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Freedom in its purest form. That’s how pilot Gary Stokor described flying in his poem, “Impressions of a Pilot.” When you book a Freedom Flight with Near North, we give you a chance to feel the excitement and joy of flying an aircraft. Whether you’re considering a career or a new hobby, prepare yourself for an incredible and empowering experience!

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Learning to fly in Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC) with a private licence can expand the use of your aircraft and your ability to fly to more destinations. You can choose to do a single engine (Group 3) instrument rating on a C-172 or a multi-engine (Group 1) instrument rating on a Piper Comanche.

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The Multi-Engine Rating program is designed for those who want to fly bigger aircraft with more than one engine. This rating is perhaps the most fun to obtain. There is really not too much new to learn apart from the aircraft itself, but it provides the pilot with loads of flexibility in operations.

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The Night Rating on a Private Pilot Licence allows the holder to fly during the hours of darkness under Visual Flight Rules. There is no flight test or written exam. The minimum training hours are set out below and the costs are based on C-172 rates.

The Private Pilot Licence (PPL) program is designed for those who want to fly recreationally, without the restrictions of the Recreational Pilot Permit. It is also a prerequisite for those wanting to pursue a Commercial Pilot Licence toward a pilot career. Holders of a PPL may fly all single engine, non-high performance aircraft day VFR. Ratings such as Night, Multi-engine, Seaplane and Instrument may be endorsed on a PPL.

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The Recreational Pilot Permit (RPP) program is designed for those who want to become a pilot to fly recreationally or as a hobby. Although it is the quickest and most affordable route in learning to fly, the Recreational Pilot Permit is more restricted than the Private Pilot Licence.

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The VFR Over-The-Top Rating is designed for private pilots who want the ability to fly in more challenging weather situations. This training is included in all Commercial Pilot Licence programs.

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