I also know that taking a check ride can be a cause of anxiety for most pilots. Because of that, I wanted to compile some information to help both you and your flight instructor in preparing you for the practical test. As a long time CFI, I thoroughly enjoy helping. I want your check ride experience to be a positive one; however, that does require you to be prepared. Please feel free to contact me should you have any questions.
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Now is the time to finally go for your check-ride and you, along with your CFI, go over the checklist in the PTS and one of the requirements is a completed form. Although there is an explanation on what to put in each block, there is sometimes confusion and some how applications still get kicked back from the DPE, local FSDO, or Oklahoma.
Check ALL the boxes that apply for your checkride. There is no limit to how many boxes you can check in this section, so do not hesitate and be as accurate as possible. If you do not have a middle name, use NMN, i. If you have more than one middle name, pick one — the one that you picked for your medical certificate. If you have a name suffix, use it. Hint: copy your name from your medical certificate exactly as it is.
Dates on all FAA documents are now standardized to 8 digit format. Anything else would cause for your application to be rejected. For this application, all the heights are in inches and the weights are in pounds.
Again, you can simple copy it from your medical as is. No feet and no kilograms. Enter your current pilot certificate held — the one you are holding in your hands right now. And student pilot certificate IS a pilot certificate, at least on one side. The other side is the medical certificate. Sign your name, in blue ink preferably, like all other professionals do on legal original documents.
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Prince Singh. December 14, , am , General News. Not entering eight digits for dates, i. July 9th, should be and not or Dates on all FAA documents are now standardized to 8 digit format. Not entering Height in inches, i. Not spelling out the color when describing hair and eyes Can not abbreviate this area. Use complete spelling. Entering wrong grade of pilot certificate Enter your current pilot certificate held — the one you are holding in your hands right now.
Nationality should be the country name, i. India instead of Indian and China instead of Chinese A very common mistake. Use the country name here. Entering the wrong class of medical. It should be the class shown on the medical certificate And the correct way is 3rd and not third.
And CFI signatures, name and number should be valid one Sign your name, in blue ink preferably, like all other professionals do on legal original documents. Share this post. Share on facebook. Share on google. Share on twitter. Share on linkedin. Share on print. Share on email. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
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Form FAA 8710-13 - Remote Pilot Certificate and/or Rating Application
The information collected on this form is necessary to determine applicant eligibility for airman ratings. We estimate it. The information collected is required to obtain a benefit and becomes part of. Please note that an agency may not.
Acceptable forms of applicant address Verification
Now is the time to finally go for your check-ride and you, along with your CFI, go over the checklist in the PTS and one of the requirements is a completed form. Although there is an explanation on what to put in each block, there is sometimes confusion and some how applications still get kicked back from the DPE, local FSDO, or Oklahoma. Check ALL the boxes that apply for your checkride. There is no limit to how many boxes you can check in this section, so do not hesitate and be as accurate as possible.
12 Most Common Mistakes on FAA 8710 form
However, when you know how to approach it, the form only should take a few minutes to complete. Typically, the confusion starts when an applicant gets to the Completion of Required Test Information section under the Certificate Sought tab shown below in Figure 1. Figure 1. This part of the application is for you to list any Aircraft, Simulator, or Training Device you intend to use during your Practical Test. However, this is not where you should log your ATD time.
FAA Form 8710-13 (Part 107 Remote Pilot Certificate)
This is very valuable if you have a job that needs to be done ASAP. It will NOT allow new first-time pilots to obtain their remote pilot certificate that day. This route is for current pilots meaning they have a biannual flight review in their logbook and took the online training exam different than the initial knowledge exam. Non-current pilots will have to take the online training exam and get current with a BFR or have to pass an initial knowledge exam. It is still unclear whether non-current Part 61 pilots who have passed the initial knowledge exam are also eligible to pick up their temporary remote pilot certificate in person using the in person at the FSDO instead of getting their biannual flight review. Yes, the Part 61 pilots have the option of doing the free online training course BUT they also need to be current.