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Learn to Fly - Become a Pilot

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Learn to Fly - Become a Pilot! explains the entire flight training process to help you understand the basics of flight training, how to choose a flight school, how to pay for flight training, and how to get the most out of each flight training program. Each step and its associated learn to fly topics offer detailed information and tips about the flight training process, what you should expect, how to choose a flight school, how much flight training costs, and more.

Learn to Fly! Learning to fly is a feeling that can't be explained until you start taking flight training lessons and experience it for yourself. If you're thinking about learning to fly to become a pilot for pleasure, business, or as a career, you've come to the right place

There are over 2,000 flight schools, helicopter schools, and aviation colleges worldwide that offer various flight training programs to help you earn your pilot certificates and ratings. Before you drive to the airport or apply to an aviation college, you should read through the Learn to Fly steps provided below to help you understand the entire flight training process.


Learn to Fly consist of the following steps to help you get started:

 

Step 1: Flight Training Basics

Before you start flight training, you should define your flying goals and have a general understanding about the basics of flight training.
 
Topics to help you understand the basics:
Types of Pilot Certificates & Ratings
FAA Medical Certificates
Flight Training Aircrafts
Pilot Positions and Flying Jobs
 
 

Step 2: Choosing a Flight School

Choosing a flight school that meets your individual needs, educational and career goals is not an easy task and is an important decision to make.
 
Steps to help you choose a flight school:
Types of Flight Schools
Flight School Certification: Part 61 or Part 141
Flight School Options
Flight Schools Directory
 
 

Step 3: Flight Instructor & Student Pilot

You should have a clear understanding about the flight instructor and student relationship when flight training.
 
Understand the roles of the instructor and student:
Types of Flight Instructors
The Role of a Flight Instructor
The Role of a Student Pilot
 
 
Step 4: Getting Started - Flight Training
Before you start flight training, you should understand the flight training process and all costs associated with training at a fligth school.
 
Topics to help you get started are:
The Flight Training Process
Tests (i.e. Knowledge, and Practical Tests)
Flight Training Costs
How to Pay for Flight Training
 
 
Step 5: Pilot Flying Jobs
There are various pilot and flying job opportunities available to novice and experenced pilots. Your goal is to find a flying job that meets your goals.
 
Steps to help you find a job:
How to Build Flight Time
Employment Sectors and Aviation Employers
Airlines Address Directory
 
 
Step 6: Becoming an Airline Pilot
If you’re interested in becoming an airline pilot, there are two paths to choose from, in which both paths have their advantages and disadvantages:
 
The Civilian Route (Civilian Pilot)
The Military Route (Military Pilot)
 
 

Credit: Written by Sedgwick Hines Copyright 2004-20011 AvScholars Publishing, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

 

 

 


 

 

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Learn to Fly: Become a Pilot is your one-stop source to information on flight training, flying lessons, flight schools, and helicopter schools. Learn about the entire flight training process to help you earn your pilot certificates or ratings such as student pilot certificate, commercial pilot certificate, instrument rating, and others.

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