Before taking off on a solo flight, it is essential to understand the regulations and limitations of the aircraft you will be flying. At Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology in Tulsa, Oklahoma, our aviation flight training program provides aspiring pilots with the opportunity to learn the topics and skills needed to become a safe and qualified pilot. To fly solo, a student pilot must receive an endorsement in their logbook from an authorized instructor who has provided the training within 90 days prior to the date of the flight. The Piper Seminoles are used for multi-engine pilot training and two flight simulators and an advanced full-motion aviation training device are also used.
The student must be proficient in the maneuvers and procedures prescribed by the FAA, as well as night navigation training in the vicinity of the airport where the solo flight will take place. To get a Restricted Air Transport (ATP) pilot certificate at FAA and regional airline posts, you must fly 1250 hours, which you can do as a CFI. Flight training prepares students for their respective FAA flight exams in accordance with the FAA aviator certification standards. At Spartan College, we provide comprehensive instruction and training for aspiring pilots. Our aviation flight training program is located at an airport controlled by a tower with double runways in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
We provide students with the experience needed to earn several Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) part 141 pilot certifications and qualifications. Before flying alone, it is important to become familiar with some of the FAA regulations and with the flight characteristics and operating limitations of the make and model of the aircraft you will be flying. Your flight instructor will give you some materials to study and then test your knowledge. When you pass, the instructor will approve your logbook for a solo flight. The endorsement means that your instructor believes that you are competent to fly alone.