NFA-Northeast Region Powered Flight Academy
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This site lists Civil Air Patrol's upcoming Cadet Special Activities (CSAs). It includes national activities and those wing and region activities approved to receive the CSA ribbon. These activities are designed to explore civilian and military aerospace careers, provide flight training, develop leadership, and enhance emergency services skills.
NCSA Registration Status Updates
EServices Registration & Payment System is open for LATE applications for summer activities. Applications submitted in eServices after 15 Jan are considered after all "On-Time" applicants. Use this "Apply Online" link to access the application site on eServices. Notifications of winter placements went out in December. Notifications for on-time summer applicants will go out on 1 March. Those cadets who remain on alternate lists after 1 March may be contacted at anytime to fill a slot.
USE THE FOLLOWING COURSE NUMBERS TO VERIFY YOU ARE SELECTING THE CORRECT COURSE IN ESERVICES PREFERENCES. COURSES WILL APPEAR ALPHABETICALLY. DOWNLOAD THE SORTABLE SPREADSHEET ON THE NCSAS HOMEPAGE FOR A COMPLETE LISTING.
|eServices Short Name||Cadet Participant
|Activity Full Name|
|NFA-NER||243||244||NFA-Northeast Region Powered Flight Academy
DATES AS OF 16 AUG 2017
Age 16 by activity start date
Must have encampment credit when you apply
Do you want to take the first step in becoming a pilot?
This is a step in the right direction.
Aspiring pilots receive formal ground instruction and cockpit time with a certified flight instructor. Many cadets participating in a NFA even solo at the academy!
The learning environment is specially designed for cadets, and the low instructor to student ratio provides opportunities for mentoring and individual attention.
Participants in powered flight academies receive 10 hours of “hands on” flight time learning the basics of flying a powered aircraft (Cessna 172), 25 hours of ground instruction, and the opportunity to fly as an observer when other cadets receive instruction.
Cadets must have an FAA Third Class Airmen Medical Certificate (Student Pilots Certificate) prior to attending a powered flight academy to solo but it is not required to attend and fly with an instructor