The following items are required for registering to fly with Crosswinds Aviation:
- In order for us to meet TSA, MDOT Aeronautics and FAA requirements we need a copy of the following items on-file for each student:
- Proof of Citizenship of the United States of America:
- Valid, unexpired U.S. passport & driver’s license; or
- Certified U.S. birth certificate AND U.S. government-issued photo ID; or
- US naturalization certificate with raised seal AND government-issued photo ID
- OR, Any students interested in training with us that cannot comply with any of the above will need to apply through the TSA Alien flight student program. Please contact our office at 517-552-1101 or email@example.com to set up and appointment for application.
- Please download and fill out the Release of Liability form: http://www.crosswindsaviation.com/waiver
- Please download and fill out the Credit Card Authorization form: http://www.crosswindsaviation.com/creditcardauth
- Please download and fill out the contact information form: http://www.crosswindsaviation.com/StudentInfoSheet
- Please download and read the Pilot Guide: http://www.crosswindsaviation.com/pilotguide. This document contains information on our insurance, guidelines and our processes and procedures. Once you have read this completely, please sign and return this form: http://www.crosswindsaviation.com/flightschoolagreement
- For aircraft renters or students flying solo, please download and complete the Tire Damage Quiz and review answers with a flight instructor: http://www.crosswindsaviation.com/tiredamage
- Rental Insurance:
- Crosswinds Aviation recommends that all students look into getting rental insurance. Here are 3 insurance company options for this:
- FAA Medical & Student Pilot Certificate
- All students flying with Crosswinds Aviation must have a current Medical Certificate issued by a Certified FAA Medical Examiner. This is mandatory before soloing the aircraft however it is advised to receive a medical prior to this especially if you have any medical or other concerns. We recommend a 3rd class medical. If you plan on moving on towards becoming a professional/commercial Pilot, then we recommend that you receive a 1st Class Medical and Student Pilot Certificate.
- In regards for obtaining your student pilot certificate, after your first flight with an instructor, you will want to go to this website and follow the directions to create an account:
Please refer to the FAA site for more information:
Your instructor will approve your IACRA account at your next flight.