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EASA Pilot Aviation Theory Courses & Exam Trainers for iPad

E-gle is a free iPad App that allows you to purchase, download and study aviation theory

Simple to use
Mobile, study anywhere, anytime
Affordable
Rewarding, you'll be better prepared for your exams

E-gle App is the SMART choice for preparing for your EASA exams!

Available Pilot Courses / Trainers
Download on the Apple App Store
Try our FREE demo modules for the PPL(A)/LAPL course and exam trainer. Then, purchase full course modules inside the App either individually or as part of a discounted bundle.
  • Enhance your formal classroom training in a fun and efficient training system
  • Practice your knowledge skills as you prepare for your EASA exams with our Exam Trainer
  • Increase your aviation theory knowledge as you study each course module
The innovative & alternative way to prepare for your exams. Combining the knowledge you learn in a conventional classroom with the convenience of studying wherever you want, whenever you want.

The PPL(A)/LAPL Course is comprised of 9 separate course modules that match the 9 EASA exams you must pass
to achieve your PPL(A) or LAPL.

  • Communications VFR
    • What You Will Learn
      • This EASA compliant course has been produced in cooperation with professional European ATC controllers and pilots. Therefore, it's not only ideal for new PPL(A)/LAPL candidates but also for experienced pilots who want to enhance their communications skills.
      • The course is fully narrated and contains real-life phraseology examples. A smart and efficient way to master VFR ATC communications and a must have for every pilot.
    • Topics Covered
      • There are 4 home study lessons and 70 exam-style multiple choice questions to test your comprehension:
      • Lesson 1
        Terms and abbreviations
        Q-codes
        Categories of messages
      • Lesson 2
        Transmission of letters, numbers and time
        Transmission technique
        Standard words and phrases
        Use of call signs
        Transfer of communication
        Test procedures (readability)
        Read back and acknowledge requirements
      • Lesson 3
        Standard phraseology
        Real life examples
        Radar phraseology
      • Lesson 4
        Aerodrome weather


  • Principles of Flight
    • What You Will Learn
      • Understanding how an airplane flies is interesting. Understanding how to fly it, is absolutely magical!
      • With this EASA compliant Principles of Flight course, you'll master all aspects of aerodynamics in no time. Get to know how an airfoil produces lift, how to control the airplane in flight and what to do when you enter stall.
    • Topics Covered
      • There are 8 home study lessons and 200 exam-style multiple choice questions to test your comprehension:
      • Lesson 1
        Basic concepts
        Two dimensional airflow
        Coefficients
      • Lesson 2
        Three dimensional airflow
        Drag
        Ground effect
      • Lesson 3
        The stall
        Lift augmentation
        The boundary layer
        Special circumstances
      • Lesson 4
        Equilibrium
        Static directional stability
        Static lateral stability
        Dynamic lateral or directional stability
      • Lesson 5
        Pitch control
        Yaw control
        Roll control
        Roll/Yaw interaction
        Means to reduce control forces
        Mass balancing
        Trimming
      • Lesson 6
        Operating limitations
        Maneuvering envelope
        Gust envelope
      • Lesson 7
        Propellers
        Conversion of engine torque to thrust
        Engine failure
        Secondary effects
      • Lesson 8
        Forces acting on an airplane


  • Operational Procedures
    • What You Will Learn
      • Understanding how to operate an airplane safely in specific circumstances or knowing how to avoid hazardous conditions, is an extremely important aspect of the PPL(A)/LAPL training. A pilot should be familiar with the emergency equipment on board and should know how to avoid wind shear, microburst and wake turbulence.
      • All of these items, including important regulations and safety precautions are explained in this EASA compliant Operational Procedures course.
    • Topics Covered
      • There are 3 home study lessons and 70 exam-style multiple choice questions to test your comprehension:
      • Lesson 1
        ICAO Annex 6, Operational Procedures
      • Lesson 2
        Noise abatement
        Fire and smoke
        Wind shear and microburst
      • Lesson 3
        Wake turbulence
        Emergency and precautionary landings
        Contaminated runways


  • Meteorology
    • What You Will Learn
      • Aviation meteorology is a interesting course, explaining the basic principles of natural occurrences affecting aviation on a daily basis which we call weather.
      • Important phenomena such as the formation of clouds, wind, precipitation and their effects on flying, are described in an understandable way with many real life images, made by pilots during their incredible travels through the sky.
      • This EASA compliant course is not only fun for the new PPL(A)/LAPL pilot but a fascinating refresher of the subject of Aviation Meteorology.
    • Topics Covered
      • There are 10 home study lessons and 195 exam-style multiple choice questions to test your comprehension:
      • Lesson 1
        The atmosphere
        Temperature, pressure and density
        The ICAO Standard Atmosphere
        Altimetry
      • Lesson 2
        Wind
        Global circulation
        Local winds
        Mountain waves
        Turbulence
      • Lesson 3
        Humidity
        Change of state of aggregation
        Adiabatic processes
      • Lesson 4
        Fog, mist and haze
      • Lesson 5
        Development of precipitation
        Types of precipitation
      • Lesson 6
        Air masses
        Fronts
      • Lesson 7
        Anticyclones
        Non frontal depressions
      • Lesson 8
        Climatic zones
        Typical weather situations in the mid-latitudes
        Local winds and associated weather
      • Lesson 9
        Icing
        Turbulence
        Wind shear
        Thunderstorms
        Inversions
        Hazards in mountainous areas
        Visibility reducing phenomena
      • Lesson 10
        Observations
        Weather charts
        Information for flight planning
        Meteorological services


  • Airlaw
    • What You Will Learn
      • This EASA compliant PPL(A)/LAPL Airlaw course will teach you every aspect of basic laws and regulations applicable to you as a future pilot. You'll get to know everything about the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), as well as the European Aviation Agency (EASA).
      • Multiple images and illustrations make this course not only fun to study, but also easy to understand.
    • Topics Covered
      • There are 6 home study lessons and 120 exam-style multiple choice questions to test your comprehension:
      • Lesson 1
        The ICAO Convention
        European Organizations (EASA, Eurocontrol)
        ICAO Annex 8 and EASA Certification specifications
        Certificate of Airworthiness
      • Lesson 2
        Aircraft nationality and registration marks
        ICAO Annex 1 and EASA PART-FCL
      • Lesson 3
        Rules of the Air
        Visual Flight Rules
        Interception of Civil Aircraft
      • Lesson 4
        Procedures for Air Navigation Services
        Aeronautical Information Services
      • Lesson 5
        Aerodromes, visual aids, services and equipment
      • Lesson 6
        Search and Rescue
        Aviation Security
        Accident and Incident Investigation


  • General Navigation
    • What You Will Learn
      • This course consists of two parts:
        • General Navigation explains to you how to safely navigate from A to B by means of visual reference. All basic navigation methods, such as dead reckoning, are covered including the use of the Navigation Computer.
        • The second part, Radio Navigation, teaches you the use of all radio navigation equipment on board, such as the VOR, DME, GNSS etc.
      • Our EASA compliant General Navigation course contains multiple illustrated examples on how to solve typical navigation problems in a smart and efficient way.
      • It's also an outstanding refresher if you want to dig deeper into the use of radio navigation aids to prepare for your upcoming Instrument Rating course.
    • Topics Covered
      • There are 5 home study lessons and 170 exam-style multiple choice questions to test your comprehension:
      • Lesson 1
        The solar system
        The Earth
        Time and time conversions
        Directions
        Distance
      • Lesson 2
        Direct reading compass
        Chart projections
        Aeronautical charts
      • Lesson 3
        Basics of dead reckoning
        Use of the navigation computer
        The triangle of velocities
        Determination of a position
        Visual observations
        The flight log
      • Lesson 4
        Wave Propagation
        Antennas
        Ground Direction Finder
        Automatic Direction Finder
        The VOR
        The DME
      • Lesson 5
        The Ground Radar
        Secondary Surveillance Radar
        GNSS (GPS)


  • Aircraft General Knowledge
    • What You Will Learn
      • Understanding how the engine works, how the mechanical components of your airplane are functioning, and how your instruments are able to display important information to you are all important things to know. This and many other subjects are explained in the EASA compliant Aircraft General Knowledge course.
      • This module will teach you the basic knowledge of airframes, systems, power plants and instrumentation. A must have for every pilot!
    • Topics Covered
      • There are 8 home study lessons and 195 exam-style multiple choice questions to test your comprehension:
      • Lesson 1
        Loads and stresses
        Materials
        Wings, tail and control surfaces
        Structural limitations
      • Lesson 2
        Hydraulic systems
        Landing gear, tires and brakes
        Nose wheel steering
      • Lesson 3
        Primary flight controls
        Secondary flight controls
        Warning and operational limitations
        Piston engines
      • Lesson 4
        Electrics
      • Lesson 5
        Fuel
        Carburation
        Cooling systems
        Lubrication systems
        Ignition circuits
        Mixture
        Propellers
        Performance and engine handling
      • Lesson 6
        Pressure gauges
        Temperature sensing
        Fuel gauges
        Fuel flow meters
        Tachometers
        Engine torque meters
        Synchroscope
        Pressure measurement
        Altimeters
        Vertical Speed Indicators
        Airspeed indicators
        Air data computers
      • Lesson 7
        Earth magnetism
        Direct reading compass
        Flux valve
        Gyroscopes
        Rate of turn and slip indicator
        Attitude indicator
        Directional gyroscope
        Remote reading compass
      • Lesson 8
        Voice communications
        Flight warning systems
        Stall warning systems
        GPWS
        ACAS/TCAS
        Electronic displays


  • Human Performance and Limitations
    • What You Will Learn
      • Many causes of aircraft accidents and incidents are frequently related to human factors.
      • This course divided into two parts:
        • The first part, Aviation Physiology, is a narrated course which teaches you how the human body responds to flight such as G-forces, high noise levels, low ambient pressure, etc.
        • The second part, Aviation Psychology covers the human information process, human error, decision making and stress.
      • This is an outstanding EASA compliant course for both the new PPL(A)/LAPL pilot and the experienced pilot.
    • Topics Covered
      • There are 4 home study lessons and 90 exam-style multiple choice questions to test your comprehension:
      • Lesson 1
        Human factors
        Accident statistics
        Flight safety concepts
        Safety culture
      • Lesson 2
        Basics of flight physiology
        Gas laws
        The respiratory system
        The circulatory system
        Hypoxia
        CO poisoning
        Hyperventilation
        The nervous system
        Vision
        Hearing
      • Lesson 3
        Health and hygiene
        Personal hygiene
        Medical Certificate
        Sleep
        Problem areas for pilots
      • Lesson 4
        Human information processing
        Human error and reliability
        Avoiding and making errors
        Cockpit management
        Decision making
        Human behavior
        Human overload and under load
        Advanced cockpit automation


  • Flight Performance and Planning
    • What You Will Learn
      • The mass of an aircraft should be precisely calculated as well as the location of the center of gravity should be determined before each flight. It's called Mass and Balance and it's the first part of the EASA compliant Flight Performance and Planning course.
      • The second part teaches you how to determine the performance of an aircraft during different phases of flight, such as takeoff, climb, cruise, descent and landing.
      • The third part teaches you how to plan a VFR cross-country flight, taking into account all the previous knowledge you have acquired.
    • Topics Covered
      • There are 3 home study lessons and 110 exam-style multiple choice questions to test your comprehension:
      • Lesson 1
        Mass and Balance
        CG Limitations
        Mass limits and calculations
        CG limits and calculations
      • Lesson 2
        Performance legislation
        General performance theory
        Speeds
        Take off performance
        Climb performance
        Cruise performance
        Performance in a descent
        Landing performance
        Use of airplane performance data
      • Lesson 3
        VFR Navigation plan
        Pre flight fuel planning
        NOTAM briefing
        Meteorological briefing
        Point of Equal Time and Point of safe return
        The ATC flight plan
        Flight monitoring


PPL(A) - LAPL Exam Trainer

  • What You Will Learn
    • Now that you've completed all your PPL(A)/LAPL courses, it's time to prepare for your written exam!
    • Our EASA PPL(A)/LAPL exam trainer has over 4765 multiple choice questions and is considered to be the largest English PPL(A)/LAPL database available, based on real exams. Train as much as you like, as long as you like. Our exam trainers do not expire!
    • There are two "training" modes available:
      • In training mode, you can practice answering questions of a particular subject until you have answered each question correctly.
      • In exam mode, you'll receive randomly generated tests with the exact number of test questions that you would receive in that particular EASA exam with the same time limit EASA allotted by EASA .
    • Once you use our exam trainer, you'll ace your EASA PPL(A)/LAPL exams!
  • Topics Covered
    • There are 2 modes: Training mode & Exam Mode
    • There are 9 subjects:
      • 010 - Airlaw (513 questions)
      • 020 - Aircraft General Knowledge (944 questions)
      • 030 - Flight Performance and Planning (484 questions)
      • 040 - Human Performance and Limitations (560 questions)
      • 050 - Meteorology (751 questions)
      • 060 - Navigation (636 questions)
      • 070 - Operational Procedures (205 questions)
      • 080 - Principles of Flight (509 questions)
      • 090 - Communications VFR (163 questions)

Night Rating Course

  • What You Will Learn
    • Flying at night is simply amazing. With this EASA compliant night rating course, you can familiarize yourself with the applicable regulations, physiological and psychological aspects of flying at night, as well as both aircraft and airport lights.
    • Practical flight preparation tips and tricks as well as night emergencies are covered in detail in this course.

ATPL(A) Exam Trainer

  • Our EASA Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL(A)) exam trainer has over 15,000 multiple choice questions and is considered to be the largest English ATPL(A) database available, based on real exams. Train as much as you like, as long as you like. Our exam trainers do not expire!
  • There are two "training" modes available:
    • In training mode, you can practice answering questions of a particular subject until you have answered each question correctly.
    • In exam mode, you'll receive randomly generated tests with the exact number of test questions that you would receive in that particular EASA exam with the same time limit EASA allotted by EASA .
  • Once you use our exam trainer, you'll ace your EASA ATPL(A) exams!
  1. Is this course right for me?

    This course is designed for every candidate training for an EASA Private Pilot License - Airplane (PPL-A) or Light Aircraft Pilot License (LAPL) for airplanes. If you're already an experienced EASA pilot this course will be an excellent refresher for you.

  2. How much is the App?

    The App is free and contains one hour of free course content & demo of the exam trainer, you only pay for the modules or trainers you download.

  3. What are the system requirements for this course?

    The App is compatible with the iPad and iPad mini and requires iOS 7.0 or later. Also, you may want to ensure your audio is working on your device. A set of headphones might be a good addition to enhance your study experience as some of the labs include audio.

  4. Can I use my iPhone to view the course materials?

    Currently, the App is only available for the iPad/iPad mini.

  5. Is there an Android App available?

    Currently, the App is only available for the iPad/iPad mini.

  6. Do I need an Internet Connection to view the course modules?

    You only need an internet connection when you download the App and each time you purchase and download a new course module, you will need a broadband internet connection.

  7. Are the course modules current? Are the exam questions current?

    Yes, our team constantly reviews both the course content and the exam questions. All content has been verified and matches with the current EASA learning objectives for both the PPL(A)/LAPL

  8. Is there a particular order I should follow for taking the course modules?

    Not really. However, we do recommend you download and study the actual courses in the order that they appear in the App. It's, very important to study the PPL(A)/LAPL course first, and take each progress test immediately after each lesson in the modules. After you complete the PPL(A)/LAPL course, you'll want to purchase the PPL(A)/LAPL Exam Trainer and test your knowledge first in "Training" Mode, followed by "Exam" Mode.

  9. How long is each course module?

    Each course module takes approximately 10 hours to complete, including the solving of all multiple choice questions.

  10. How much time will it take to complete the complete the entire PPL(A)/LAPL course?

    The complete PPL(A)/LAPL course is approximately 90 hours of thorough home study; that includes finishing all progress tests with a score of at least 75%.

  11. Can I still access the course material after I complete a module?

    Yes, you have lifetime access to your course modules. We believe it is very important that you are able to access the course at any time during your pilot career to review a subject whenever you need it.

  12. What if I have questions about the EASA requirements, who can I contact?

    Please refer to your Authorized Training Organization (ATO) for all EASA related questions you may have, or check the www.easa.eu website for further details.

  13. We are an EASA Approved Training Organization (ATO) and we are interested in becoming an E-gle partner. Who do we contact?

    We are most happy to welcome your flight school as an E-gle partner! We maintain a set of high-quality requirements at E-gle. one of the main requirements is to integrate the E-gle course into your existing EASA approved PPL(A)/LAPL theoretical training syllabus. We offer assistance in helping you prepare for this process.

    To apply, please send an e-mail to: polson@kingschools.com


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