Accelerated Private Pilot – (14 Days)

Two Week Private Pilot Certificate Course

Our 14 day Private Pilot accelerated program was designed for people that have tight schedules but still want to learn to fly. This accelerated course program is intended to be fast, educational and effective. Our students are trained quickly with private custom instruction provided by our expert FAA approved Instructors. We take great care to train and guide our student pilots safely through the entire process from no experience to getting your license.

At Elite Aircraft we take great pride in our program’s high success rate. We want you to finish our course, pass the checkride and became a safe and qualified private pilot. Our program offers accelerated private one on one instruction with the same Flight Instructor for the entire course. We find that our students have a higher success rate by having the same instructor to complete their flight and ground instruction. Most of our students finish the program in 14 days or less.

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Our students are required to have the following items prior to starting our program:

1. Be at least 17 years of age.

2. Be able to read, write, and converse fluently in English.

3. Have obtained at least a third-class FAA medical certificate.

4. Have the FAA knowledge written test certificate property showing a passing score of 70% or better.

5. Have a proper aviation headset that is in working order.

6. Have a valid Birth Certificate or Current Passport showing proof of US citizenship and a valid Photo ID.

7. TSA Approval if required.

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FAA REQUIREMENTS TO OBTAIN A PRIVATE PILOT CERTIFICATE

1. Be at least 17 years of age.

2. Be able to read, write, and converse fluently in English.

3. Obtain at least a third-class FAA medical certificate.

4. Receive a logbook endorsement from an authorized instructor who: (1) Conducted the training or reviewed the person’s home study on the aeronautical knowledge areas listed in §61.105(b) of this part that apply to the aircraft rating sought; and (2) Certified that the person is prepared for the required knowledge test.

5. Pass a knowledge test with a score of 70% or better.

6. Accumulate appropriate flight experience (see FAR 61.109). Receive a total of 40 hr. of flight instruction and solo flight time.

7. Receive flight instruction and demonstrate skill (see FAR 61.107).

8. Successfully complete a practical (flight) test, which will be given as a final exam by an FAA inspector or designated pilot examiner; it will be conducted as specified in the FAA’s Private Pilot Practical Test Standards.