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Pilot Certification Terminology
Aviation schools offer flight training and certification for those wanting to pilot different types of aircraft. Here is a list of terms that will help you to understand the various levels of pilot certification:

Student Pilot: A certificate given to a pilot in training. The certification allows that student to fly only when accompanied by a flight instructor under certain conditions.

Sport Pilot: Certification that allows for the flight of only light sport aircraft.

Recreational Pilot: The certification received after having completed a minimum of 30 hours of training according to Part 61 of the Federal Aviation regulations. Recreational pilots may fly in daytime only, and are allowed to carry only one passenger.

Private Pilot: Certification achieved after having successfully completed 40 or more hours of flight training. This certificate allows pilots to fly for business purposes across the country with more than one passenger. Pilots carrying private pilot certification may also fly at night. Passengers may share the cost of the flight with a pilot carrying private certification, but private pilots cannot charge passengers for the flight.

Instrument Rating: An adjunct qualification a pilot may receive in addition to private or commercial certification. An instrument rating requires additional training in meteorology, and further flight training as it relates to flight instrumentation.

Commercial Pilot: Certification for pilots with more extensive training than private pilots, who are allowed to fly for hire.

Flight Instructor: An individual who holds at least a commercial pilot certification or an air transport pilot certification, that has passed two written exams and an additional flight test. Flight instructors must demonstrate that they possess the instruction techniques, skills and experience required to safely and effectively teach people to fly.

Air Transport Pilot: The highest class of aircraft pilot certification. Air transport pilots are authorized to act as pilot-in-command of aircraft exceeding 12,500 pounds and over nine passenger seats.

 
 
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AA Polo Training Center
N/A, Frisco, TX 75034
We are a training school for people to learn how to play Polo with specialized instruction and highly trained horses within the Dallas and Fort Worth area of Texas.
(972) 904-6473
Miller Richard K Flight Instructor
3310 Highland Meadow Dr, Dallas, TX 75234
(972) 243-0146
Dallas School of Aeronautics
4511 Eddie Rickenbacker St, Addison, TX 75001
(972) 991-3048
The Allstadt Company
4585 Claire Chennault St, Addison, TX 75001
(972) 931-3705
Ameriflyers of Texas
18028 Whispering Gables Ln, Dallas, TX 75287
(972) 248-1775
Altos Computer Systems
13355 Noel Rd, Dallas, TX 75240
(972) 458-2305
Prestosim Inc
1000 Nolen Dr Ste 400, Grapevine, TX 76051
(817) 488-4870
Epic Aviation
6860 Dallas Pkwy, Plano, TX 75024
(972) 312-1766
Flight Safety International
900 Venture Dr, Allen, TX 75013
(214) 383-5192
Flight Safety International
8972 Trinity Blvd, Hurst, TX 76053
(817) 284-2835
Slipstream Aviation
5435 Saturn Dr, Dallas, TX 75237
Dallas' premier flight school. If you've always wanted to fly, now is the time to become a pilot and we're here to help. Call Today!
(817) 658-5988
International Aviation & Travel Academy
300 W Arbrook Blvd, Arlington, TX 76014
(800) 678-0700
Skymates Inc
5080 S Collins St Ste 104, Arlington, TX 76018
(817) 472-8307
Multi Engine Training
5104 S Collins St, Arlington, TX 76018
(817) 557-4004
Atp Inc
4844 S Collins St Ste 400, Arlington, TX 76018
(817) 419-6966


Looking into taking a course in flight school or an aviation schools for those who wish to take lessons so they can learn how to fly and for some finding a good aviation school to become a licensed pilot and for those who choose to make flying their career flying a private jet or a pilot for a commercial airline company. There are many exciting career as a professional pilot but in order to start, anyone who wishes to start must first attend an aviation school to begin learning about flying. The first step is to find a school, off hand, start by looking for any local airports in the area, if that does not suit your need then browse through newspaper or magazine classified and lastly a great resource to use is the internet. If there is more than one place that offers that fits your needs and budget, request additional material or information from the aviation schools to narrow down your search by looking at the courses, lessons plans, price, cost and the particular instructor and location. A experienced instructor is a plus factor in your course in flight instruction, lessons to prepare you to pilot an air plane, commercial jet, private jet or any type of flying craft and to people who are just learning about flying or taking aviation schools, most advanced schools or well known schools offer advanced facilities which offers high tech flight simulator or cockpit to offer the student valuable experience and tools to get your pilot license.
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