Airline Pilot Training Rules for United States

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United States of American Federal Aviation Administration

Country: United States
Official Website: Federal Aviation Administration
Civil Aviation Authority Name (Native language): Federal Aviation Administration

What is the Federal Aviation Administration?

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is the national aviation authority of the United States that oversees and regulates all aspects of civil aviation matters. This includes airport and airspace safety and security, operations, management, personnel licensing and aircraft registration, flight training, and aircraft maintenance.

Can Epic Flight Academy train me to fly for the Federal Aviation Administration?

Yes. Each country and aviation governing body has different standards that must be met before you can fly for them. This is similar to airlines having different hiring requirements. We can prepare you to fly for any airline in any country. We wish you a successful airline pilot career full of blue skies, soft landings, and a generous salary. For more information on becoming a professional pilot in the United States, please contact us today.

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