Recreational Pilot Licence
- Must be 14 years to solo
- Must be 16 years for the issue of the Permit
- Applicant must hold a Category 4 medical (Self-declaration/family doctor)
- Applicant shall have acquired, in aeroplanes, not less than 25 hours flight time
- Applicant must have a total of 15 hours dual instruction, including not less than 2 hours cross country flight time
- Applicant must have a total of 5 hours of solo flight time
- Applicant must obtain not less than 60% on Transport Canada exam (RPPAE)
- Applicant must pass a flight test with a designated flight test examiner
- The holder of a Recreational Pilot Permit (RPP) may carry a maximum of one passenger.
- The holder of a RPP can fly day VFR in Canada in single engine piston powered aircraft.
- No additional privileges with the exception of a seaplane endorsement may be added to this permit.
- Instructor $65 /hour
- Cessna 152 $132 /hour
|40 hours ground school *||354.00|
|Ground school books and supplies||280.00|
|Pre-flight briefings 7 hours||455.00|
|Dual instruction 20 hours C152||3940.00|
|Solo practice 5 hours C152||660.00|
|Flight test **||300.00|
|Medical exam **||55.00|
* Not required, but recommended
** Transport Canada processing fee
NOTE: All instruction satisfies Canadian Aviation Regulations minimum requirements and is only an estimate. Prices subject to change without prior notice. Taxes 13% not included.
Prices as of January 2017