Welcome to Island Air Express Resource Center. Here students and individuals will find information on everything you need from financial assistance to scheduling your first flight lesson here at Island Air Express.
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As scholarship season approaches here are some tips to help you prepare. Below are some items I had to collect for the scholarships that I applied to last year. Please note some scholarships want only digital copies while others want printed copies of your information. Each scholarship requirement is different and some require 500 word or less essay while others have no limit to the length of the essays. Prepping now will save you the time later in the process.
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- Copy the last 4 pages of your logbook and scan them into a PDF.
- Copy all tests, certificates, and Driver Licenses into a PDF.
- Copy/Scan any special endorsements that may be needed for the rating you will be seeking.
- Seek out two instructors for flying references and have them write up a generic recommendation.
Have an email copy that can be tweaked if need be.
- Seek out two personal references that speak about your moral character.
- Update your resume and flying hours.
- Obtain quotes from the prospective Flight Schools/Training locations on the rating you will be
- Prepare an essay on your full flying background and why you are seeking the rating. Have a 500
word essay and a full page essay. Have at least three different people review your essay.
- Make a list of your volunteer activities, organizations, and awards. Scan any award certificates.
- Review your scholarship list and web sites monthly for any new scholarships that may be
Keep in mind that scholarship committees are looking for the candidate that stands out and gives back. Now is the time to start volunteering if you do not already.
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Let’s get you certified! The private pilot checkride consists of two sections: the “oral exam” and the actual flight. If you’re like many pilots, the oral exam is probably the most intimidating portion of the process, so we’ll jump right into it and get you set up for success.
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Taking the FAA Written Test can be a daunting task. Don’t over stress yourself because we have you covered with our FAA Written Prep. We cover from aerodynamics to weather, call – outs, and etc.
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