FAA drops complex aircraft requirement for Practical Tests
A recent rule change by the FAA allows applicants for a commercial pilot certificate with an airplane single-engine rating or a flight instructor certificate with an airplane-single engine rating to qualify on their practical tests without using a Complex Aircraft.
Of course that is no reason to allow your complex aircraft skills to atrophy. Our AATD has quite a few complex aircraft to choose from and unlike the actual planes all our aircraft models be they simple, complex, single or twin engine, piston or turboprop, all have the same low rental rates.
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