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Types of Practical Exams that can be conducted:
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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.
Link to appointments available calendar. Events shown as "busy" are the available appointment times. If there is nothing shown on a date, then there is no appointment available.
Designated Pilot Examiner
Houston Executive Airport (KTME)
1900 Cardiff Road
Brookshire, TX 77423
About your Examiner
EFB usage will be allowed to meet all ACS tasks, but the GPS function must be turned off as you will be evaluated on your use of approved equipment for navigation. All equipment in the airplane is allowed to be used, however you may be evaluated on use of ground based navigation (VOR, etc) as well as pilotage/dead reckoning for a portion of the practical exam. If using an EFB, it is recommended that you also bring a form of backup, in the event of a failure of your EFB. 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%.
NOTICE: The preferred method of communication and scheduling is email, which will be responded to much more quickly than phone/voice/text.
If you are requesting a practical test, please fill out the following form. You will receive a confirmation email when it is scheduled.
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