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Title: FAA Private Pilot Requirements


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FAA Private Pilot Requirements
  • AVIA 1310

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Ms. Susan Arthurs
  • Assistant Professor
  • Room 210E

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Office Hours
  • Monday 1 5 p.m.
  • Tuesday and Thursday
  • 9 11 a.m.
  • 3 5 p.m.

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  • When once you have tasted flight, you will
    forever walk the Earth with your eyes turned
    skyward, for there you have been and there you
    will always long to return.
  • Leonardo da Vinci

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  • In flying I have learned that carelessness and
    overconfidence are usually far more dangerous
    than deliberately accepted risks.
  • Wilbur Wright in a letter to his father,
    September 1900

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Inspired by the birds
  • Icarus c. 1700 BC
  • Beware, dear son of my heart, lest in thy
    new-found power thou seekest even the gates of
    Olympus . . . . These wings may bring thy freedom
    but may also come thy death.
  • Daedalus to Icarus, after teaching his son
    to use his new wings of wax and feathers

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Manned flight
  • 1783 first manned flight
  • 1881 heavier-than-air craft
  • Flight by machines heavier than air is
    unpractical and insignificant, if not utterly
    impossible.
  • - Simon Newcomb, 1902
  • 1903 first powered, controlled flights

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Manned flight
  • 1909 first flight across English Channel
  • 1910 airships make first airline flights
  • 1914 first scheduled airline flights air
    sea
  • 1916 WWI
  • 1919 first Transatlantic flights

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Manned flight
  • 1924 first circumnavigation of world by air
  • 1927 Charles Lindbergh first solo, non-stop
    Transatlantic flight
  • 1931 Amy Johnson, first woman to fly from
    Britain to Australia, solo
  • 1932 Amelia Earhart, first woman solo, non-stop
    Transatlantic flight
  • 1937 Hindenburg disaster, end of era
  • 1939 first flight by jet aircraft

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Manned flight
  • 1940-45 WWII
  • 1947 Chuck Yeager flies faster than speed of
    sound
  • 1951 Tourist class introduced in airlines
  • 1952 first scheduled passenger flight by jet
  • 1953 first scheduled flights by turboprop
    airliner
  • 1958 Pan Am Transatlantic service B-707

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Manned flight
  • 1961 Yuri Gagarin first man in space
  • 1966 Helicopters important in Vietnam War
  • 1969 Land on the moon
  • 1976 first commercial Concorde flight
  • 1981 first flight of US space shuttle
  • 1986 Voyager completes the first
    nonstop-without-refueling flight around the world
  • 1988 Stealth aircraft unveiled
  • 1999 first balloon circumnavigation of world

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Getting Started
  • FAA Federal Aviation Administration
  • FARs Federal Aviation Regulations
  • Part 91
  • Part 91.106
  • Part 141
  • Part 61

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Where to get your training
  • FAA approved flight schools Part 141 CMSU
  • Must meet prescribed standards
  • FBOs Fixed Base Operators
  • FAA CFIs Certificated Flight Instructors

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Ground school
  • General aeronautical knowledge
  • CFI
  • Self study
  • Formal ground school classes such as this one!

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Syllabus
  • Both ground and flight lessons
  • Coordinated

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When can I fly?
  • Take lessons anytime
  • To solo
  • At least 16 yrs. old
  • Read, speak, write, understand English
  • Hold at least a third class medical certificate

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Medical Certificate Student Pilot Certificate
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To become a Private Pilot
  • At least 17 yrs. Old
  • Specific training and flight time requirements
  • Pass a knowledge test
  • Successfully complete a practical test
  • Oral quiz
  • Perform pilot operations
  • Execute maneuvers in aircraft

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Part 141 vs. Part 61
  • Part 141
  • Ground instruction (this class)
  • Three Stage exams (80 score)
  • Two final exams (80 score)
  • (The second one can be the FAA knowledge test)
  • FAA knowledge test (70 score)
  • Flight requirements - minimum
  • 35 hours total
  • 20 hours dual instruction
  • 5 hours solo

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Part 141 vs. Part 61
  • Part 61
  • Ground instruction
  • CFI
  • Self study
  • Formal classes
  • Flight requirements minimum
  • 40 hours total
  • 20 hours dual instruction
  • 10 hours solo

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Cost Flight and Ground
  • Based on aircraft rental and instructor fee
  • Time needed will depend on
  • Your comfort level
  • Your progress
  • Any previous flying experience
  • Frequency of lessons
  • Ground instruction
  • Depends on which method you use
  • Formal class
  • Individual lessons
  • Home study books
  • Combination

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  • What are flying lessons like?

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Course sequence
  • Presolo
  • First solo
  • Cross-country
  • Practical test preparation

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Private Pilot privileges
  • PIC Pilot in Command

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What kind of aircraft can I fly?
  • Pilot license
  • Category
  • Class
  • Type make and model

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Category Airplane
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Category - Rotocraft
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Category - Glider
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Category Powered-lift
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Category Lighter-than-air
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Aircraft categories
  • Based on intended use
  • Limits operation
  • Categories
  • Normal
  • Utility
  • Transport
  • Acrobatic
  • Restricted
  • Experimental

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Does Private Pilot Certificate Expire?
  • NO
  • BUT
  • There are currency requirements for PIC
  • Biennial flight review
  • one hour ground instruction, one hour flight
    instruction
  • 3 take offs and landing in same category/class in
    past 90 days
  • Must have a current medical certificate for the
    type of flying you intend to do

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  • When once you have tasted flight, you will
    forever walk the Earth with your eyes turned
    skyward, for there you have been and there you
    will always long to return.
  • Leonardo da Vinci

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Review
  • Inspiration
  • History time line of manned flight
  • FAA, FARs Parts 91, 141, 61
  • Where to get flight and ground training
  • Syllabus for this course - sequence
  • Requirements to solo
  • Medical Certificate
  • Requirements to become a private pilot

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Review
  • Part 141 vs. Part 61 training
  • Cost
  • What flying lessons are like
  • PIC
  • Pilot license
  • Category
  • Class
  • Type

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Review
  • Aircraft categories
  • Pilot Certificates dont expire
  • Currency requirements
  • Medical requirements

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Aviation Opportunities
  • You succeed in getting your Private Pilot
    Certificate
  • Whats next?

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Attitude
  • Stay current
  • Get instruction for pilot operations you dont do
    often
  • Unfamiliar airports
  • Night
  • Larger, busier airports
  • Long time since you have practiced aviation
    skills
  • Ask questions
  • Hang out at the airport listen and absorb
  • Dont assume you know everything

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Expand your horizons
  • Mountain flying
  • Aerobatic flight
  • Airplane transitions
  • High performance aircraft
  • Complex aircraft
  • Conventional gear aircraft
  • Homebuilt aircraft

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Aviation Organizations
  • Alpha Eta Rho
  • Flying Mules Flight Team
  • AOPA
  • EAA
  • The Ninety-Nines, Inc.
  • Civil Air Patrol

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Magazines
  • Flying
  • AOPA Pilot
  • Air Space
  • Private Pilot
  • Plane Pilot
  • GA News
  • Aviation Week Space Technology


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More Ratings
  • Instrument rating
  • Multi-engine rating
  • Seaplane rating
  • Other category and class ratings
  • Rotorcraft Helicopter
  • Glider
  • Lighter-than-air Balloon

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Other Pilot Certificates
  • Commercial Pilot
  • Certified Flight Instructor (CFI)
  • Airline Transport Pilot (ATP)
  • Recreational Pilot

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Aviation Careers
  • Air taxi charter
  • Aircraft sales
  • Land survey, photography
  • Sightseeing
  • Powerline and Pipeline patrol
  • Air ambulance
  • Supplies to disaster areas

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Aviation Careers
  • Fire fighting
  • Wildlife surveying
  • Aircraft test flying
  • Law enforcement
  • News
  • Banner towing, glider towing, skydivers
  • FAA safety inspectors, test pilots, airspace
    inspection

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Aviation Careers
  • Flight instructing
  • Regional airlines (Commuters)
  • Major airlines
  • Corporate flying
  • Aerial application
  • Military, Coast Guard

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Introduction to Human Factors
  • Chapter 1
  • Section C

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Human Factors in Aviation
  • What is it?
  • Why do we study human factors?

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Why do we study human factors?
  • Aircraft are reliable
  • Technology
  • Human error
  • 75 of all aviation accidents are human factors
    related

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What are human factors?
  • Aeronautical Decision Making
  • Decision- making Process
  • Crew Resource Management (CRM)
  • PIC responsibility
  • Self assessment
  • Hazardous Attitudes
  • Interpersonal Relationships

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What are human factors? (continued)
  • Communication skills
  • Effective listening
  • Barriers to communication
  • Verbal and nonverbal communication
  • Resource use
  • Recognition
  • Internal
  • External

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What are human factors? (continued)
  • Workload management
  • Planning/preparation
  • Prioritizing
  • Work overload
  • Situational awareness
  • Operational conditions
  • Environmental conditions
  • Obstacles to maintaining situational awareness

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What are human factors? (continued)
  • Aviation physiology
  • Pressure effects
  • Ear and sinus block
  • Toothache
  • Gastrointestinal pain
  • Scuba diving

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What are human factors? (continued)
  • Motion sickness
  • Stress
  • Fatigue
  • Noise

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Alcohol, drugs and performance
  • Depressants
  • Alcohol
  • Hangover
  • Pain killers
  • Stimulants
  • Other drugs

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Fitness for flight
  • Are you?
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