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The Private Pilot license is the first certification each new pilot must accomplish. With the private pilot's license, the pilot may fly anywhere under visual flight conditions. A pilot can also fly passengers for nonprofit, and have access to any single engine aircraft with the appropriate ratings.
The Instrument Rating enables a certified pilot to fly by instruments and through bad weather conditions. The instrument rating is a great benefit to all pilots in case of weather restrictions. With the instrument rating aside, the limits to the sky are open and breathtaking.
The Commercial License is an important aspect of flight to pilots who consider making profit. This will include training in a complex aircraft that will suitably meet the responsibility of earning the license. With the license in hand, the pilot finally has the option to fly for hire.
The Multi Engine Rating allows a certified pilot to fly a twin engine airplane. This is an advantage to those who consider training for the airlines, as many companies will consider flight experience on an airplane with two engines. The minimum flight time required to earn this rating can be as little as ten hours.
The Flight Instructor license will allow the pilot to educate a new generation of student pilots.
Rewarding enough, teaching people how to fly leads to great benefits and flight experience.
The Airline Transport Pilot License (ATP) is the highest pilot rating. It will enable the applicant to fly as an airline transport pilot or an aircraft weighing more than 12,500 pounds. Most pilots trying to achieve their airline career will consider taking the course to prepare them for an airline career job.