Similar to your Country's Civil Aviation Authority Medical requirements are the Federal Aviation Administration medical requirements. But the process here is more convenient and flexible. You can choose the Class of medical you want i.e. Class 1, 2 or 3. The medical is done by an approved FAA Medical examiner and takes about three hours or depending on your fitness. Once the class of medical is issued, you are fit for the term described in part 67 of 14 CFR's.
For students arriving in Argentina for their flight training, the medicals shall be conducted in Buenos Aires. Supreme Aviation’s team shall get in touch with you about the procedure, fees and duration.
Permission from the Transportation Security Administration of the USA has to be taken before any foreign student begins his flight training in the USA. Submitting the details online and then the finger prints are to be done do get the TSA Approval. Supreme requests it's students to follow the procedure below:
Supreme students who have recieved their USA Visa please follow:
If you are not a citizen of the United States of America and wish to flight train in the U.S., you must submit to a background check with the Transportation Security Administration.
The three types of flight training that would require a background check are:
- The candidate's initial pilot certificate, including a private, recreational, sport pilot certificate or even Commercial Pilot certificate.
- The candidate's instrument rating.
- The candidate's multi-engine rating.
To ensure all requirements are met, please complete the following checklist when enrolling with Supreme Aviation for flight instruction.
Visit the following AFSP (Alien Flight Student Program) website: www.flightschoolcandidates.gov
» Click on New Student Account to create an online account
After the AFSP e-mails a user I.D. and a password to you (usually within 48 hours),
» Log-in to the same website www.flightschoolcandidates.gov and complete the application form. You will be asked to provide personal information, including, but not limited to: