INSTRUMENT PILOT - JANUARY 21, 22 & 23, 2023
Class will be held at the Hampton Inn, Canton, Ga
IMPORTANT NOTE CONCERNING TAKING THE WRITTEN TEST AFTER JANUARY 13TH, 2020: The FAA now requires that applicants who sign up to take a pilot test have a student pilot license or at least have applied for it and have been issued an FTN number. You and an instructor can log onto the IACRA.com website and complete the form.
We provide weekend accelerated courses for the private, commercial, instrument, and instrument instructor knowledge exams. You have probably heard the term "cram courses" or "crash courses." We prefer to use the term "accelerated courses" because we don't just memorize answers but rather focus on teaching all subject matter thoroughly so that the student understands the answer. In fact, beginning in mid-summer, 2016, the FAA is making the Private and Instrument written tests more difficult , which means classes teaching the subject matter thoroughly are more important than ever! No more memorizing answers!
If you are a prospective private, commercial or instrument pilot and need to pass the written test in only one weekend, we currently have ground school classes scheduled in the Atlanta area, Completion of any of our ground courses will allow you to get the written out of the way so you can concentrate on flying!