Request a Practical Exam:
Note: as soon as your exam is scheduled, you will receive a follow up email which will ask for you to send some required documents, as well as an email detailing the scenario to prepare for the practical exam.
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EFB usage will be allowed to meet all ACS tasks, but the GPS function must be turned off as you will be evaluated on pilotage, dead reckoning, and your use of approved equipment for navigation for the cross country portion. After those ACS tasks are evaluated, you can use the EFB as you choose. All equipment in the airplane is allowed to be used, however you may be evaluated on systems failures and malfunctions as detailed in the ACS. If using an EFB, it is recommended that you also bring a form of backup, in the event of a failure of your EFB. If your EFB fails due to heat, dead battery, or mechanical failure and the required ACS tasks are unable to evaluated, then that will result in an unsatisfactory outcome. All electronic devices must comply with 91.21.
Payment can be made with an electronic transfer (wire, Zelle) or cash. Credit cards may be used for an additional 5%.
If you are requesting a practical test, please fill out the following form. You will receive a confirmation email when it is scheduled.
Types of Practical Exams that can be conducted:
** Multi Engine land can only be accomplished in the following twins: BE50 BE55, BE58, PA30, PA34, BN2P
Not just another airline pilot! Sarah is currently a FAA Safety Team Lead Representative, NAFI Master Instructor, Gold Seal flight instructor, and 757/767 pilot for a Major U.S. airline. Sarah holds an ATP, CFI, CFII, MEI and has flown over 7000 hours. She holds a pilot license in 4 different countries (USA, Canada, Belize and Iceland - EASA) and has flown over 150 different types of airplanes in 22 different countries including oceanic crossings in small aircraft. She is the owner and chief pilot of an international aircraft delivery company and tailwheel flight school. Since aviation for work isn't enough, she also lives in a hangar home on the west side of Houston! She continues to stay involved in general aviation through her leadership roles and volunteering for different aviation organizations. Although much of her flying is now professional in nature, she enjoys flying her Super Cub, Patches, on her days off. As a regular attendee of Oshkosh and local fly-ins, she enjoys the company and camaraderie that general aviation brings and is passionate about aviation safety and flight training. MORE INFO AND LIST OF AIRCRAFT FLOWN .
How to be prepared for success:
We both want you to walk out with a temporary airman certificate!
Being prepared sets a positive tone for the practical exam and ensures we can start and finish on time, especially with limited daylight hours coming up.
Some tips to ensure that it all goes smoothly:
The practical exam is meant to evaluate your knowledge, risk management, and skills as outlined in the ACS - it’s not to trick you or make the tasks arbitrarily difficult. The goal is to evaluate you how you would fly in real life, and therefore there are no restrictions on the use of any tools you choose to use. See below on guidelines concerning the use of EFBs.
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1900 Cardiff Road
Brookshire, TX 77423
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