of providing commercial air services and flight training.
Including aerial surveys, photography, air charters and scenic flights,
from Carlisle, Cumbernauld and Oban Airports.
We can fly you to an airport closer to your destination than the airlines. We can offer flights to suit your requirements.
Experienced in aerial photography, survey and filming.
More than 25 years experience in flight training. We have trained privates pilots to airline captains. We provide flight training for the LAPL & PPL and their ratings.
Do you hold a NPPL? If you do are you aware of the rule changes next year? If you hold a NPPL with SSEA rating you are allowed to fly EASA registered aircraft until the 8th of April 2018. From then on your NPPL will only be valid to fly Annex II non-EASA aircraft. Brexit The CAA have issued a statement saying that current brexit negotiations has no effect on the legal requirement to convert your licence to an EASA one. Conversion You can convert your NPPL to an EASA LAPL or PPL. The easiest is converting to an EASA LAPL,…
The CAA have published Information Notice IN-2017/012. Although this was issued in April, it will only apply until the end of September 2017 and will not be re-issued. Pilots who need to make use of the IN’s terms are strongly recommended to complete their training as soon as possible, then apply to the CAA for the ‘temporary exemption’ and have received it prior to taking the Skill Test by the end of Sep 2017. After that date, it will still be possible until Apr 2018 to obtain an NPPL, then convert it to a LAPL or PPL. Any NPPL issued…
LAPL or PPL? When starting out in aviation one of the first questions asked is what license are you training for? The LAPL or PPL? First let's bust the myth, an LAPL does not make you a lesser pilot than PPL holder. Both licences allow you to fly most of the popular single engine aircraft out there, such as the Cessna 172, Piper Warrior or Arrow. They both allow you to take passengers on your flights, so you can make day trips with family and friends. So how to choose which license to go for? First ask yourself why do…