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How to Stick to Your Flight Training Goal

Completing your flight training can seem difficult when you have other responsibilities to tend to in your life. However, by following these tips, you should be able to complete your flight training in your desired timeline.

How to Become a Certified Flight Instructor

Being a flight instructor is an exciting and rewarding experience. However, before you can start helping students earn their pilot licenses, there are few steps you must complete to become a certified flight instructor.

How to Balance College and Private Pilot Training Courses

If you’re concerned about enrolling in flight training while you’re in college, take a moment to consider your options. There are several ways to successfully balance your flight training and college courses.

The Benefits of Taking an Accelerated Flight Training Course

Between busy schedules and other personal commitments, finding the time to complete your private flight training hours can be difficult. Fortunately, you do have the option to take a 21-day accelerated private flight training course and get your license more quickly.

When is the Best Time of the Year to do Your Private Flight Training?

From unexpected weather conditions to busy personal schedules, there are several reasons why it is important to consider what time of the year you should take your private pilot training. Take a moment to understand the pros and cons of each season prior to enrolling in your course.

The Importance of Proper Aircraft Maintenance

Owning an aircraft comes with many responsibilities, including completing the routine maintenance that is required for all aircraft. The Federal Aviation Administration publishes required maintenance in their publication, FAR 91 Subpart E, which spells out in detail what inspections are required, what tests of avionics and other aircraft accessories are required, and even how an owner must maintain the records for maintenance performed. The FAA takes it a step further in FAR 43, where it is spelled out in detail what must be inspected for each inspection to be considered complete.

What is IFR Training?

Instrument Flight Training is the next logical step in your flight training. At Twin Cities Flight Training, our experienced pilots can teach you everything you need to know about instrument flying and attaining your Instrument endorsement on you Private Pilot Certificate.

The Perks of Accelerated Flight Training

Attain your pilot certificate with Twin Cities Flight Training’s accelerated flight training courses. Learn more here.

Helpful Tips to Pass the FAA Written Exam

Are you ready to take on the FAA written exam so you can obtain your pilot’s certificate? Follow this helpful guide.

First Steps in Becoming a Pilot

To obtain a private pilot certificate, you must go through rigorous training in the classroom and in the sky. Learn how Twin Cities Flight Training can walk you through the entire certification training.

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