FAA (Minimum) Requirements: Get started at any age but you must be 16 years old to fly solo; Be
17 years of age to take your Private Pilot Course checkride; Obtain a 3rd Class FAA Medical
Certificate (or higher); English proficiency.
Sport & Recreational
FAA (Minimum) Requirements: 17 years of age, 20 hours for Sport; 30 hours for Recreational.
FAA (Minimum) Requirements: Hold at least Private Pilot certificate, 50 hours cross-country PIC,
40 hours actual or simulated instrument time.
Bush flying involves operations in rough terrain where there are often no prepared landing
strips or runways, frequently necessitating that bush planes be equipped with abnormally large
tires, floats, skis or any other equipment necessary for unpaved runway operation.
"What will you do!?" A variety of previous aviation accidents, in fact 50% of all fatal aviation
accidents, prove the need for Aerobatics Training and Upset Prevention & Recovery Training
(UPRT) exists, not only for airline pilots but for pilots of any kind.
For all non-educational inquiries, rentals, maintenance, Enrollment Orientation Flights, gift
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Private Pilot Program
Career Pilot Program
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FAA Part 141 Approved. FAA Part 61 Courses are also
available. Veterans: Use your benefits towards flight training. ACCSC Accredited: Setting standards of educational quality. BPSS Approved: The Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision (BPSS)
oversees and monitors non-degree granting proprietary schools in New York State. EASA Approved: AOA provides students a full EASA ATPL Theory program and
testing all in a single location.