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14 CFR 61.1

Applicability and definitions - what Part 61 is about, definitions of important terms used in Part 61

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14 CFR 61.3

Requirement for certificates - must have a pilot certificate, photo ID, and medical with you while flying. Must have an instrument rating to be PIC under IFR. Must show certificates to FAA inspectors, law enforcement officers, etc.

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14 CFR 61.15

Alcohol/drug offenses - various alcohol or drug-related offenses will get your pilot certificates suspended or revoked. DUI convictions must be reported to the FAA within 60 days.

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14 CFR 61.23

Medical certificates - which class of medical is required for which flight operations, how long each class of medical lasts

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14 CFR 61.31

Additional training requirements - requirements for type ratings, endorsements (complex, high-performance, high-altitude, tailwheel aircraft)

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14 CFR 61.35

Knowledge tests - requirements for taking knowledge test: instructor endorsements, photo ID requirements

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14 CFR 61.39

Practical test prerequisites - general requirements for practical tests include knowledge test, required training and aeronautical experience, medical, instructor endorsement

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14 CFR 61.49

Retesting after failure - need to receive retraining and an endorsement from an instructor

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14 CFR 61.51

Logbooks - what time must be logged, how to log it, definitions of things like PIC time and instrument time

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14 CFR 61.56

Flight review - required every 24 months to act as PIC, 1 hr flight / 1 hr ground, certain substitutes allowed (e.g. checkrides)

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14 CFR 61.57

Currency - 3 takeoffs/landings to carry passengers, night currency, instrument currency, how IPCs work

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14 CFR 61.63

Additional ratings - rules for adding new categories (specified training/experience required) and classes (specified training/experience not required) to pilot certificate

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14 CFR 61.83

Student pilot eligibility - 16 years old, read/speak/write/understand English

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14 CFR 61.87

Solo requirements - prerequisites for soloing, endorsements required for solo flight

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14 CFR 61.89

Student pilot limitations - things a student pilot can't do while acting as PIC

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14 CFR 61.93

Solo cross-country requirements - prerequisites for solo cross-countries, endorsements required for solo cross-country flight

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14 CFR 61.95

Solos in Class B - student pilot needs training and endorsement before operating in/at Class B.

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14 CFR 61.103

Private pilot eligibility - 17 years old, English proficient, pass knowledge and practical test, hold a student pilot certificate

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14 CFR 61.105

Private pilot knowledge - list of knowledge areas a private pilot applicant must log training on

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14 CFR 61.107

Private pilot flight proficiency - list of areas of operation for a private pilot checkride

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14 CFR 61.109

Private pilot experience - hours and training required to qualify for private pilot checkride

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14 CFR 61.113

Private pilot privileges and limitations - things you can and can't do as PIC with a private certificate.

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14 CFR 61.123

Commercial pilot eligibility - 18 years old, English proficient, pass knowledge and practical test, hold a private pilot certificate

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14 CFR 61.125

Commercial pilot knowledge - list of knowledge areas a commercial pilot applicant must log training on

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14 CFR 61.127

Commercial pilot flight proficiency - list of areas of operation for a commercial pilot checkride

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14 CFR 61.129

Commercial pilot experience - hours and training required to qualify for commercial pilot checkride

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14 CFR 61.133

Commercial pilot privileges and limitations - things you can and can't do as PIC with a commercial certificate.

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14 CFR 61.183

CFI eligibility - 18 years old, English proficient, pass knowledge and practical test, hold a commercial certificate with instrument rating, get FOI and spin training/endorsements

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14 CFR 61.185

CFI knowledge - list of knowledge areas for FOI training, must also have training on all knowledge areas for private and commercial

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14 CFR 61.187

CFI flight proficiency - list of areas of operation for a CFI checkride