Private Aircraft Use

Private Aircraft Use

  Suitably qualified members may fly the aircraft for private aircraft use in accordance with the privileges of their licence. We have an approved airfield list that, depending on experience level, allows operation into 30 Irish airfields. Operation into other airfields, or to overseas airfields 

Single Engine Piston Rating

Single Engine Piston Rating

  What is a single engine piston (SEP) rating? The Single Engine Piston Rating allows you to fly aircraft such as our Cessna 172. We offer dual flights as required to revalidate your SEP, or if your rating is lapsed we offer a renewal course. 

Night Rating Qualification

Night Rating Qualification

As a Private Pilot’s Licence holder, without a night rating qualification, you must only fly during daylight hours. The addition of a night rating allows you to also fly at night. The training for the night rating includes: a minimum of five hours of flight 

Light Aircraft Pilot’s Licence

Light Aircraft Pilot’s Licence

The Light Aircraft Pilot’s Licence (LAPL) is a relatively new option for recreational pilots and it’s slightly more restrictive than the Private Pilots Licence. For example, you are limited to carrying no more than three passengers (plus yourself as the pilot), and to flying aeroplanes 

Private Pilot’s Licence

Private Pilot’s Licence

  The Private Pilot’s Licence (PPL) allows you to act as Pilot In Command (PIC) of an aircraft. As the pilot in command, you can carry passengers and fly in good weather conditions on a non-commercial basis. Also, your PPL allows you to fly abroad 

Introductory Flying Lessons

Introductory Flying Lessons

We offer short introductory flying lessons for those who are considering joining the Hotel Bravo Flying Club. These flights takes place at our base in Weston Airport in Co. Dublin.   What is an introductory flight? Your flight instructor will meet you and take you through