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How to Get Your Pilots License

We created a self checklist with a couple basic steps on how to make that goal takeoff.

Self checklist on how to get started on becoming a pilot:

Step 1: Preflight - You have come to the right place

We offer online flight training for any that once to make a dream a reality and current pilots. Whether you’re looking to become a pilot and earn your Private Pilot License, or you’re already an experienced pilot and want to learn a bit more or just refresh your knowledge, we are here to help...

More advanced Licenses and ratings

Congratulations! You’ve finally gotten that Private Pilot License! So, now what? The next step is usually pursuing your Instrument Rating, a Commercial Pilot License, a Multi-engine rating or your Certified Flight Instructor (CFI), Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII), Multi-engine Instructor (MEI), or...

FAA Airman Medical Certificate is required for all pilots including student pilots to carry a medical certificate at all times, which allows the pilot to act as pilot in command (PIC) of an airplane.

First step is to find an FAA aviation medical examiner (AME). Do some research on finding an AME; do not just go with the first one you see. Compare prices...

Part 61 Flight School

Are the parts of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) that set the minimum standards for flight training schools. These schools are local flight schools used to train students on a one-on-one basis, and maybe be customized to the student’s schedule. 

  • Reasonable, cheap training prices with the same or better results of a part...

You arrive at the flight school and meet with your certified flight instructor (CFI); he or she asks you “are you read for your first solo flight today?”

Of course, you are!

What to expect:

When your CFI feels you are ready.....


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