Getting Started Checklist
Contact us to schedule your orientation, which will include a detailed audit of your pilot logbook. All orientations are conducted and billed as regular ground instruction. During the orientation your instructor will:
- Collect your proof of U.S. Citizenship (or, if you are not a citizen, review and make copies of your passport and VISA)
- Review all Holladay Aviation policies and procedures.
- Schedule your first lesson.
Gather proof of U.S. citizenship: unexpired U.S. Passport, or a U.S. birth certificate. If you are not a citizen, you must submit an application to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and obtain authorization to train. We’ll also need a copy of your driver’s license.
Download and review the latest version of the FAA Airman Certification Standards.
Purchase the Sporty’s Instrument Rating online course (highly recommended). If you prefer hard-copy books, then purchase the FAA Instrument Procedures Handbook and FAA Instrument Flying Handbook (both of which are available in digital form).
Begin flight training.