Recreational Pilot License

The Recreational Pilot License allows you to fly in daytime, non-instrument conditions with a few restrictions compared to the Private Pilot License.  It takes fewer training hours, so can be earned at a lower cost, than the Private Pilot License.   It allows you all of the privileges allowed to the more widely known Sport Pilot License in larger, more widely available aircraft, such as the Diamond DA-20 or Cessna 172.  

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