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Achieving your goals in the aviation industry

Pilot in Light Aircraft


Primary Training

The private pilot license allows a pilot to operate a SEL aircraft under normal VFR conditions. It is the certification held by the majority of pilots and the first step to becoming a commercial pilot.

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Advanced Training

After obtaining your private pilot license, the next step is to complete the instrument certification. This certification allows a pilot to fly with decreased visibility and lower ceilings. 

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Advanced Training

The commercial pilot license allows a pilot to receive compensation for flying. The requirements for the commercial license include several hours of training in a complex aircraft.



Multi-Engine Training

The Multi-Engine license is an "add-on" to the single-engine license and allows a pilot to fly an aircraft with more than one engine. This license broadens a pilot's horizon in regards to speed and power.

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Advanced Training

There are several options for pilots to hour-build, but one of the common ways is for the pilot to become a CFI. A certified flight instructor builds his hours while training future aspiring pilots. 



Advanced and Multi-Engine Training

The CFII is the next step after completing the CFI training. The CFII allows a flight instructor to instruct instrument students and an MEI allows an instructor to give his students multi-engine instruction.

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