Golden way of process going through the PPL, 46.5 Hours, 2.5 Months..
- Make Sure You’re Eligible. …
- Obtain a Student Pilot Certificate. …
- Pass a Third-Class Aviation Medical Exam. …
- Find an Instructor. …
- Take the FAA Written Exam. …
- Start Flying. …
- Take the Checkride (FAA Practical Exam) …
- Get Your License.
So, what exactly do I need to become a pilot?
Hello Buddies, Aviators, Aviation enthusiasts,
From ZERO , Let’s assume you are starting with no flying experience at all, which is how most of our professional pilot students begin at Flight School You ll enroll. We will walk you through the steps you’ll need to take to become a pilot:
Step 1: Research flight schools.
You ll be a Foreign Student in USA, Find the flight training school that best suits your needs and has positive reviews from its graduates. This is a big step, and you want to make a good decision. After you apply and are accepted, there is more to do. I-20, Financial Proof Doc, VISA application,VISA and Travel to USA…. My advise to you is to apply TSA before coming to USA. Sometimes , approval might take longer time more than 3 weeks.
Step 2: Get your medical certificate.
All student pilots must pass an FAA medical exam with an Aeromedical Examiner (AME). If you plan to become a commercial pilot, you’ll need a class 3 medical certificate. (Averagely 65-85 $)
Step 3: Get your FAA Student Pilot certificate.
This makes it official! You’ll apply for this through IACRA (Directory and Information System of All Aviatiors of USA ), and you will need it to fly with your instructor.
Step 4: Begin Ground School classes.
Private pilot ground school ( AGI, CFI ) provides the practical knowledge you’ll need to know while for flight planning and flying. This preparation is so essential that You ll be passing Written Exam just after Ground Lessons.
Step 5: Begin flight lessons.
While in ground school, you’ll begin training in simulators and airplanes alongside a certified flight instructor (CFI). This lets you turn your knowledge into skills as you continue your pilot training.
Step 6: Pass the “written.”
The FAA Private Pilot Knowledge Test, known as the “written” to student pilots, assesses your knowledge of aviation in areas such aerodynamics, weather, flight instruments, weather, etc. Passing rate of this exam is 70 % . My advise is to APA student to take more than 85 %, ıf they want to expose less question in Oral and Practical Exam..
Step 7: Pass the checkride.
The FAA Private Pilot Practical Exam, also known as the checkride, assesses your flying skills and knowledge of practical applications in the cockpit. Passing this is the final step. Congratulations, you’re a private pilot! This entire process takes approximately 2 – 3 months., depending on your skill and knowledge You have gained…
That s All the way going through the PPL License , just 45 Hours..