CFI Certificates and Documents - QT

Lesson Quicktakes cover the items that should be memorized from each of the wifiCFI Lessons. They do not cover all of the lesson details in-depth.


PRIVATE PILOT

ELIGIBILITY

17 Years Old.

Read, write, speak, and understand English.

Pass Written Test.

Pass Checkride Exam.

Hold Student Pilot, Sport Pilot, or Recreational Pilot Certificate.


FLIGHT HOURS

40 hours Total Time

20 hours Dual Instruction

3 hours Cross Country

3 hours Night Flight

1 Cross Country over 100nm

10 Takeoffs and Landings to a Full Stop

3 hours Simulated Instrument

3 hours in previous 2 Calendar Months

10 hours Solo Flight Time

5 hours Solo Cross Country

One Solo Cross Country over 150nm Total Distance with Full Stop Landings at 3 points. One segment of flight must be greater than 50nm.

Three Takeoffs and Landings to a Full Stop at a Towered Airport.


RECENCY

To Act as PIC:

Flight Review every 24 Calendar Months.


To Act as PIC Carrying Passengers (Day):

3 Takeoffs and Landings in preceding 90 days in Category, Class, and Type.


To Act as PIC Carrying Passengers (Night):

3 Takeoffs and Landings in preceding 90 days in Category, Class, and Type. Landings must be at Night and to a Full Stop.


MEDICAL CERTIFICATES

First Class:

Privileges = Exercise ATP Certificate.

Durations = 6 Calendar Months if over 40 years old. 12 Calendar Months if under 40 years old.


Second Class:

Privileges = Exercise Commercial Certificate.

Durations = 12 Calendar Months regardless of age.


Third Class:

Privileges = All other operations.

Durations = 24 Calendar Months if over 40 years old. 60 Calendar Months if under 40 years old.


COMMERCIAL PILOT

ELIGIBILITY

18 Years Old.

Read, write, speak, and understand English.

Pass Written Test.

Pass Checkride Exam.

Hold Private Pilot Certificate.


FLIGHT HOURS

250 hours Total Time

100 hours in Powered Aircraft, 50 in Airplanes.

100 hours PIC that consists of:

50 in Airplanes

50 hours Cross Country, 10 in Airplanes

20 hours of training that consists of:

10 hours Instrument training, 5 in single engine airplane

10 hours training in Complex Airplane

One 2 hour day Cross Country, straight line 100nm

One 2 hour night Cross Country, straight line 100nm

10 hours Solo Time or PDPIC that consists of:

300nm flight with 3 landings, one leg must be 250nm

5 hours night VFR with 10 takeoffs and landing at towered airport


RECENCY

To Act as PIC:

Flight Review every 24 Calendar Months.


To Act as PIC Carrying Passengers (Day):

3 Takeoffs and Landings in preceding 90 days in Category, Class, and Type.


To Act as PIC Carrying Passengers (Night):

3 Takeoffs and Landings in preceding 90 days in Category, Class, and Type. Landings must be at Night and to a Full Stop.


MEDICAL CERTIFICATES

First Class:

Privileges = Exercise ATP Certificate.

Durations = 6 Calendar Months if over 40 years old. 12 Calendar Months if under 40 years old.


Second Class:

Privileges = Exercise Commercial Certificate.

Durations = 12 Calendar Months regardless of age.


Third Class:

Privileges = All other operations.

Durations = 24 Calendar Months if over 40 years old. 60 Calendar Months if under 40 years old.

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