Certficates & Ratings

  • Student Pilot: an individual who is learning to fly under the tutelage of a flight instructor and who is permitted to fly alone under specific, limited circumstances

  • Sport Pilot: an individual who is authorized to fly only Light-sport aircraft

  • Recreational Pilot: an individual who may fly aircraft of up to 180 horsepower  and 4 seats in the daytime for pleasure only

  • Private Pilot: an individual who may fly for pleasure or personal business, generally without accepting compensation

  • Commercial Pilot: an individual who may, with some restrictions, fly for compensation or hire

 

  • Most pilot certificates and ratings require the applicant to pass a knowledge test, also called the written test. The knowledge test results are valid for a period of 2 years, and are usually a prerequisite for practical tests. Resources available to prepare for the knowledge test may be obtained from pilot supply stores or vendors. The exceptions where a knowledge exam is not required for a practical test are for some add-on ratings after the initial license, such as a powered aircraft pilot adding another category rating at the same license level.
    
    
  • To take knowledge tests for all pilot certificates and ratings, the applicant must have a sign-off from a ground or flight instructor. These are usually given by an instructor who has taught a ground school course, provided ground instruction or reviewed the applicant's self-study preparations.  
    

 

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Short Final Aviation LLC

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Twin Falls, Idaho 83301

Phone:702.201.0752

 

 

 

E-mail:

shortfinalaviationllc@gmail.com

 

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