Private Pilot Ground Training
A. 5-10 hours of simulator training prior actual aircraft Flight trainingB. Computer Base ground Training C. Flight TrainingTotal Time: 40 hours minimum which consists of at least
Private Pilot License
Solo Flight Ground Training
Solo: 10 hours minimum of solo flying in a single engine airplane on the Private Pilot areas of operation including:1. 5 hours of solo cross country flying;The OBAP Solo Flight Academy (SFA) is a two-week submersion in aviation training designed to excite and deepen exposure to opportunities in aviation, culminating in an unforgettable solo flight experience.Tailored and restricted to young adults ages 16 – 19, the academic curriculum establishes the foundation of a productive and successful career in aviation-related professions. While enrolled in the academy, students will receive approximately 40 hours of cursory and condensed ground school detailing federal air regulations, basic meteorology, navigation, basic engine theory, aircraft performance, basic maneuvers, STEM core principles, and the Airman’s Information Manual.
Solo Flight License
Upon successful completion of the ground school, students will receive at least 10 hours of flight time. Basic flight instructions given by FAA certified instructors will consist of aircraft familiarization, preflight procedures, taxiing, and parking, straight and level flight, climbs, glides, stalls, slow flight, takeoff and landings, and emergency procedures. Once Federal Aviation requirements are met, the student will be cleared to serve as a “sole manipulator” for their very first time.
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