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How Much Do Pilots Make?

If you are considering turning your love of flying into a career, you are probably wondering how much pilots make. A pilot’s salary depends on what type of aircraft they fly and their level of experience. Within major airlines, the pay scale is usually set up to reflect where you fly, your years of flight […]

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How to Become a Pilot

If you are wondering how to become a pilot, there are many ways to do so. What path you take will depend on many factors, including which kind of aircraft you wish to fly and whether flying will be a hobby or a career choice. You will need FAA approved flight training and certification to […]

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How Long Does It Take to Become a Commercial Airline Pilot?

If your dream is to become a commercial airline pilot, there are several paths you can take to meet the requirements for this rewarding career. Each of these routes to your goal will take varying amounts of time, but you can complete your flight training on your own schedule with Kingsky Flight Academy. What Is […]

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How to Get a Commercial Pilot License

How to Get a Commercial Pilot License Holding a commercial pilot license  (CPL) qualifies you to be an airline pilot, tour pilot, cargo pilot, or flight instructor. With licensure, you are permitted by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to charge money for your services. A CPL alone doesn’t qualify you to be an airline pilot; […]

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National Interest Exceptions for International Students – COVID-19

The U.S. Department of State has banned entry from numerous countries in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Travelers are limited to entering the U.S. from covered locations if they were physically present there in a 14-day period before planning or attempting to enter the country—unless they qualify for a National Interest Exception (NIE). The Latest […]

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Private Pilot Requirements Part 141

Under Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) part 141, pilot schools are required to follow a structured training program for their students. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) oversees everything from course curricula to use of training aids and facilities, to flight instructor requirements. The following private pilot part 141 requirements are […]

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Training the Pilots of the Future

At Kingsky Flight Academy, we offer access to the highest quality, FAA-approved training. In addition to our own courses, we provide opportunities to both train and complete a degree online through Southeastern University (SEU) in Lakeland, Florida.

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The Right Aviation Training – Part 141 vs. Part 61 Flight School

If you are thinking of enrolling in flight school, the research stage is crucial. Choosing a Part 141 vs. Part 61 program depends on your goals. Flight schools often advertise as being one or the other or both. Regardless, they typically provide equally high-quality instruction and experience.

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Part 61 vs 141 Commercial Requirements

At Kingsky Flight Academy, we offer a comprehensive range of training programs for aspiring pilots. There are two types of training designated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA): Part 61 and Part 141. We offer both types of programs. Both offer the same quality of training, although Part 141 is more structured and suited for […]

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Florida Flight School Costs

The cost of flight training is highly variable. There are many factors to consider, from the location of training to the type of airplane used, to the specific training program and pilot’s license you pursue. Flight schools also consider hourly instructor fees and the costs of supplies (books, manuals, aviation headsets, etc.) and testing. To […]

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