Flight Training by Kraemer Aviation

Flight Training by Kraemer Aviation

Description

Welcome to the Kraemer Aviation Services Flight Training page found on the Flymall.


Click here for our Private Pilot information page



Click here for Pat's (Skywolf) flight training information



Click here for Gleim's Learn To Fly booklet (a pdf download)




Click here for our Lesson Plans page



Click here for our appearance and class schedule



Click here for Harry's Private Pilot Ground School Course








Click here for our FAA Approved Part 141 Programs



Click here for our new student/renter forms






To study and prepare for the FAA Knowledge test Harry recommends the following two products offered by Gleim

Gleim FAA Knowledge Test Prep Book



Private Pilot Online Knowledge Test Prep



Click on the link below for the Special Flight Rules Area training course. This is a required course for all pilots flying with 60 miles of DC

SFRA Training Link



TSA Training Link



Click here to print the required TSA training signature form







Click here for our Private Pilot brochure and local medical examiner list




Click here for the WIFA forum



Click here for an estimate on Private to Commercial training cost



Below are examples of checkrides collected over the years by Harry Kraemer. You can use these to prepare your applicants for their checkride. The actual examiner is not listed however for most of them knowing where the checkride took place will tell you who the examiner is/was. If you have some checkride notes that you would like to share you can email them to harry@flymall.org

Click here for examples of Private Pilot Checkrides



Click here for examples of Instrument Checkrides



Click here for examples of Commercial Pilot Checkrides




Click here for examples of CFI Checkrides



Click here for examples of CFII Checkrides





Our weekly "Best of YouTube" video




Private, Instrument, and Multi students need to complete the TSA process if you are not a US citizen.

Click here for step by step instructions for the TSA process



1.Determine applicability. The requirements for determining citizenship status for any student, whether U.S. or alien, applies only to flight training towards an initial pilot certificate, including a recreational pilot, sport pilot, or private pilot certificate; instrument rating; or multiengine rating.
2.Proof of citizenship. Student must show evidence of U.S. citizenship to instructor with one of the following:
a. Valid, unexpired U.S. passport
b. Original or government-issued birth certificate of the U.S., American Samoa, or Swains Island AND a government-issued picture ID
c. Original certificate of birth abroad with raised seal (Form FS-545 or DS-1350) AND a government-issued picture ID
d.Original certificate of U.S. citizenship with raised seal (Form N-560 or N-561) or a Certificate of Repatriation (Form N-581) AND government-issued pictured ID
e.Original U.S. Naturalization Certificate with raised seal (Form N-550 or N-570) AND a government-issued picture ID
3.Logbook or record-keeping requirements. An instructor must do one of the following:
a.Keep a copy of the documents used to provide proof of citizenship for five years
b.Make an endorsement in both instructor’s logbook, or other record used by the instructor to record flight student endorsements, and the student’s logbook with the following:
"I certify that [insert student's name] has presented me a [insert type of document presented, such as a U.S. birth certificate or U.S. passport, and the relevant control or sequential number on the document, if any] establishing that [he or she] is a U.S. citizen or national in accordance with 49 CFR 1552.3(h). [Insert date and instructor's signature and CFI number.]"
4.Students who change flight schools and/or locations will be required to prove citizenship and receive a logbook endorsement. Recurring logbook endorsements are required when students change flight schools or instructors (if the instructor did not know the student when the student received the initial logbook endorsement).


Click here for instructions on converting a foreign license to a US license






Click here for WIFA training links for WIFA employees










Tags: KAS, PrivatePilot, FAA, PvtPilot, flight training
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