WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO GET THROUGH FLIGHT TRAINING
Whether you’re learning to fly for the first time, building time, or working towards an advanced endorsement, Pureflight has numerous amenities that will help prepare you for success. Our team of coordinators and advisors have extensive experience in working with numerous students with different goals, and we are here to make your journey as smooth and financially beneficial as possible.
FLIGHT TRAINING COURSE MATERIALS
Every course is going to require its own set of study materials. While most of the materials can be acquired from the FAA’s website, there are some additional texts and equipment that will prepare you for your career in the aviation industry.
- List of recommended materials for every course:
- Pilot Bundle Pack (Headset, bag, Logbook, iPad mini) Click to download PDF
- Study on your own with Helicopter Online Ground School.
GET YOUR FAA MEDICAL CERTIFICATE
Before starting your helicopter or airplane flight training career, it’s always a good idea to get your medical certificate. While your medical isn’t required until you solo the aircraft, the FAA is the ultimate decision maker on whether you are capable of flying or not. If you are undergoing the flight training program with Klamath Community College, or utilizing your veteran’s benefits, you will be required to obtain a Second Class Medical Certificate. All other forms of training will require a third class Medical Certificate. The cost of the examination is generally between $150-$250.
Find an Aviation Medical Examiner nearest you here: https://www.faa.gov/pilots/amelocator/
FAA KNOWLEDGE EXAM TEST
All of Pureflight’s students have direct access to taking any FAA AKT Knowledge exams in house at our Newberg facility. Recently the FAA has made some advancements in their testing systems, so all exams can be scheduled online. All students needing to take FAA written examinations will need to register in IACRA. Tests can be scheduled no earlier than 24 hours in advance.
Link to IACRA: https://iacra.faa.gov/IACRA/Default.aspx
PSI Testing Registration / Scheduling Link: https://faa.psiexams.com/faa/login
We do administer Part 107 Drone Testing and Mechanic Testing. To schedule, please visit the same links above
HOUSING WITH A PURPOSE
Not only will students be able to build study groups with other students in the house, they will also be able to network with other aviators in the industry. The benefits are endless. Rooms are subject to availability.
FLIGHT TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP | A LITTLE HELP GOES A LONG WAY
- AOPA | https://www.aopa.org/training-and-safety/students/flight-training-scholarships
- FAA Scholarship Links | https://www.faa.gov/education/grants_and_scholarships/aviation/
- Whirly Girls | https://whirlygirls.org/scholarship-offerings-and-requirements-scholarships/
- Scholarships.com | https://www.scholarships.com/financial-aid/college-scholarships/scholarships-by-type/aviation-scholarships/
Learn more about our program costs:
THAT BEING SAID, WELCOME TO OREGON: IT’S ABOUT THE JOURNEY AS MUCH AS THE DESTINATION
We can try to show the magnitude of a mountain vista or the quiet bliss of a hot spring. But truth is, you really have to be here to get it. Made up of seven diverse regions, Oregon has the ocean, mountains, valleys, high desert, cities, small towns, and almost everything in between.
We realize life is to be lived beyond the cockpit. Monthly Taco Tuesday give students and employees a chance to make friends and network over food and drinks. We enjoy our mission here. We approach work with a high play drive and believe the right attitude brightens the day and boosts productivity.