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What is the first step to becoming a pilot?

Decide what you want to fly. FAA's rules for getting a pilot's license (certificate) differ depending on the type of aircraft you fly. You can choose among airplanes, gyroplanes, helicopters, gliders, balloons, or airships. If you are interested in flying ultralight vehicles, you don't need a pilot's license.

You should also think about what type of flying you want to do. There are several different types of pilot's licenses, from student pilot all the way up to airline transport pilot. The information below describes the eligibility, training, experience, and testing requirements for Student Pilots, Recreational Pilots and Private Pilots.

 

This article was published by Federal Aviation Administration. Please visit www.faa.com for current information - Reprinted with permission.

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1 How To Become an FAA Air Traffic Controller - Pre-Employment Testing FAA 6513
2 How To Become an FAA Air Traffic Controller - Job Offers & Accepting a Position FAA 1791
3 How To Become an FAA Air Traffic Controller - Pay, Benefits, & Training FAA 2759
4 Air Traffic Collegiate Training Initiative (AT-CTI) FAA 3371
5 How To Become an FAA Air Traffic Controller - Path 3 FAA 1750
6 How To Become an FAA Air Traffic Controller - Path 2 FAA 1876
7 How To Become an FAA Air Traffic Controller - How to Apply FAA 2360
8 How To Become an FAA Air Traffic Controller - Path 1 FAA 2399
9 How to Become an FAA Air Traffic Control Specialist FAA 3052
10 Student Pilot Training and Limits FAA 1505
11 Recreational Pilot and Private Pilot Practical Tests FAA 1446
12 Recreational Pilot and Private Pilot Knowledge Tests FAA 1881
13 Become a Pilot Frequently Asked Questions FAA 1422
14 Student Pilot's Certificate Requirements FAA 1700
15 Recreational Pilot and Private Pilot Certificates FAA 1474
16 Medical Certificate Requirements FAA 1683
17 Become a Pilot-Limits on the Recreational Pilot Certificate FAA 1349
18 Deaf Pilot Aircraft Operations FAA 3591
19 Known 'Best Practices' for AIRFIELD SAFETY FAA 1552

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