Does anyone know what is Part 141 curriculum/syllabus is ? I can’t loacte this info in FAA website?

October 25, 2009

I have been trying to find the what the Part 141 curriculum looks like for the flight training. Is it something hidden from prospective students?

Each school has its own specially approved curriculum. The FAA just provides the guidelines for what must be included. It’s basically the same as the Part 61 requirements, except that there is more rigorous record keeping, there are a series of intermediate "phase checks" , and there is a chief instructor and director of operations who meet specific minimum experience requirements. The school must also have been in operation for at least 5 years to receive Part 141 authorization.

This is what "government approved" flight schools are. It doesn’t mean that they give more, better, or different training. It is simply a bit more structured. The big difference is that students at Part 141 schools can apply for student career development loans. The catch is that you must do ALL of your training under Part 141.

The Part 141 Regulations are here: http://www.gofir.com/fars/part141/frame.htm

Consult a flight school for their specific curriculum. Most are pretty similar.

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4 Responses to “Does anyone know what is Part 141 curriculum/syllabus is ? I can’t loacte this info in FAA website?”

  1. tronary on October 25th, 2009 1:17 pm
  2. p on October 25th, 2009 1:54 pm

    Any curriculum approved by the FAA under that part. The FAA has Advisory Circulars with guidelines. Or, get any Jeppesen. GLEIM, ASA, etc… 141 kit and they have it all.
    References :
    http://www.american-flying.com/newsite/

  3. Ben Dere Dun Dat on October 25th, 2009 2:26 pm

    Each school has its own specially approved curriculum. The FAA just provides the guidelines for what must be included. It’s basically the same as the Part 61 requirements, except that there is more rigorous record keeping, there are a series of intermediate "phase checks" , and there is a chief instructor and director of operations who meet specific minimum experience requirements. The school must also have been in operation for at least 5 years to receive Part 141 authorization.

    This is what "government approved" flight schools are. It doesn’t mean that they give more, better, or different training. It is simply a bit more structured. The big difference is that students at Part 141 schools can apply for student career development loans. The catch is that you must do ALL of your training under Part 141.

    The Part 141 Regulations are here: http://www.gofir.com/fars/part141/frame.htm

    Consult a flight school for their specific curriculum. Most are pretty similar.
    References :

  4. Bhavik Koladiya Delta Airlines on October 25th, 2009 2:53 pm

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