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What are the steps to become a pilot?

There are different ways of becoming an airline pilot. However, the most common way is to start with a PPL (Private Pilot License). After that doing the CPL (Commercial Pilot License) and IFR (Instrument flight rules). In most countries, in order to get a full unfrozen ATPL Airline Transport Pilot License one need to have at lease 1,500 hour of experience in a aircraft.

What is PPL?

PPL stands for Private Pilot License and in most countries this allows to holder of the PPL to operate an airplane (Pilot in command) for private use only.

What is a CPL?

CPL stands for Commercial Pilot License and in most countries this allows the holder of the CPL to operate an airplane commercially (Pilot in command).

What is an ATPL?

ATPL stands for Airline Transport Pilot License. ATPL license holder is allowed to operate a multi-crew aircraft for an airline pilot.

What is a frozen ATPL?

A holder of a frozen ATPL completed all the requirement for a ATPL except the 1500 flying hours.

What is a IFR?

Holders IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) has proven that he can navigate a plane from location A to B just by using navigational instruments only.

What is a MER?

The holder of a multiengine rating rating is certified to fly a multiengine rating airplane.

What is FAA?

FAA stands for Federal Aviation Administration. The FAA agency has the responsibility and authority to regulate all aspects of the civil aviation in the United States of America.

What is CASA?

CASA stands for Civil Aviation Safety Authority and has the responsibility and authority to regulate all aspects of the civil aviation in Australia.

What is EASA?

EASA European Aviation Safety Agency and has the responsibility and authority to regulate all aspects of the civil aviation in the Europe.

What and when do i need an endorsment?

Usually an endorsement is need if the PPL, CPL or ATPL certification has been done in a region different then the one operation. For example if the license has been obtained in Australia but the holder wants to convert the license to a European license then the license needs to be endorsed by the EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency).

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