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Flight School and Flight Training Tips from FAA

Flight School and Flight Training Tips from FAAYour choice of a flight school might depend on whether you are planning to obtain a sport pilot certificate, recreational pilot certificate, private pilot certificate, or whether you intend to pursue a career as a professional pilot.
Another consideration is whether you will train part time or full time. Do not make the mistake of making your determination based on financial concerns alone. The quality of training you receive is very important. Prior to making a final decision, visit the the flight school you are considering, and talk with management, instructors, and students. Evaluate the items on the checklist you developed, and then take time to think things over before making your decision. Ground and flight training should be obtained as regularly and frequently as possible. This assures maximum retention of instruction and the achievement of requisite proficiency.

The Role of the Flight Training Instructor

The student pilot’s training program depends upon the quality of the ground and flight training received. An instructor should possess an understanding of the learning process, a knowledge of the fundamentals of teaching, and the ability to communicate effectively with the student pilot. During the certification process, a flight instructor applicant is tested on a practical application of these skills in specific teaching situations. The quality of instruction, and the knowledge and skills acquired from your flight instructor will affect your entire flying career whether you plan to pursue it as a vocation or an avocation.

What Flight Training Requires

A course of instruction should include the ground and flight training necessary to acquire the knowledge and skills required to safely and efficiently function as a certificated pilot. Whether you attend a part 141 or part 61 school or obtain the services of an individual flight instructor, the specific knowledge and skill areas for each category and class of aircraft are outlined in Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR). Refer to 14 CFR part 61, subpart J for the requirements of a sport pilot certificate. Refer to 14 CFR part 61, subpart D for the requirements of a recreational pilot certificate. Refer to 14 CFR part 61, subpart E for the requirements of a private pilot certificate.

Medical Requirements for Flight Training

Pilots, except those who fly gliders or free air balloons, must possess a valid medical certificate in order to exercise the privileges of their airman certificates. Sport pilots must possess either a valid third-class medical certificate or a valid driver’s license. Examination required for medical certification is conducted by designated aviation medical examiners, who are physicians with a special interest in aviation safety and have training in aviation medicine. The standards for medical certification are contained in 14 CFR part 67. The requirements for obtaining medical certification are contained in 14 CFR part 61.

Prior to beginning flight training, a flight instructor should interview you about any health conditions and determine your goal as a pilot. Good advice would be to obtain the class of medical certificate required, for the certificate level you ultimately want, before beginning flight training. Finding out immediately whether you are medically qualified could save time and money.

Aviator Flight School

Not all flight training schools are the same. There are over 1400 of them in this country so there is a big selection out there and finding the right flight training school can be difficult. There are many reasons to choose Aviator College in Ft. Pierce, Florida.

Here are some reasons why you should select this flight training school:
  • 27 Years in the Flight Training Industry
  • Only School Offering 200 Hours of Multi-Engine Time
  • No Simulators Are Used Towards Flight Time
  • Affordable – Compare our program costs to other schools
  • Cross Countries – Fly anywhere in the Continental United States
  • Job Placement Assistance with Regional Airlines
  • Location – 2 miles from the Atlantic Ocean on the Treasure Coast of Florida
  • All Multi-Engine Aircraft are being equipped with Glass EFIS systems
  • Approved Formal Ground School Classes
  • “A” Rating with United States Better Business Bureau
  • We do not use commission based recruiters or sales brokers
  • Our goal is to build relationships that ensure a high quality, cost effective flight training environment
  • Aviator employs both FAA & JAA flight instructors
  • FAA and JAA ratings available
  • Our fleet is comprised of 30 aircraft, of which 14 are multi-engine
  • You will have your own bedroom, bathroom, television and high speed internet
  • Shuttle service is available to and from the housing, school and shopping
  • We offer M-1 and F-1 visas

Schedule a visit today and experience the Aviator difference.

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