Federal aviation regulations require pilots to have a complex airplane endorsement in order to act as pilot-in-command (PIC) of a complex airplane.
This one-time logbook endorsement can be earned through ground and flight training. The FAA does not require a special checkride or knowledge test to earn the endorsement. A flight instructor gives you the endorsement after you have received training and have been found proficient. Note: Pilots who logged PIC time in complex airplanes prior to 8/4/97 are grandfathered in and don’t need the endorsement.
14 CFR 61.1(b)(3): Definition of “complex airplane”
Complex airplane means an airplane that has a retractable landing gear, flaps, and a controllable pitch propeller, including airplanes equipped with an engine control system consisting of a digital computer and associated accessories for controlling the engine and propeller, such as a full authority digital engine control; or, in the case of a seaplane, flaps and a controllable pitch propeller, including seaplanes equipped with an engine control system consisting of a digital computer and associated accessories for controlling the engine and propeller, such as a full authority digital engine control.
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Program Length -Half Day
The Miami Flight Center Complex endorsment course consists of a 1 Hour ground school session followed by a simulator session and then an actual 1 hour flight lesson
Program Cost $350
Program Cost includes all books, supplies,flight training, Ground School and Simulator session
The Miami Flight Center IFS program is held throughout the year. The excellent weather in South Florida is ideal for Pilot training. Our location enables you to fly frequently. While enrolled in the program expect to fly and study everyday except Sundays and government holidays.
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