Becoming a Pilot
Victory Lane Aviation maintains a Part 61 school. We are willing to work with students at all levels of experience and construct a personalized lesson plan that fits your schedule. Our flight instructors are flexible to your needs.
You must provide these documents before starting your training:
· Driver’s License(if applicable) or government issued ID
· Birth Certificate with a raised seal OR Passport
You must also submit:
· A Victory Lane Aviation Signed Rental Agreement
· A completed Credit Card on File Form
There is no minimum age to start training; however, you must be 16 years of age to solo an aircraft and 17 years of age to qualify for a Private Pilot Certificate.
To achieve a Student Pilot Certificate, you must attain third-class medical certificate. Click here to find an Aviation Medical Examiner approved to issue third-class medicals in your area (http://www.faa.gov/pilots/amelocator/). Once endorsed by our instructors, you may begin soloing. Once you have amassed 10 hours of solo flight time, and 40 hours total hours of flight time, you must pass a written examination as well as fulfilling all flight requirements. Finally, you must pass a check ride with a designated examiner. Your Private Pilot Certificate will never expire. In order to keep current, you must complete a flight review every 24 calendar months. Our flight instructors can provide this service as well.
For more information on attaining a pilot’s license from the FAA visit this website: http://www.faa.gov/pilots/become/.
Concord Regional Airport’s website: http://www.concordnc.gov/departments/concord-regional-airport.
How to start?