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Great presentations in the lessons and I love the test prep. I can handle my drone better now, I feel legal, and safer when I fly. Best of all, now I am qualified to fly for money! Thanks for making it easy and fun.

Jose Carlos
Aug 20, 2020
I took an Explorer Course because I wanted to learn more about what it is like to be a Pilot. I feel like I have actually learned everything I need to know to fly an airplane by myself. A small airplane, not a Boeing or Airbus. Lol. The course has been a great experience. I feel more confident, a...

George (Pilot)
Jan 14, 2021
I completed the Private Pilot course and took the FAA knowledge test. Everything on the test I learned in the course. Thanks for helping me complete my Private Pilot license! The course made it all easy to understand and was just what I needed for the first step to my career as a pilot!

Cheng, CQ
Jul 20, 2020
I received my graduation certificate today and am super ready to take the FAA test. It’s not easy, but it’s clear and simple. I like the narration.

Jenna S.
Jul 12, 2021
Easy content to follow, good test prep. Take notes! I wish I could have taken this for my Private and Instrument. Many thanks!

Ethan K.
Jul 12, 2021
The course has a slow pace and can be hard, but concepts are explained well. I like that I didn’t need an instructor to take the FAA test.

Maya S.
Jul 12, 2021
Thorough. Good to have my own pace and no need for an instructor, unless I ask.

Fred C.
Jul 12, 2021
Because of my full-time job and family this let me study for my test whenever, without scheduling with an instructor. I liked doing something that I often thought about but never did. Well done, great course.

Sean M.
Jul 12, 2021
How do I know if I am technically qualified for FAA tests?

Our 141 online courses give you access to FAA tests without the need for an instructor. The courses prepare you for the questions and if you don’t pass, send us a copy of your report and we’ll refund your course fee. The FAA has specific guidelines for all of their tests. For most, you have to be at least 16 years of age, read, write, and speak the English language. To learn more, such as how much the tests costs, where to take a test, and what materials you need visit the FAA website - Airman Testing (faa.gov)

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