Trike pilots have requirements that must be met. Here you can find the specific requirements based on your pilot certificate and aircraft.

Update your Airmen Certificate now

All pilots who have not replaced their old paper pilot certificate need to do so now or risk being unable to use this certificate in the future. All paper pilot certificates will expire after March 31, 2010. FAR 61.19(h) reads: “Except for a temporary certificate issued under §61.17 or a student pilot certificate issued under paragraph (b) of this section, the holder of a paper pilot certificate issued under this part may not exercise the privileges of that certificate after March 31, 2010.”

Replace an Airmen Certificate This link will take you to the FAA page with instructions on how to replace your paper Airmen Certificate.

If you are a new pilot, a current pilot, a non-current pilot, additional information can be found by following the links. If you are not completely sure of the differences between these mentioned categories, please take the time to read these sections.

If you are adding a category or class to your existing license, you can find additional information at the link provided.

Pilot Currency Requirement issues are discussed at this provided link, as well as some basics and frequently asked questions regarding flight review. This is a section that you won’t want to miss.

Some additional, specific information on pilot types is provided at these links: Ultralite Trike Pilots, Sport Pilot Privileges, and Private Pilot Privileges.

Some handy information regarding Medical Requirements can be found at this provided link.

 

Find fellow pilots

Use the Sport Pilot LSA Locator to find a trike pilot or flying buddie near you.