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Part 141 Flight School
Part 141 is a section of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (CFRs) Title 14 which regulates the structure and operation of FAA-registered flight schools. In order to become FAA-approved under Part 141, a flight school must meet certain requirements and submit its curriculum to the FAA for review and approval. Part 141 approved schools are subject to regular audits by the FAA and must meet minimum pass rates on the FAA practical exams.

Part 61 Flight School
Flight schools are not required to register with the FAA. FAA-Certificated Flight Instructors may operate under CFR Part 61 and develop and use their own training programs, and may teach per any schedule mutually agreed to with students. Part 61 Flight Schools instruct to meet the same pilot certification standards as Part 141 schools, but can operate with more flexibility, and often are a better option for part-time students, and those students that want to be able to choose their own instructor.

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