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Learn To Fly Guide

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Learn To Fly Guide

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Learn To Fly Guide

  1. 1. TYPES OF CERTIFICATIONS PRIVATE PILOT A private pilot certification allows you to fly practically anywhere in the United States, as long as the weather is nice. Flying in rainy or stormy conditions is not permitted with a private pilot certification. Additionally, pilots with this certification must remain below 18,000 feet when they fly. SPORT PILOT This certification requires fewer hours of training, and pilots are restricted to smaller one- or two-seat aircraft classified as light sport aircraft. Pilots with this certification also must fly during the day and only under favorable weather conditions. RECREATIONAL PILOT Pilots with this certification have more options regarding the types of aircraft they can fly, but they are restricted to flying within a 50-mile radius of their home base. These pilots also may only carry one other passenger and can fly no higher than 10,000 feet. TO EARN ANY OF THESE CERTIFICATIONS, YOU MUST MEET ALL OF THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS: —— You must be at least 16 years old to fly solo. —— You must be at least 17 years old to receive your pilot certificate. —— You must be able to speak, read and understand English. —— For private and recreational certificates, you must hold at least a third-class medical certificate. —— For sport pilot certificates, you must have at least a current and valid United States driver’s license. www.aeromarineinterior.com LEARN TO FLY WHAT ARE YOUR OPTIONS? CERTIFICATION TYPE: GOOD FOR: AVERAGE COST: HOW LONG IT WILL TAKE: SPORT Day flights in light aircraft $3,000 3 months PRIVATE Flying for business or personal travel, clear weather only $7,000 4 months INSTRUMENT Flying for business or personal travel, clear or cloudy weather $10,000 6 months MULTI-ENGINE Flying aircraft with two engines $10,000 3 months after receiving your private certification COMMERCIAL Flying professionally $20,000 8 months FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR Teaching others to fly $22,000 12 months AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT Being an airline captain Airlines may pay for your training 6 months to 4 years, depending on the airline BELOW IS SOME INFORMATION ABOUT CERTIFICATIONS YOU CAN EARN IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BECOMING A PILOT.

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