Pegasus Aviation Service, LLC
Private Pilot 30-120 days
Pivate Pilot req.
FAA Requirements to Become a Private Pilot:Be at least 17 years oldPass the FAA written examinationReceive Instructor's endorsementPass the FAA practical testBe able to read, speak and understand the English language
40 Hours Total Flight/Training Time which includes: 20 Hours of Dual Flight Instruction 3 Hours of Dual Night Flight 3 Hours of Instrument Training 10 Hours of Solo Flight 5 Hours of Cross Country Flight 10 Hours of Ground Instruction
how to become a private pilot
***DURING FLIGHT TRAINING***Flight Simulator:At home practice all maneuvers and procedures alongside with your flight lessons You will need to purchase a JoyStick and Flight Simulator X or Xplane Sign up for AOA media and practice along with their videos Mandatory Simulator Sessions in our Advanced Aviation training Device include but not limited to. Pre-solo – Engine start & runup, Level Flight/Climbs/Turns/Descends, Engine failure after takeoff Pre-solo cross country – VOR nav, Route fly over for each XC, Diversions due to Wx or closure Some days will start in the simulator to prepare the student for the following flight lesson Normal procedures Radio communication Emergency scenarios CFI PRESENTATIONS PRE-SOLO Training Video: Watch The Finer Points videos thoughout your training. Watch Pegasus training videos Exams: Pre-solo Written Exam Aircraft Checkout Exam Pre-solo Oral Exam Study Guide PRE-SOLO CROSS COUNTRY Pre-cross country Oral Exam Pre-checkride required viewing: Checkride prep 1 Allan Englehardt DPE Oral Exam Checkride prep 2 Andy Munnis DPE presentation on correcting checkride mistakes Checkride prep 3 Designated Pilot Examiner David Stahl
Checkride Prep: Verify you meet the requirements for the test with your instructor Apply for a Private Pilot Certificate Contact a Designated Pilot Examiner (DPE)