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A Private Pilot is the holder of a Private Pilot License. They are able to fly to almost anywhere in the world, but are limited in the type of aircraft that they can fly. They are also not permitted to profit from any flight or advertise their services, although they may have their expenses partially, or in some countries, completely covered by the passengers.

Although most Private Pilots can only fly under the Visual Flight Rules (VFR) during the day, night and instrument ratings can also be obtained.

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Private Pilot Requirements You must obtain a student pilot certificate and at least a third class medical certificate All FAA tests are administered at FAA-designated computer testing centers (AvTest, CATS, or LaserGrade). • The private pilot knowledge test consists of 60 multiple-choice questions selected from the 738 airplane-related questions in the FAA's test bank. Each question and complete explanation is reproduced in Gleim's Private Pilot FAA Written Exam book and FAA Test Prep software.

After completing the required tests and traning you will be tested and if pass will be awarded your License which is only for non profit usage.


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