This online ground school course offers 35 hours of content to helps you pass your FAA Written Exam on the way to becoming a Private Pilot. It teaches you the theory portion and comes with an Instructor Endorsement that is required to be able to take the exam.
This online ground school course offers 35 hours of content to helps you pass your FAA Written Exam on the way to becoming a Private Pilot. It teaches you the theory portion and comes with an Instructor Endorsement that is required to be able to take the exam. You'll have over 800 practice questions, a 44-page student guide, and a test pass guarantee.
Greg Reverdiau has been an aviation professional since the early 2000s. Greg currently holds the following FAA certificates: Certified Flight Instructor, Commercial Pilot (for single and multi-engine), and UAS Remote Pilot. Greg has worked for two of the biggest aeronautical universities in the country (managing flight training programs of up to 500 students and 50 aircraft) and in teaching roles as an adjunct professor.
Greg now concentrates on educating the next generation of manned and unmanned pilots by creating online courses. Greg holds a Bachelor’s degree in Aeronautical Science and a Masters Degree in Aviation Human Factors, both from the Florida Institute of Technology.
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