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Course Overview

The Time Building theoretical preparation course is conducted as a distance learning course with live online lessons via our virtual classrooms. It will cover basic knowledge from PPL and the familiarization with airspaces and regulations of the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) in the USA to ensure that the students are theoretically prepared before they start flying.
  • Holder of a PPL License 
  • Must hold a Valid FAA Class 3 Medical Certificate
  • Aeronautical Decision Making
  • Aeronautical Regulations and Operational Procedures – Flight Manuals and Other Documents
  • Meteorology for Pilots – Interpreting Weather Data ( Aviation Weather Services )
  • Flight Environment – Airport Operations
  • Information on Charts and Airspaces
  • Navigation and Radio Navigation
  • Human Factor Principles – Aeromedical Factors
  • Our virtual classroom is set up with the latest technological advancements to ensure a prime level of learning.
  • Students can attend lectures, go through the reading materials, complete assignments, and fulfill their theoretical requirements.
  • Students can save tremendous time and funds on their overall pilot training!
  • Courses are broadcasted LIVE so that students may voice questions and enable optimum interactivity
  • At the end of each “class”, students have the opportunity to partake in guided discussions to clarify any misunderstandings they might have concerning the lecture.


Time Building Theoretical Prep

$ 550
  • Introduction, Air operation rules - main differences (0.5 hr)
  • Airspaces (1 hr)
  • ATC - general description (1 hr)
  • Local base operation (1 hr)
  • Local weather phenomena (0.5 hr)
  • High terrain and high temperature operation (1 hr)
  • Overseas operation (0.5 hr)
  • Remote airfield operation (0.5 hr)
  • Night Flight (0.5 hr)
  • Emergency and medical help (0.5 hr)
  • Maintenance and technical issue (0.5 hr)
  • FlyingAcademy standard operating procedures (1 hr)
  • Typical trip briefing (0.5 hr)
  • Review - Test

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