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LAPL - Light Sport Aircraft License


License Training LAPL

The training follows the rules of Part-FCL (EASA) 
You will obtain a

EASA Light Aircraft Pilot Licence for Aeroplanes – LAPL(A),
valid in all  European Countries.

With a European registered Aircraft you can fly anywhere in Europe - outside Europe, this license is not valid.

And can not be converted to licences outside of Europe.

LAPL training is individual training
we can organize your training according your requirements. You can do the entire training in one visit, or you can do the training in several visits.

LAPL — Privileges and conditions  
The privileges of the holder of an LAPL(A) are to act without remuneration as PIC in non-commercial operations on aeroplanes.

Privileges and conditions  
The privileges of the holder of an LAPL for aeroplanes are to act as PIC on singleengine piston aeroplanes-land or TMG with a maximum certificated take-off mass of 2000 kg or less, carrying a maximum of 3 passengers, such that there are never more than 4 persons on board of the aircraft.

Holders of an LAPL(A) shall only carry passengers once they have completed 10 hours of flight time as PIC on aeroplanes or TMG after the issuance of the licence.

Difference form PPL to LAPL

the major difference for Pilots, will be the reduced training for the license.
Instead of 45 h required training you need as a minimum only 30 h of training.
There are several parts of the PPL training, like Radio Navigation are not included in the LAPL training.
We consider this training as a very minimal training to fly Aircrafts up to 2000kg.
From more than 10 years of experience of PPL training we suggest future Pilots to train for the PPL, to get popper skills, because -
Flying is Experience!! and 30 h, is in our consideration the very lower limit!

Our highly qualified instructors will guide you through the entire training. The flight training will be done in the in southern Spain, Andalusia, Jerez the place in Europe with the best weather all over the year. 1‐to‐1 flight training, and theory in small groups (limited to a maximum of 5 students) 

We provide high‐quality flight training To the latest EASA standards Professional, approachable, forward‐thinking staff International, multi‐cultural atmosphere ‐ our students come from all over the world.


Credits for holding other licences towards the PPL training

Applicants holding a pilot licence for another category of aircraft, with the exception of balloons, shall be credited with 10 % of their total flight time as PIC on such aircraft up to a maximum of 10 hours.

For example holding a 

  • Micro-Light licence
  • Helicopter Licence..... and so on



You can start the flight training before you reach 16 years.

The first solo flight can be completed at 16 years.

The skills test for the licence can be completed at 17 years.


you will need only a reduced medical - for the LAPL

see the specification for this, according the CAA-UK

see PDF...->

you also can use a  medical class 2 (or class 1)



We do all the training in English.

A good level of English is required before training commences.

Language Provicency

According the regulations, you have to have an English language proficiency.

The test can be completed with us.

Radio Telephony License

To fly an aircraft in Europe every pilot has to have a Radio license (RT).

You can complete the RT license with us. 

Training Authority

The LAPL licence will be issued by an EASA authority, depending on where you do your medical and theory exams. 

We also can do your license under UK CAA.

Upgrade from LAPL (EASA) to a full PPL (EASA)

Specific requirements for applicants holding an LAPL(A).
Applicants for a PPL (A) holding an LAPL(A) shall have completed at least 15 hours of flight time on aeroplanes after the issue of the LAPL (A), of which at least 10 shall be flight instruction completed in a training course at an ATO. 

Required Training

To get the PPL you need to complete:

  • 10 h of flight training
  • Skill test on level of PPL A

In an approved training organisation ATO

More requirements

  • Medical class 2
  • RT - licence
  • LP - min. level 4

Same requirements as for the normal PPL training

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Correo a: Fly-in-spain

Teléfono: 0034- 956 18 57 12

Qué pasa: 0034-69 03 03 061


Estamos certificados por:

CAA Malta

Estamos certificados por EASA directamente y puede realizar todo su entrenamiento de vuelo con nosotros, desde todos los países de EASA.



puede realizar todas las pruebas de habilidad y LPC con nosotros, como titular de cualquier licencia/habilitación de todos los países de EASA