If you are a New Zealand Pilot you are required to undergo a review of your flying at least every two years. This review must be carried out by either an A or B Category Flight Instructor.
The review gives you a refresher course in helicopter handling as well as bringing you up to date with any law changes since your last review.
A CPL(H) is required if you want to work and be paid as a pilot in the aviation industry. Embarking on an aviation career is something not to be taken lightly and you will need to consider all the elements when making the decision.
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A PPL(H) is your starting point when entering the aviation industry after you have completed a ‘Trial Flight’. If you are wanting to use a helicopter for personal use only then this is the license for you. You cannot receive any compensation for flying on a PPL(H). Pilots with current fixed-wing licenses can receive credits towards their PPL(H) Private Helicopter License.