Are you interested in what it takes to become a FAA certificated Private Pilot? Or maybe just an interest in aerodynamics, weather or flight planning? Whatever it may be OAS can help!!! OAS will begin offering a live learning experience at our new state of the art learning center. There are significant advantages to a live course as compared to one online. First, you begin developing important industry relationships with instructors, pilots and aircraft owners. They can offer a wealth of information regarding the certification process as well as sharing their life experiences in aviation. Secondly in a LIVE classroom environment your questions will be answered quickly and thoroughly by your instructor. One more important aspect to OAS LIVE classes is that you will have training towards the “oral” portion of your practical flight test. The course developer is a 30 plus year FAA Designated Pilot Examiner that has written questions that, more than likely, will be asked on your flight exam. Along with your instructor’s guidance you will be more than adequately prepared for your FAA checkride. Let OAS help you become FLIGHT READY!
Your Private Pilot Live course consists of 24 hours of FAA instructor led presentations, discussions and testing. Class times and dates vary allowing you to choose the time that best fits your schedule. Subject areas covered will prepare you to take the FAA knowledge (written) test at the end of the course. You will also obtain a logbook endorsement showing compliance with FAR 61.105 of the FAA regulations. This endorsement clears the way for you to begin flight training towards acquiring your private pilot certificate! As a bonus to make you FLIGHT READY OAS will process your FAA Student Pilot Certificate at no charge to you! This saves the student a $100.00 administration fee!!
Private Pilot Knowledge Course
Meets FAA Part 61.105 (a)(b)(1)through(13) requirements
Day 1: Federal Aviation Administration
Airplanes and Aerodynamics
Airplane Instruments and Engines
Day 2: Airplane Systems Airports
Air Traffic Control and Airspace
Aircraft Performance and Weight & Balance
Day 3: Federal Aviation Regulations
Aeromedical Factors and Aeronautical Decision Making
Day 4: Navigation Systems
Day 5: Aviation Weather Services
Navigation: Charts & Publications
Day 6: Cross Country Flight Planning
Day 7: General Subject Review
Review Practice Test
Day 8: Practice Test and Review
Ortega Aviation Services recommends you continue to take practice exams until the scores are consistently higher than 80%. Please contact OAS if there is a need for additional instruction or clarification for a specific subject area. YOUR success is OUR success! Teresa Ortega – 316 925 7700 or 316 655 1992.