What are the Airman Certification Standards?

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The Airmen Certification Standards, commonly known at the “ACS” are a series of documents that define how testing for pilot certificates and ratings is conducted. There are separate documents for the various certificates, ratings and categories of aircraft for which a pilot can be qualified. For example, the first ACS that most pilots will encounter is known as “Private Pilot – Airplane: Airman Certification Standards.” Within…

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What is Accelerated Flight Training?

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What is Accelerated Flight Training? Jan.20, 2016 by Jamie Beckett A term that has come into common usage in recent years seems obvious, but its true meaning remains a mystery to many. It’s easy to remember. It sounds important. Yet, few flight students know what it really means.  Accelerated flight training. Does it mean we fly faster? Does it require bigger, more expensive aircraft? Is it…

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Rexair Learn to Fly Night

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Come to Learn to Fly Night Spend an evening with pilots of Rexair discovering how you can earn your pilot’s license.  New aircraft will be on display and instructors will be available to answer your questions about the fun and utility of personal flying. If you or someone you know is thinking about embarking on a rewarding and lucrative flying career, we’ll have information and answer…

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Entry Level Pilot Jobs to Build Time and Experience

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Making the decision to enroll in a flight training program is the first step into a career position that can be rewarding on many levels. At some point during that training experience, you may find yourself wondering, how do I get from where I am to the flying job I really want? Like any other business, aviation offers entry level positions where you can gain the…

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Flight Training in Florida

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There is a reason that Florida is the premiere flight training destination in the world. Actually, there are several reasons. All of which cause locals and transients alike to seek out airports, flight schools, and training opportunities in the Sunshine State. “Learn to Fly Here,” should rightfully be featured on a sign alongside the highway as travelers enter the state. Anyone who wants to fly, regardless…

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