We encourage you to evaluate financing options. Once training has started, it’s best not to have any interruptions. Stopping and starting your flight training costs much more in the long run, because your skills and knowledge become dull when you are grounded while saving up funds to fly. It is more cost and time efficient to have your flight training funds readily available so you can train without interruption.
An individual must be 16 years old to solo an aircraft, 17 years old to obtain a Private Pilot Certificate, 18 years old to obtain a Commercial Pilot Certificate and 23 years old to obtain an Airline Transport Certificate. FAR Part 121 (major airline regulations) require all pilots to retire at the age of 65.
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