Age: Private Pilot students must be at least 16 years of age to solo and 17 years of age for FAA Certification. Commercial Pilot students must be at least 18 years of age for FAA Certification.
Language: To hold an FAA Pilot Certificate you must be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language and have at least English Level 4 English ability
Medical: For Student, Private, Instrument, Commercial and Flight Instructor you must hold at least an FAA Third Class Medical Certificate to solo as a student or take an FAA Practical Test for Airman Certification.
Education: There is no education requirement for an FAA pilot Certificate. But a High School Diploma is recommended for a Commercial Pilot Certificate and at least 2 years of college or equivalent work experience for a Flight Instructor Certificate.
Citizenship: You must be a U.S. Citizen or a Foreign National with a valid work permit.
Visa: You may do flight training on an F-1 visa if the flight training is incidental to your educational degree program.
Complete Enrollment Application
Present proof of citizenship
Bring pilot logbook or school transcripts for training credit
Obtain FAA Medical Certificate (not required but recommended)
Notes: There is no enrollment fee required.
JB Aeronautics does not require pilots pay in advance to receive flight training or rent an airplane. It is only necessary to pay for training as received—no charges. Payment may be in the form of cash, check or a major credit card.
In accordance with Section 94874 of the Education Code, JB Aeronautics will not accept a prepayment for services in excess of $2,500.00.