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PART 61 vs. 141 Flight Schools

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 141 school.

  • Self-paced and flexible

  • International students (legal permanent resident or working) see: more information

  • Total flight hours

    • Minimum 40 flight hours or more for a Private Pilot License

    • Minimum 250 flight hours or more for a Commercial Pilot License

 

Part 141 Flight School

Schools must seek approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to be certified. The school must also use an approved training curriculum, syllabus and training lessons, which creates a structured flight training school and career path.

  • Cost double the price or more than that of a part 61 school.

  • Accelerated flight training.

  • International students (non-resident, not working) see: more information

  • Total flight hours

    • Minimum 35 flight hours or more for a Private Pilot License

    • Minimum 190 flight hours or more for a Commercial Pilot License

 

More information:

International Student Visa Information link:

https://www.aopa.org/advocacy/pilots/alien-flight-training-program/visa-information

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