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Theoretical Knowledge Syllabus For CPL, ATPL and IR

Updated on 2nd May,2016 I have duplicated the EASA syllabus. This theoretical knowledge syllabus is the current one at time of publication. Anyone planning to sit the theoretical knowledge subjects for the EASA exams will need to complete a course at an Approved Training Organisation (ATO) covering the syllabus described in the table below. Refer […]

Renewing an Expired EASA Type Rating

Updated on 11th December,2015 If you have let your helicopter type rating lapse – i.e. you forgot to do the annual License Proficiency Check (LPC) on time; then you will have to renew the rating before you can fly as PIC. Under EASA regulations this is quite practical and very straight forward. The amount of […]

Theoretical Knowledge Exams (Ireland)

Introduction The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) holds theoretical knowledge exams for ATPL, CPL, IR and PPL. The dates for all levels of theoretical knowledge examinations for the current year can be found below. Examinations at PPL level (4 papers) are held at set times during the course of one day.  Anyone making their first attempt […]

EASA Theoretical Knowledge Examinations

Updated on 1st December,2015 Introduction I am starting to get a lot of enquiries from both students and pilots in relation to what is required for the theoretical knowledge examinations for EASA helicopter licenses. This post will provide you with the new list of exams. These exams have already been launched in the UK and […]