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The EASA Aerobatic Rating

The British Aerobatic Academy is a UK CAA Authorised Training Organisation (ATO) and runs EASA Aerobatic Rating courses  allowing you to fly aerobatics in EASA registered aircraft post 8 April 2018. Typically, for those that are new to aerobatics, we will work through the Basic AOPA Aerobatic Course syllabus on completion, you will gain an EASA Aerobatic Rating. For those that have already done a considerable amount of aerobatics,  we will put together an aerobatic course to meet your requirements.

From 8 April 2018, to undertake Aerobatic flights in an EASA aircraft an EASA Licence and Aerobatic Rating will be required :

FCL.800 Aerobatic rating

(a) Holders of a pilot licence for aeroplanes, TMG or sailplanes shall only undertake aerobatic flights when they hold the appropriate rating.

(b) Applicants for an aerobatic rating shall have completed:

(1) at least 40 hours of flight time or, in the case of sailplanes, 120 launches as PIC in the appropriate aircraft category, completed after the issue of the licence;
(2) a training course at an ATO, including:

(i) theoretical knowledge instruction appropriate for the rating;
(ii) at least 5 hours or 20 flights of aerobatic instruction in the appropriate aircraft category.

(c) The privileges of the aerobatic rating shall be limited to the aircraft category in which the flight instruction was completed. The privileges will be extended to another category of aircraft if the pilot holds a licence for that aircraft category and has successfully completed at least 3 dual training flights covering the full aerobatic
training syllabus in that category of aircraft.

Costs: £1,400

plus £10 per sortie landing fee

How To Book

To book a course, email or telephone 07712864413.