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FAA PPL

Overview
Of the Course

PPL (A) training is the first step towards becoming a professional pilot and our online theory courses are designed for applicants with 0 to little flight experience.

FAA Private Pilot License – PPL (A) is a qualification that allows the holder to fly on single-engine land (SEL) aircraft in visual meteorological conditions (VMC) as pilot-in-command (PIC) or co-pilot on aircraft in non-commercial operations without remuneration. 

Ground Training

The Online PPL (A) Theory is conducted as a fully distant training course. The ground lessons are provided by professional lecturers from our modernly equipped studio. The classes are performed daily, giving you the possibility to study on a daily basis even when you are away from school! The course covers all 9 subjects of the PPL syllabus.

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Flight Training

In order to obtain a Private Pilot License, the student must complete a minimum of 35 hours of flight under Part 141 and a minimum of 40 hours of flight under Part 61.

 

Requirements

16 Years Old

16 years of age & above

Class 3 Medical License

Must hold a Valid Class 3 Medical Certificate

Qualifications

Must be Proficient in English, Math, and Physics

Why Choose Flying Academy

Access Innovative Learning Management System

Broad International Community

Top of the Line Fleet

Experienced & Talented instructors

Located in Miami & Los Angeles

State of the Art Virtual Classrooms

Complete ground training from the comfort of your home

Interactive Coursework, Stage Checks, and Monitored Progress

Dedicated flight training consultant & customer support

Locations

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Miami, Florida
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Los Angeles California, Corona
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Los Angeles California, Van Nuys

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