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Private Pilot certificate

Receive your private pilot’s license in 35-45 days. This fast track program requires the written test completed before the program start date.

Private Pilot License
what the program includes
Aircraft 50 Hours
Instructor 40 Hours
Ground 30 Hours
Pilot Kit / Orientation Ground Class
35-45 Training Days
Prerequisites

There are some requirements you must possess in accordance with 14 CFR 61.103.

•  Be at least 17 years of age at the time of your practical and oral exam (16 years old to solo)

•  Be able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language

•  Pass the required knowledge test

•  Receive training and logbook endorsement from an authorized instructor

•  Meet the aeronautical experience requirements of this part that apply to the aircraft rating being sought before applying for the practical

•  Pass the practical test on the areas of operation listed

•  Comply with appropriate sections of this part that apply to the aircraft category and class rating sought

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Instrument Rating

Receive your Instrument Rating in only 14 days. Applicants must have the written test complete and all-time building requirements complete before program start date.

Instrument Rating
what the program includes
Aircraft 25 Hours
Flight Simulator 20 Hours
Instructor 30 Hours
Ground 15 Hours
Time Building (if needed) 35 Hours
14 Training Days
Prerequisites

There are some requirements you must possess in accordance with 14 CFR 61.65.

•  Hold at least a private pilot certificate

•  Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language

•  Pass the required knowledge test in the areas listed in 61.65(b)

•  Receive training and a logbook endorsement from an authorized instructor

•  Meet the aeronautical experience requirements of 61.65(d)

•  Pass the practical test on the areas of operation listed in 61.65(c)

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Commercial Pilot certificate

Receive your commercial pilot’s license flying full time, this program can be accomplished in 7-10 days. Applicants must have 240 hours total time, cross country time building, and written test completed prior to the program start date.

Commercial Pilot License
what the program includes
Aircraft 10 Hours
Flight Complex Aircraft 10 Hours
Instructor 20 Hours
Ground 15 Hours
Time Building (if needed) 90 Hours
7-10 Training Days
Prerequisites

There are some requirements you must possess in accordance with 14 CFR 61.123.

•  Be at least 18 years of age

•  Hold at least a private pilot certificate

•  Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language

•  Pass the required knowledge test in the areas listed in 61.125

•  Receive training and a logbook endorsement from an authorized instructor

•  Meet the aeronautical experience requirements of 61.129

•  Pass the practical test on the areas of operation listed in 61.127(b)

•  Comply with the sections of this part that apply to the aircraft category and class rating sought

•  Time Building Options are Available to meet Prerequisites

•  Time building to include 250TT for Commercial Checkride

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Commercial Multi-Engine

Receive your Commercial Instrument Multi-Engine rating in only 6 days. This flight program is full time and requires availability to fly 5-6 times per week.

Commercial Multi-Engine
what the program includes
Aircraft 10 Hours
Instructor 10 Hours
Ground 10 Hours
6 Training Days
Become a Multi-Engine Pilot

A multi engine license can greatly expand your options when flying cross country, or when purchasing an airplane for business travel. It is also an important step if you aspire to become a professional pilot. In general, multi engine airplanes are larger, faster, and more capable when flying in instrument flight conditions because of their redundant systems. However, they are also challenging. The redundant systems add complexity, and aerodynamic characteristics unique to operating with one engine inoperative require new skills in order to handle emergency conditions safely. For full AZ pilot training, contact Classic Air Aviation.

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Certified Flight Instructor (CFI)

Receive your initial CFI rating in only 10-14 days. Written tests and lesson plans must be completed prior to program start date. This program is full time and requires 5-6 days per week.

Certified Flight Instructor (CFI)
what the program includes
Aircraft 15 Hours
Instructor 15 Hours
Ground 20 Hours
10-14 Training Days
Prerequisites

There are some requirements you must possess in accordance with 14 CFR 61.123.

• Be at least 18 years of age;

• Be able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language. If the applicant is unable to meet one of these requirements due to medical reasons, then the Administrator may place such operating limitations on that applicant’s flight instructor certificate as are necessary;

• Hold either a commercial pilot certificate or airline transport pilot certificate with:

• An aircraft category and class rating that is appropriate to the flight instructor rating sought; and

• An instrument rating, or privileges on that person’s pilot certificate that are appropriate to the flight instructor rating sought

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Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII)

Receive your CFII in only 6-10 days. Written tests and CFII lesson plans must be completed prior to program start date.

Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII)
what the program includes
Aircraft 5 Hours
Flight Simulator 5 Hours
Instructor 10 Hours
Ground 5 Hours
6-10 Training Days
Become a Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII)

As a certified flight instructor,you will now be in demand to provide training for new and student pilots seeking certification and various endorsements. The instrument rating is an important endorsement and training for any pilot seeking to master the skill of instrumentation. With this type of instructor certification, you will also be qualified to administer instrument proficiency examinations. This certification is an add-on to your existing flight instructor certification with our Arizona flight school programs.

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Multi Engine Instructor (MEI)

Receive your MEI in only 6 days. Fast track programs are full time and require 5-6 days of availability per week.

Multi Engine Instructor (MEI)
what the program includes
Aircraft 10 Hours
Instructor 10 Hours
Ground 10 Hours
6 Training Days
Become a Multi Engine Instructor (MEI)

As a certified flight instructor, you will now be in demand to provide training for new and student pilots seeking certification and various endorsements. The multiengine rating is an important endorsement and training for any pilot seeking to master the skill of flying twin engine aircraft. This certification is an add-on to your existing flight instructor certification through our Arizona aviation school.

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Tailwheel Endorsement

Receive your tailwheel endorsement in only 2-3 days. This program is challenging but rewarding as very few pilots fly taildraggers!

Tailwheel Endorsement
what the program includes
Aircraft 10 Hours
Instructor 10 Hours
Ground 3 Hours
2-3 Training Days
What are some of the taildragger advantages?

Due to its smaller size the tailwheel has less parasite drag than a nosewheel, allowing the conventional geared aircraft to cruise at a higher speed on the same power. Tailwheels are typically less expensive to buy and maintain than a nosewheel. If a tailwheel fails on landing, the damage to the aircraft will be minimal compared to nose-wheel aircraft. This is not the case in the event of a nosewheel failure, which usually results in propeller damage. Tailwheel aircraft are easier to man-handle on the ground and, due to their lower tail, they will fit into some hangars more easily.

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