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Learning to fly is difficult and challenging but also fun and exciting process. Having a pilot's license also makes special satisfaction.

Obtaining Private Pilot License is not only prestige. Aircraft can also be a transport tool that allows you to quickly and easily overcome the distances among the thousands of airports across Europe.

You can fly for fun, for business purposes or you can take your family or friends on a trip.

Course for PPL(A) complies with PART FCL.


• Candidate must be at least 16 years of age before solo flight,
• An applicant for a PPL shall be at least 17 years of age,
• An applicant for the PPL(A) shall have sufficient knowledge of mathematics and physics,
• An applicant for PPL(A) shall hold at least valid Class 2 medical certificate before first solo flight.

The course consists of theoretical and flying training. Flying training will be performed in uncontrolled and in controlled airspaces.


Theoretical knowledge consists of 100 hrs lectures from nine subjects:
• Principles of flight,
• Aircraft general knowledge,
• Flight performance and planning,
• Operational procedures,
• Navigation,
• Meteorology,
• Air law and ATC procedures,
• Communication,
• Human performance.

We offer individual programme starting on request.

At least 45 hours of flight instruction in aeroplanes, from that at least 25 hrs of dual flight instruction and 10 hrs of supervised solo flight time.
Training is conducted on single-engine aircrafts Piper Tomahawk PA-38 and Cessna 172.
Practical part is mainly conducted from airport Divača.

Theoretical part: exam on CAA (Civil Aviation Agency).
Practical part: flight with examiner.
If you want to see how the training is conducted, you can make a reservation for INTRODUCTORY FLIGHT.

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Janez let is slovenian flight school No. SLO/ATO/015 that trains pilots at international European standards. All our training programs are approved and supervised by the Civil Aviation Authority of Republic of Slovenia. Licenses that pilots get after training are recognized by all European countries.

  • 22. Aug. 2014

    Success Story:

    Nikolay Legomanov, 26 years, Sofia (Bulgaria), Commercial pilot flying for Aerial work company

    I heard about Janez let, from a colleague two years ago, when I was wondering where to continue my training after gaining th...  več
  • 11. Feb. 2014

    Success Story

    Dimitar Ivanov, 29 years, Skopje (Macedonia), First officer on A320 at Wizz Air

    In flight school Janez let I got knowledge and flying experience which have later helped me to got a job. All have been nice, kind and hosp...  več