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How to Become a Pilot

REQUIREMENTS
At least 17 years of age or older
Fluent in both verbal and written English
Preferably 20/20 Vision and must NOT be colorblind 
Find a qualified school (Aeronav Flight School) and enroll!

Step 1: Apply for a Student Pilot License 
STUDENT PILOT LICENSE
□2nd Class Medical Certificate
□NSO Birth Certificate
□NBI Clearance

Step 2: Undergo Ground Training (100 Hours)
Subjects for discussion:
– Aircraft General Knowledge 
– Air Law
– Communication
– Flight Performance & Planning
– Human Performance
– Meteorology
– Navigation
– Operational Procedures
– Principles of Flight

Step 3: Pass the school’s ground training examination

Step 4: FLY! Complete the required minimum of 40 hours of widespread flight training. 20 Hours of dual flight instruction, 10 hours of solo flight and 10 hours of either solo or dual flights.

Step 5: Apply for a Private Pilot License. 
PRIVATE PILOT LICENSE 
□Student Pilot License
□Flight Logbook (at least 40 hours)
□Pass the ATO Knowledge Test
□NTC License (Radio Telephony)
□English Language Proficiency at least Level 4
□Pass the ATO Practical Flight Test and Oral 
Examination (Check Ride)

Once you are a private pilot license holder you are now allowed to fly your own plane or hop on a plane and do personal activities such as discover the skies, do rescue missions, etc. Unfortunately you are not yet allowed to be employed or hired and paid for your pilot services.
If you wish for a commercial pilot career, you may proceed.

Step 6: Undergo Ground Training (150 Hours)
Subjects for discussion:
– Aircraft General Knowledge
– Air Law
– Flight Performance & Planning
– Human Performance
– Meteorology
– Navigation
– Operational Procedures
– Principles of Flight
– Radio Telephony

Step 7: FLY! Complete the required minimum of 120 hours of widespread flight training.

Step 8: Apply for a Commercial Pilot License 
COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENSE 
□Need to be at least 18 years of age or older
□Private Pilot License
□1st Class Medical Certificate
□Flight Logbook
□Pass the ATO Knowledge Test
□NTC License (Radio Telephony)
□English Language Proficiency at least Level 4
□Pass the ATO Practical Flight Test and Oral 
Examination (Check Ride)

To Complete the General Aviation Courses you are to complete the last course which is the Instrument Rating. This is an added rating to your PPL and CPL. This course’s core is the additional instructions in weather and intensive instrument flight training in flight solely by reference to instruments.

Step 9: Undergo Ground Training for Instrument Rating (30 Hours)

Step 10: Complete the required minimum of 20 hours of widespread flight training with 20 hours of simulation time.

Step 11: Apply for an Instrument Rating License 
INSTRUMENT RATING LICENSE 
□Private Pilot / Commercial Pilot License
□Medical Certificate
□Flight Logbook
□Pass the ATO Knowledge Test
□Pass the ATO Practical Flight Test and Oral 
Examination (Check Ride)

Now that you have finished the General Aviation Courses (PPL, CPL, IR) you are now allowed to be employed and paid for your pilot services. If you wish to become a higher level commercial pilot who’s into passenger transport, you may then proceed into getting additional Multi Engine Rating and the Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL), wherein the procedure is a lot similar as to acquiring the previous licenses.

I hope this write up enlightens you and makes your dreams of becoming a pilot be more clearer. The demand is high. Enroll now and be part of this industry of prestige.

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