INSTRUCTOR REQUEST Non-refundable $350 payment is due at your first class meeting by either cash or check paid to Steve Reisser. Bring a logbook and ID to first class. Acceptable sources of identification are listed in the below "List of Acceptable Identification Documents".
FAA REQUIREMENTS On the first class meeting the FAA requires students meet requirements for speaking the English language, presenting photo ID (types listed below), and meet the age requirement. Upon verification of below items A, B, and C, the Instructor will endorse the applicant log book to allow participation in aeronautical knowledge training. A record of this verification will be kept by the instructor for a period of 5 years in accordance with FAA AC 61-65F.
Requirements: A. English: Applicants must be able to speak and understand the English language B. Age. Applicants applying for a student pilot certificate, knowledge test, and practical test must show they meet the minimum age requirement for the certificate sought. In the case of an applicant under the age of 18 years, the applicant’s parent or guardian may have to accompany the applicant and identify themselves in accordance with regular application procedures C. Identification: An unexpired official government-issued means of identification presented must include a photograph of the applicant and the applicant’s signature. This information may be presented in more than one form of identification. List of Acceptable Identification Documents: • Unexpired U.S. passport (book or card). • Unexpired Enhanced Tribal Card (ETC). • Unexpired Free and Secure Trade (FAST) Card. • Unexpired Global Entry Card. • Unexpired U.S. Enhanced Driver’s License (EDL) or Unexpired Enhanced Identification Card (EID). • Permanent Resident Card (I-551) commonly referred to as a “Green Card.” • Unexpired Re-entry Permit (I-327). • Unexpired driver’s license issued by a state or outlying possession of the United States. • Unexpired temporary driver’s license plus expired driver’s license. • Unexpired photo ID card issued by a state or outlying possession of the United States. This must include a state or state agency seal or logo (such as a state university ID). • Permits are not considered valid identity documents (such as gun permits). • Unexpired photo ID card issued by a regional, county, city/municipal governmental authority, to include but not limited to law enforcement, governmental, education, transportation,utility authority. • Unexpired U.S. military ID card. • Unexpired U.S. retired military ID card. • Unexpired U.S. military dependent’s card. • Native American tribal document with photo. • Unexpired Department of Homeland Security (DHS)/Transportation Security • Administration (TSA) Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC). • Unexpired Merchant Mariner Credential (MMC). • U.S. Birth Certificate and an unexpired government-issued ID. • U.S. Naturalization Certificate with a raised seal, or Certificate of Naturalization issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) (Form N-550 or N-570) with a government-issued ID. • Certificate of Birth Abroad with raised seal, Department of State Form FS-545, or DS-1350 with government-issued ID. • Certificate of U.S. Citizenship with raised seal, or Certificate of Citizenship issued by USCIS or INS, or Certificate of Repatriation issued by USCIS or INS, together with a government-issued ID. • A Federal agency’s written certification to its employee’s U.S. citizenship, if the training is being conducted on behalf of that agency
Note: If an identity document appears to be fraudulent or shows signs of tampering, or if any of the identifying information on the identity document does not satisfactorily match the information on the application will be reported to one or more of the following U.S. Government Web sites: http://www.TSA.gov; http://www.DHS.gov;http://www.USCIS.gov
Make sure to bring your ID and purchase a pilot logbook. Logbooks are sold at any airport offering flight instruction.