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Welcome to Learn How To Fly. We are the number one online resource for learning how to fly. We have extensive guides available to help guide you through the process of gaining a pilot licence whether it’s for leisure or for a living, we’ve got you covered.

You can start exploring our website by clicking the links on the menu above, if you’re unsure of where to start then you might find out ‘Introduction’ page useful, it lays out the basics behind learning to fly and will help guide you to the relevant section for what you would like to achieve.

We also have a few sections on the website which offer pure information on things such as licence and ratings currency, this also includes medical certificates. We are always adding to our website and we announce all new sections on our social media channels so be sure to subscribe to us and check back regularly for more information, handy hints and tips and interesting articles on any latest developments within the aviation sector.

EASA Aerobatics Rating


Up until recently there was no requirement to have an aerobatics rating in the UK under EASA. This has now changed. For anyone wishing to […]

Commercial Pilot Licence

Commercial Pilot Licence

The Commercial Pilot Licence or the EASA-CPL for short is a specific licence that allows the holder to fly an aircraft which is UK registered […]

FI Rating CRI

Flight Instructor

Instructor Ratings have now become a bit of a complex area. There are a number of different types of instructor ratings that can be undertaken. […]

Instrument Rating

Anyone who holds a valid Private Pilot Licence (PPL) or Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) is able to undertake instrument training, if you only have a […]


Light Aircraft Pilot Licence

The LAPL (Light Aircraft Pilot Licence) enables the holder to act as the pilot in command of a single-engine piston light aircraft with a maximum […]

Multi Crew Cooperation Course

Multi-Crew Cooperation

Since 1999 the Multi Crew Cooperation Course or MCC for short has become a requirement before the commencement of a CPL/IR holder’s first type-rating course. […]