PRIVATE PILOT LICENSE
Earn your Private Pilot License in just for 35 days with our accelerated instructional program.
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On completion of the Private Pilot course (including the FAA practical examination) allows the pilot to act as Pilot‐In‐Command (PIC) of an aircraft carrying passengers or property, but not for compensation or hire, subject to FAR Part 91.
What's included in the Private Pilot Course?
Private Pilot License Course Requirements
To be eligible to pursue your Private Pilot License, you must:
Be at least 16 years old to fly solo.
Be at least 17 years old to receive your private pilot certificate.
Read, speak, write, and understand English.
Obtain at least a third-class medical certificate.
Total Time: 40 hours minimum
Dual: 20 hours minimum of flight training with an instructor on the Private Pilot areas of operation including:
3 hours of cross country flight training in a single engine airplane;
3 hours of night flight training in a single engine airplane, that includes at least:
a) 1 cross country flight of over 100 nm total distance; and
b) 10 T/O’s and 10 landings to a full stop with each involving a flight in the traffic pattern at an airport.
3 hours of flight training by reference to instruments in a single engine airplane; and
3 hours of flight training in a single engine airplane within the 60 days prior to the practical test.
Solo: 10 hours minimum of solo flying in a single engine airplane on the Private Pilot areas of operation including:
5 hours of solo cross country flying;
1 solo cross country flight of at least 150nm total distance with full stop landings at 3 points and one segment of at least 50nm between T/O and landings; and
3 T/O’s and landings to a full stop at an airport with an operating control tower.