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We are BestFly Aviation School. We own one of the largest general aviation training aircraft fleet in Europe with more than 20 airplanes.We Offer Private Pilot Licence on Cessna 172 only for 6500 EUR. The course takes less than a month. Our company provides very high quality flight training according to EASA standards with very competitive prices. We are dedicated to train the best pilots in Hungary. We also train Turkish, English, Austrian, Bulgarian, Russian, Slovakian pilots. The students we have trained so far are now flying for the famous airlines in their countries like Turkish Airlines. PPL students can fly 3-4 hours a day, PIC time builder pilots allowed to fly up to 6 hours a day.
Kalocsa is a town in Bacs-Kiskun county, Hungary. It lies 142 km (88 mi) south of Budapest. It is situated in a marshy but highly productive district, near the left bank of the Danube River. The airfield we are located is LHKA Kalocsa airfield lies at the North-West side of the city. The runway 17/35 is concrete which is 2500 meters long and 60 meters wide. The runway is suitable only for day operations.
Our students enjoy the cheerful atmosphere of Alice Panzio, Repter Sorozo which is very close to the airport. There are rooms for up to 4 persons. You can stay alone or with your friend. The prices are very friendly. There is a wonderful bar and restaurant which provides very tasty foods at cheap rates. There are a plenty of amusement options in the city.
The private license allows individual citizens to operate non-commercial aircraft for personal or recreational purposes. Most typical among these types are the aircraft manufactured by Cessna, Piper and Beechcraft, in addition to hundreds of amateur, or experimental built aircraft models. They generally seat two to six people and have engines in the 60 to 300 horsepower range. Private pilots may use their airplane for the purpose of commuting to and from work; however, they may not carry passengers or freight for hire. In some cases, a group may share costs of taking a trip, but they may not pay the pilot for their services.
Commercial pilots can be paid to fly an aircraft. To obtain a commercial pilot license, one must be at least 18 years old and have a minimum of 250 hours of total flight time. This includes 100 hours in powered aircraft, 50 hours in airplanes, and 100 hours as pilot-in-command (of which 50 hours must be cross-country flight time). In addition, commercial pilots must hold an Instrument Rating, or otherwise they would be restricted to flying for hire only in daylight, under visual flight rules (VFR), and within 50 miles of the originating airport
To qualify as a commercial pilot, you need to complete both theoretical and aircraft ﬂight instruction.The Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) Theory is an important part of this instruction. It takes around six months to complete (21 weeks or 735 hours). The course covers various topics, such as meteorology, the principles of flight and navigation.
Night visual flight training is the rate training required for Commercial Pilot License after receiving the European Pilot License. It is performed after 30 minutes of sunset. For participating Instrument Rating, which is further training for a Commercial Pilot License, a Pilot trainee must have Night Rate. Night Visual Flight Trraining consists of 5 hours of single-engine plane flights accompanied by theoretical part.
Instrument rating refers to the qualifications that a pilot must have in order to fly under instrument flight rules (IFR). It requires additional training and instruction beyond what is required for a private pilot certificate or commercial pilot certificate, including rules and procedures specific to instrument flying, additional instruction in meteorology, and more intensive training in flight solely by reference to instruments.
The Multi Engine Piston Rating allows you to progress your flying onto a more powerful, twin engine aircraft. This can be done simply for pleasure or if you wish to go into an airline career, the MEP is an essential part of your training. The course consists of 7 hours of ground school training and 6 hours of flight training completed in VFR conditions.
The Multi-Engine Instrument Rating allows you to operate an aircraft with more than one engine without reference to the horizon. With this rating you can fly in Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC) and at night. First you will obtain your Multi-Engine Rating followed by your Instrument Rating.