Accelerated Flight Training - 14 Day Pilot

ACCELERATED 10 DAY INSTRUMENT RATING PROGRAM (IR)

Instrument rated pilots has the freedom to fly when everyone else stays on the ground (when the weather is below VFR conditions). This rating allows a pilot to fly by reference to instruments alone without having to look outside to reference the natural horizon. If you are looking to fly aircraft in weather conditions below VFR (in IMC conditions), the instrument rating is the way to go.

TESTIMONIAL

CHECK RIDE PREPARATION

In ensuring the high standard of all our graduates, 14DAYPILOT Flight Academy has prepared a customized preparation course known as Pass Oral Exam System (POES).

Pass Oral Exam System or POES is the preparation class that students will undergo before starting flight training in our Van Nuys Training Center. It can either be done online or in Indonesia, Asia.

A PREVIEW OF OUR LESSON PLANS

  • PART 1: The secret to Answer Regs oral exam scenario-based questions for Instrument Rating

  • PART 2: Mastering Aviation Weather Theory for Instrument Rating Check ride

  • PART 3: Powerful Airspace Learning Tools (Beat the Examiner for USA National Airspace System – PROVEN!)

  • PART 4: Understanding IFR ATC radio telephony and IFR procedures

  • PART 5: Learn to explain Aircraft System related to IFR scenarios

  • PART 6: Deeper understanding of Instrument Landing System and components related

  • PART 7: Airport markings, airport lighting and navigational aids related to mountain and night flying

  • PART 8: Learn to make an IFR Navigation Log that will impress your examiner

  • PART 9: Aeromedical factors you need to know related to planned flight plan

  • PART 10: FAA Oral Exam Simulation Mockup to PASS the Oral Exam!

PREREQUISITES

To be eligible to join the 110 Day Airline Pilot Integrated Traingin (APIT) program there are the following requirements:

The minimum requirements to start Instrument Rating (IR) is to possess a valid FAA Private Pilot License (PP) or a foreign based Private Pilot License (PPL). For those who have a PPL issued by a foreign county, 14DAYPILOT can help with the validation process.

The FAA requires minimum of 50 Hours PIC Cross Country in order to obtain Instrument Rating add on. If you are an experienced pilot we allow you to start the course with at least logged 35 hours’ PIC Cross country flight time.

In order to be eligible to start the IR program you must be able to obtain an FAA medical certificate, minimum 3rd class. The medical test can be done either in Indonesia or in USA

Every student that is not a US citizen looking to train in the USA will be required to get Transport Security Administration (TSA) approval to start training. Once approval is granted then they can start training.

The minimum age to get an Instrument Rating add on is 17 years old. There is no maximum age requirement.

Being able to understand, read and speak the English language is a mandatory requirement of enrollment. Every lesson, class and learning process will be done in English. Prior to entrance there will be an English exam to check proficiency.

IFR BENEFITS

FLY INSIDETHE CLOUDS

When flying visual (VFR) there are cloud clearances that need to be followed, as an IR pilot now you can enter and fly in the clouds by flying with reference to the flight instruments.

FLY INTO BUSIER AIRPORTS

As an Instrument Rated pilot you can fly instrument approaches into busier and bigger airports that have Instrument Approach Procedures (IAP).

FLY FURTHER

Some airports have specific Departure Procedures (DPs) and Arrivals (STARs) that need to be followed, which will be learned during the program.

FLY SAFER

With the Instrument Rating add on you will be able to fly in weather conditions less than VFR.

FLY HIGHER

As an Instrument Rated pilot, you are allowed to fly into Class A (alpha) airspace which starts at 18.000 feet altitude.

FLY HIGHER

As an Instrument Rated pilot, you are allowed to fly into Class A (alpha) airspace which starts at 18.000 feet altitude.

FLY SAFER

With the Instrument Rating add on you will be able to fly in weather conditions less than VFR.

FLY FURTHER

Some airports have specific Departure Procedures (DPs) and Arrivals (STARs) that need to be followed, which will be learned during the program.

FLY INTO BUSIER AIRPORTS

As an Instrument Rated pilot you can fly instrument approaches into busier and bigger airports that have Instrument Approach Procedures (IAP).

FLY INSIDE THE CLOUDS

When flying visual (VFR) there are cloud clearances that need to be followed, as an IR pilot now you can enter and fly in the clouds by flying with reference to the flight instruments.

LOCATION & HOUSING


VISA & TSA


14DAYPILOT Flight Academy has graduates and students from all over the world. To accommodate with international standards, we help our students with TSA and VISA processing. As the only TSA provider in Asia, we are given authority to grant approval for flight training.

Why to choose us

VISA Processing

For international / foreign students looking to start training in United States they must first be eligible to get a US Visa. A US VISA can be obtained by applying online and conducting an interview at the local US embassy in your country. Our team of professionals are ready to assist in completing the VISA process once enrolled.

Why to choose us

Official TSA Provider

14DAYPILOT Flight Academy has been listed as the only TSA Provider in Asia area. Each foreign student enrolled will have to apply for TSA approval before starting training. After approval is granted then they will have to get fingerprinted later in the US. For more information on steps and procedures to get TSA approval you can contact us.

Why to choose us

Fingerprint Instructions

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security requires all foreign pilots who are coming to the United States for initial training to submit fingerprints along with a TSA application. 14DAYPILOT Flight Academy can provide assistance and access to certified fingerprint collectors. Students will get their fingerprints collected the first day after arriving in the US.