Introductory Flight Training (MASL: P119036)

Last updated: 22 Jun 2021

Introductory Flight Training (IFT) is an indoctrination course of flight instruction conducted by select civilian Fixed Base Operators (FBO). International Student Aviators will receive a maximum of 25 flight hours in an FAA approved course of instruction pursuant to 14 CFR 141. Students will also receive associated ground training necessary to complete the FAA Private Pilot Airplane Airman Knowledge Test. Students must successfully complete the FAA Private Pilot Airplane Airman Knowledge Test with a minimum score of 80 percent. To complete the course of instruction, students must successfully solo the aircraft and/or receive 25 hours of flight instruction. If a student completes the solo flight before the 25-hour flight hour limit, at the discretion of their parent service, they may continue to receive flight training up to the 25-hour limit. If a student fails to solo but attains 25 hours of flight instruction, they will have completed the course.

Military Articles And Services List (MASL)
 
P119036
 
Pre-requisite
 
N/A
 
Course Requirements
 
English Comprehension Level Test Score: 80 minimum
 
Length
 
7.2 weeks
 
Location
 
Pensacola, FL 32508
 
Notes
 
N/A
 

Point of Contact
Naval Education and Training Security Assistance Field Activity
(NETSAFA)

250 Dallas St., Suite B
Pensacola, FL 32508-5269

Contact Us
 

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Introductory Flight Training (MASL: P119036)

Last updated: 22 Jun 2021

Introductory Flight Training (IFT) is an indoctrination course of flight instruction conducted by select civilian Fixed Base Operators (FBO). International Student Aviators will receive a maximum of 25 flight hours in an FAA approved course of instruction pursuant to 14 CFR 141. Students will also receive associated ground training necessary to complete the FAA Private Pilot Airplane Airman Knowledge Test. Students must successfully complete the FAA Private Pilot Airplane Airman Knowledge Test with a minimum score of 80 percent. To complete the course of instruction, students must successfully solo the aircraft and/or receive 25 hours of flight instruction. If a student completes the solo flight before the 25-hour flight hour limit, at the discretion of their parent service, they may continue to receive flight training up to the 25-hour limit. If a student fails to solo but attains 25 hours of flight instruction, they will have completed the course.

Military Articles And Services List (MASL)
 
P119036
 
Pre-requisite
 
N/A
 
Course Requirements
 
English Comprehension Level Test Score: 80 minimum
 
Length
 
7.2 weeks
 
Location
 
Pensacola, FL 32508
 
Notes
 
N/A
 

Point of Contact
Naval Education and Training Security Assistance Field Activity
(NETSAFA)

250 Dallas St., Suite B
Pensacola, FL 32508-5269

Contact Us
 

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