Are you dreaming of loops, spins, rolls and turns in an airplane? Then you should start doing aerobatics!
To do aerobatics in an airplane, you will need to complete a training course and receive the licence entry of the aerobatics rating. The training will help you to understand the limits of and airplane better. It’s has a positive effect to flight safety, not only to those who would like to continue flying aerobatics later.
License / Medical:
PPL(A), LAPL(A), CPL(A) or ATPL(A) with valid SEP(land) classrating
valid aviation medical certificate (Medical)
30h as PIC after issue of the licence
The theoretical training includes the following topics:
Human factors and body limitation
Limitations applicable to the specific aircraft category (and type)
Aerobatic manoeuvres and recovery
During the training you will practice several aerobatic maneuvers together with a flight instructor.
These are first hand confidence manoeuvres and recoveries, such as:
Slow flights and stalls, Steep turns, Side slips, Engine restart in-flight (if applicable)
Spins and recovery, Recovery from spiral dives, Recovery from unusual attitudes
The following basic aerobatic manoeuvres will be practised and will be combined to a program towards the end of your training: