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15 FAA Medical Certificate Disqualifying Conditions for Pilots

15 FAA Medical Certificate Disqualifying Conditions for Pilots

One of the first steps towards fulfilling the dream of becoming a pilot is to obtain a medical certificate. This is part of the student pilot certification process. Once obtained, all medical certificates expire after a set period of time and must be renewed. Alternatively, pilots who meet the BasicMed criteria have the option of transitioning to the BasicMed certification program after obtaining their initial standard FAA medical certificate.
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Aircraft Category and Class: What is the Difference Between Them?

Aircraft Category and Class: What is the Difference Between Them?

What category and class of aircraft are you certified to fly? Now, what are the category and class of your private plane? One of the most confusing aspects of aircraft category and class designations is that there are actually two different sets of designations, depending on the frame of reference – pilot or aircraft.
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How it Works: Airspeed Indicator (Extensive Guide)

How it Works: Airspeed Indicator (Extensive Guide)

No matter what type of vehicle you are commanding, one of the most important things to know is how fast you are traveling. For that, you need to consult an instrument of some type. Cars have speedometers, and aircraft have airspeed indicators.

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Types of AIRMETs: Complete Guide on These 3 Conditions

Types of AIRMETs: Complete Guide on These 3 Conditions

As a responsible human being and pilot, before you commit to a flight, you naturally will want to check the weather. An AIRMET is one of the sources that pilots use to gather the meteorological information needed for flight planning and decision making.

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