During your orientation or discovery flight, you must be able to provide Check6Air with proof of U.S. citizenship. This can be in the form of either a valid U.S. passport or birth certificate and government issued photo I.D. Your instructor will make copies of these for our records. If you are not a U.S. citizen, please reach out to us prior to scheduling.
All non-US citizens must submit an application with the TSA prior to starting flight training.
Getting started, he or she must obtain a student pilot certificate (IACRA), as well as a minimum third class medical endorsed by a certified Aviation Medical Examiner (AME). Both of these will be required to fly an aircraft solo, so it is a good idea to ensure students qualify medically prior to any in-depth flight or ground training.
Both students and certified pilots must show a satisfactory level of knowledge and skill with one of our instructors, prior to renting an aircraft for solo or personal use. The checkout form and pre-solo test will be required by all certified pilots. Students and CFI's may also download the Private Pilot Checklist.
FAA KNOWLEDGE EXAM
Students are encouraged to study and pass their knowledge exam as soon as practical. The FAA exams require 70% to pass and consist of 60 multiple choice questions for the Private Pilot Airplane (PAR) and Instrument Rating Airplane (IRA), and 100 multiple choice questions for the Commercial Pilot Airplane (CAX). Exam costs are $175 each.
JOIN LOCAL EAA CHAPTER
Joining a local chapter can bring many opportunities. An EAA chapter is a local group of aviation enthusiasts with interests ranging from aircraft building, engaging youth, aviation safety, vintage aircraft, ultralights, warbirds, aerobatic flight, and everything in between. EAA chapters often have meetings, fly-ins, cookouts and more!
EAA Chapter 373 is located in Richmond/Hagerstown, IN. Click the Facebook icon below to get connected!
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