The Alien Flight Student Program is a program operated by the United States Transportation Security Administration to screen prospective flight student candidates who are not citizens of the United States, before they are allowed to undergo pilot training. read more
The website with the homepage "Alien Flight Student Program" provides content on the pages Ifralienpilot.pdf, Afsp Dod and Alien Flight Student Program Help Desk. In the following table you'll find the 10 most important pages of Flightschoolcandidates.gov:
|#||Description||URL of the website|
|1.||Alien Flight Student Program||https://www.flightschoolcandidates.gov|
|4.||Alien Flight Student Program Help Desk||/afsp2/?nav=contact|
|7.||IFR clarification October 19 2004 Recurrent Training record-keeping & grandfather clause||/TSA-2004-19147-0226.pdf|
|9.||IFR clarification letter to AOPA October 19 2004||/TSA-2004-19147-0227.pdf|
|10.||IFR clarification October 29 2004 Exemption for airships balloons and gliders||/TSA-2004-19147-0324.pdf|
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