Subpart J—Sport Pilots
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Table of Contents
- § 61.301 – What is the purpose of this subpart and to whom does it apply?
- § 61.303 – If I want to operate a light-sport aircraft, what operating limits and endorsement requirements in this subpart must I comply with?
- § 61.305 – What are the age and language requirements for a sport pilot certificate?
- § 61.307 – What tests do I have to take to obtain a sport pilot certificate?
- § 61.309 – What aeronautical knowledge must I have to apply for a sport pilot certificate?
- § 61.311 – What flight proficiency requirements must I meet to apply for a sport pilot certificate?
- § 61.313 – What aeronautical experience must I have to apply for a sport pilot certificate?
- § 61.315 – What are the privileges and limits of my sport pilot certificate?
- § 61.317 – Is my sport pilot certificate issued with aircraft category and class ratings?
- § 61.321 – How do I obtain privileges to operate an additional category or class of light-sport aircraft?
- § 61.325 – How do I obtain privileges to operate a light-sport aircraft at an airport within, or in airspace within, Class B, C, and D airspace, or in other airspace with an airport having an operational control tower?
- § 61.327 – Are there specific endorsement requirements to operate a light-sport aircraft based on V?