About Primary Flight Control
The idea for Primary Flight Control started a long time ago in 1994 when yours truly was Primary Flight control (Pri-Fly) V5 supervisor on board the Aircraft Carrier USS Saratoga CV-60. What’s in a name you say? That was my thought and the name stuck with me all these years. I thought it sounded unique and I made a mental note that if I ever started a business, I would try to employ the name if it was available...
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An individual who is authorized to fly only Light-sport Aircraft. In general, A person who applies for a Sport pilot certificate must receive and log at least 20 hours of flight time, including at least 15 hours of flight training from an authorized instructor
An individual who may fly aircraft of up to 180 horsepower (130 kW) and 4 seats in the daytime for pleasure only. A person who applies for a recreational pilot certificate must receive and log at least 30 hours of flight time.
An individual who may fly for pleasure/personal business, generally without accepting compensation. Certificate allows command of aircraft for any non-commercial purpose, giving authority to fly under visual flight rules.
An individual who may, with some restrictions, fly for compensation or hire. A certificated commercial pilot may act as pilot-in-command of an aircraft for compensation or hire, as well as carry persons or property for compensation or hire.