Begin your aviation adventure with Fly-coop!

The journey to your sky-high dreams starts with earning a PPL (Private Pilot Licence), the groundwork for your further training. 

It grants you the freedom to take control of an aircraft and soar through the skies. With a PPL, you’ll learn the fundamental skills and knowledge required to pilot a plane, from mastering take-offs and landings to navigating through the clouds. This thrilling adventure not only fulfills your aviation dreams but also opens doors to advanced flight training and endless opportunities in the aviation industry.


Step by step

theoretical part
Kick-start with a 3-4 months online distance learning course, which you can complete at your own pace. 
practical training
After finishing the theoretical part, you're set to embark on a minimum of 45 hours of practical training.
theory exam
During your flight training, you will take a theory exam on nine subjects at the CAA.
exam flight
Upon completion of the training, you will demonstrate your practical abilities during an exam flight. 

Once all these steps are completed, the sky’s truly the limit! Take your loved ones on an unforgettable aerial tour, discover the country from an unparalleled viewpoint, or even make trips to foreign airports!

Why choose us?


Exclusively tailored interiors for Fly-Coop trainees, designed to learn safe operation through advanced instrumentation. The intuitive cockpit layout harmoniously integrates pilots with their machines.


Ideal environments for pre-flight checks or post-flight debriefings, fostering a seamless connection between nature and the flight crew.

Course Structure

Fly-Coop presents an accelerated training program for securing the EASA Private Pilot Licence. This training is a perfect fit for aviation enthusiasts and aircraft owners looking to quickly earn their wings!

Experienced instructors

Our instructors not only teach but also actively participate in commercial activities. This enables them to share real-world experiences with their students and apply theoretical knowledge in practical contexts, ensuring our students stay up-to-date with the latest information.

Training Structure

To make the most of their Fly-Coop PPL(A) license, students are required to complete an extensive theoretical course covering the following topics:

  • Air Law and ATC Procedures
  • Human Performance
  • Meteorology
  • Communications
  • Principles of Flight: Aeroplane
  • Operational Procedures
  • Flight Performance and Planning – Mass and Balance
  • Flight Performance and Planning – Performance
  • Flight Performance and Planning – Flight Planning and Monitoring
  • Aircraft General Knowledge – Airframe, system, powerplant, emergency equipment
  • Aircraft General Knowledge – Instrumentation
  • Navigation – General Navigation
  • Navigation – Radio Navigation

The theoretical part of the course involves approximately 100 hours of computer-based self-study and is further complemented by 45 hours of interactive online virtual classroom sessions.

After successfully completing the online class and achieving a minimum of 75% in each PPL theory subject of the Fly-Coop Home Exams, student pilots are required to undergo an official examination conducted by the civil aviation authority. This examination will cover all the theory subjects mentioned below:

  • Air Law and ATC Procedures
  • Human Performance
  • Meteorology
  • Communications
  • Principles of Flight: Aeroplane
  • Operational Procedures
  • Flight Performance and Planning
  • Aircraft General Knowledge
  • Navigation

The exams may be completed in either one or two sessions, and the minimum pass-mark required for each subject is 75%.

The EASA PPL(A) course’s practical flight training is designed to offer student pilots a diverse and comprehensive range of experiences. The training is structured into the following subparts:

  • Subpart 1: Airspace and Traffic Circuits
  • Subpart 2: Solo Flying and Navigation
  • Subpart 3: Solo Navigation Flying
  • Subpart 4: Basic Instrumentation and Low level / Poor Visibility

Throughout the course, student pilots will undertake 35 hours of flight training with an instructor on board and an additional 10 hours of solo flight, ensuring a minimum total flight time of 45 hours.

Upon finishing the training program, student pilots are required to undergo an official check ride, during which a Flight Examiner will be on board to evaluate their skills and performance.

Become A PIlot With Us

With the help of our comprehensive and thorough training program, you can easily reach your goals!


At our flight school, we believe in making aviation education accessible to all aspiring pilots. Our competitive pricing structure ensures that pursuing your passion for flying won’t break the bank. Whether you’re interested in a Private Pilot Licence (PPL), Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL), or any other course, we offer transparent and affordable rates, allowing you to embark on your aviation journey with confidence.

PPL(A) – Private Pilot Licence

  • 100 hours training Theoretical training + 45 hours training on C-152 aircraft

PPL(A) – Private Pilot Licence

  • 100 hours training Theoretical training + 45 hours training on C-172 aircraft

The first step to your journey starts here!