In the Link Below you will find information on applicability, step by step guidance on submitting a request for flight training, and answers to frequently asked questions. Information on this link applies to non-U.S. citizens who wish to conduct flight training in an aircraft weighing less than 12,500 (typically under a Category 3 training request).
AOPA Aliens and Non-U.S. Citizens Seeking Flight Training Guide: Click Here!
Currently we are not taking international students. Only U.S citizens and/or U.S permanent residents or individuals with
ALIENS AND NON-U.S. CITIZENS SEEKING FLIGHT TRAINING GUIDE
U.S. CITIZENS SEEKING FLIGHT TRAINING
Before a U.S. citizen can begin flight training toward an initial FAA pilot certificate, recreational, sport pilot, or private pilot certificate; instrument rating; or multiengine rating, a CFI must verify citizenship.
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 FAA pilot certificate, including a recreational pilot, sport pilot, or private pilot certificate; instrument rating; or multiengine rating.
2. Student must show evidence of U.S. citizenship
3. Logbook or record-keeping is required.
4. Students who change flight schools and/or locations will be required to prove citizenship and receive a logbook endorsement.