or journeys all across the Europe or business trips.
People are the most valuable thing we have.
You can start the pilot training at any time.
We fly even during the winter season. We look forward to seeing you…
Prices are exclusive of 21 % VAT and landing fees. The number of hours in training is given as the minimum required by the syllabus. Most students need approximately 30 hours of flying to complete the training. The number of instructor hours depends on the extent to which you prepare for the lessons independently according to the training syllabus. The average cost of landing fees for training is approximately 766 €. You pay for training in increments as you fly. We will give you a 5 % discount if you pay for the whole training in advance. After the training, you can rent aircraft at discounted prices.
Book a demo flight
Come and experience what it is like to fly a plane and how the training is running. We will answer your questions about aircraft and training and fly the aircraft for 30 minutes. You will see if piloting an aircraft meets your expectations and if flying is really right for you.
We train pilots of ultralight aircraft on the most modern aircraft, which have a comfortable cockpit and advanced avionics. We offer the possibility to focus your training on foreign flights so that you can gain this experience during your training. If you are interested, we will plan several trips across Europe as a part of your training.
Nothing else is required to start the training as a pilot of a UL aircraft apart from this requirement.
Gradually during the course of the training it is necessary to obtain:
The training schedule is determined by you, according to your time and financial possibilities. Ideally you should find time at least 1 - 2 times a week. We always adapt the flying schedule to your requirements.
The training curriculum requires a minimum of 20 hours of flying and 50 hours of theoretical training.
Most student pilots need about 30 hours of flying with an instructor for this training before they are fully confident to fly solo.
In this basic pilot course we will explain the elementary knowledge. You can start the practical training on the aircraft immediately and take this course during the practical training, which in many cases is recommended because you already have an idea of what the individual lectures are about.
At the end of the training you will take a theory test on the following subjects:
You can access the questions as part of our theory course or you can also order them separately.
You can start training on the aircraft immediately and complete the entire pilot theory course while flying.
If you are already a PPL holder, then obtaining a UL pilot licence is only to the extent of transition training for a UL aircraft and passing theoretical and practical exam with LAA inspector.
The pilot licence shall be renewed every 2 years. Renewal is based on:
If you cannot provide proof of the number of hours flown or your pilot license has been expired for more than 90 days your license will be renewed based on a flight with an inspector.
In order to renew your licence, you must have flown at least 12 hours in the 12 months prior to the expiry date:
Or, if you do not meet these requirements, you must complete a flight with a flight examiner 3 months prior to expiration.
The service is available on weekdays from 9 AM to 6 PM. If you don’t get through right away, count on us to call you back.
Prague Letňany Airport is located in the controlled airspace of Kbely and Ruzyně, so you will learn how to communicate and fly in these areas from the very beginning.
Pilot training in Prague Letňany is ideal for those who want to fly without restrictions throughout the Czech Republic or Europe after obtaining a pilot’s license.
We will answer your questions about the aircraft and training and fly you through the aircraft for 30 minutes. You will see if piloting the aircraft meets your expectations and if you want to continue your training.
In this course, you will learn all the necessary knowledge for a private pilot. The course lasts 7 days and is part of the preparation for the final pilot exam.