introduction to Start Flying learn to fly fixed wing aircraft learn to fly helicopters or autogyros learn to fly ultralights and microlights learn to fly gliders learn to fly hangliders learn to fly paragliders and paramotors learn to fly balloons

   fixed wing aircraft
 
  all about pilot ratings

 
  choosing a flight school
 
  private pilot licence
 
  FAA eligibility requirements
 
  instrument rating
 
  instrument rating FARs
 
  multi engine rating
 
  commercial licence
 
  commercial pilot FARs
 
  airline transport licence
 
  airline transport licence FARs
 
  licence conversions

choose the right flying school in the US

  • Find out where the school is based.  Is it within a reasonable distance from your home?
  • Take the opportunity to visit the various school's in person.
  • Check the costs of training at different school's. 
  • Check whether ground school costs are included within the price quoted.
  • Ask what type of fleet the school has and are the aircraft well maintained.
  • Ask what  the aircraft availability is like.
  • Ask the school whether you will have a personal instructor or different instructors throughout your training.
  • When visiting the school  make sure you feel comfortable within that particular environment.
  • Try and speak to other students that have used or are using the school and get their opinion.
  • For more information on individual schools click on any available web links.

 

 
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