Fly With Excellence
The Private Pilot license is the first certification aspiring pilots must accomplish. With the private pilot's license, the pilot may fly anywhere under visual meteorological conditions (VMC). A pilot can also fly passengers for nonprofit, and have access to any single engine aircraft with the appropriate ratings.
Private Pilot License
The Instrument Rating enables a certified pilot to fly by instruments and through instrument meteorological conditions (IMC). The instrument rating is a great benefit to all pilots in case of weather restrictions. The instrument rating opens doors to new challenges in your aviation adventure.
The Commercial License is an important license to pilots who are considering flying for profit. This will include training in complex aircraft that will meet the requirements of earning the license. With this license in hand, a pilot finally has the option to fly for hire.
The Multi Engine Rating allows a certified pilot to fly a multi engine airplane. Pilots considering the airline industry should consider this rating, as many companies will consider flight experience on an airplane with two engines valuable.
The Flight Instructor license will allow a pilot to instruct and teach the future generations of student pilots.
Teaching aviation has great benefits as well as help the pilot become a better aviator.
Flight Instructor License
The Airline Transport Pilot License (ATP) is the highest pilot rating. It will enable the applicant to fly as an airline transport pilot or an aircraft weighing more than 12,500 pounds. Fly the California Airways with confidence. The ATP is the most important license requirement for an airline career job.
Airline Transport Pilot License (ATP)
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