Flight School – ULL
What belongs to ultralight aviation?
For the purposes of this Ordinance, ultralight aircraft shall mean:
- aircraft (airplanes, helicopters and motor kites) that do not have more than two seats and whose maximum certified take-off mass (MTOM) does not exceed:
– 300 kg, for single-seater land planes or helicopters,
– 450 kg, for two-seater land planes or helicopters,
– 330 kg, for amphibians or single-seater seaplanes / helicopters,
– 495 kg, for amphibians or two-seater seaplanes / helicopters, provided that, when used either as seaplanes / helicopters or as landplanes / helicopters, their mass is below their MTOM limits,
– 472.5 kg, for two-seater ground airplanes equipped with a parachute system for safe stopping of airplanes mounted on an aircraft carrier,
– 315 kg, for single-seater ground airplanes equipped with a parachute system for safe stopping of airplanes mounted on an aircraft carrier, provided, in the case of airplanes, that they have a drag speed or a minimum horizontal flight speed in a landing configuration not exceeding 35 knots (65 km / h) of the calibrated flight speed (CAS);
- single-seater and two-seater gyroplanes with a maximum approved take-off mass not exceeding 560 kg;
- sailboats, including those launched by foot, whose maximum structural mass does not exceed 80 kg in the one-seater version or 100 kg in the two-seater version.
What does the training look like?
Pilot training consists of theoretical and practical work.
The theoretical part of the ultralight pilot license examination includes the following subjects:
- aviation regulations;
- general knowledge of aircraft and aircraft maintenance;
- flight performance and planning;
- human capabilities and limitations;
- operating procedures;
- flight theory (flight principles);
- communications (radio telephony).
The practical part of the exam for obtaining an ultralight aircraft pilot’s license consists of a test of knowledge of emergency procedures, a test in flight and a test of knowledge of phraseology in Serbian or English.
The candidate for acquiring additional authorization is not checked for knowledge of phraseology, unless he / she requests a check in the application in order to expand the right to use radio telephony from Serbian to English.
How long does the training last?
Theoretical part: 100 hours
Practical part: 30 h of flight-time
Depending on the student’s commitment, the training can last from 6 months to a year.
What flying machines could be flown at Airport Vojka, after finishing the pilot’s training on ultralight aircrafts?
- Airdrome Aeroplanes
- Alpi Aviation
What are the conditions for start of the training?
– Medical certificate Class 2 or LAPL
– Free time
– Desire to fly
Do I need any prior knowledge?
No, you do not need any prior knowledge in the field of aviation. All you need is dedication, free time and good will.
How much time do I need to become a pilot?
It is enough to come for flight lessons at Airport three times per week.