Faa Pilot, a free online database where pilots can upload their personal information to, is an easy way to track the progress of your aviation journey, or just to browse the results of a recent search.
However, if you’ve ever tried to get a pilot certificate from the British Transport Police (BTP) you’ll be glad to know that there is a way to find out where to submit your application.
We’ve written up a guide to how to use the Faa website to get your application in, but before you get started, here are some things you should know about Faa: How can I get my pilot certificate?
You can use the UK BTP website to search for pilot certificates from a range of locations, from within the UK.
You can also search for information on how to get pilot certificates, and how to submit them.
The BTP can accept applications from anyone, even if you don’t have a UK address, so it’s easy to find a local pilot.
There are also several other places that will accept UK applications, including a pilot site in the US and a pilot website in Australia.
For example, if the pilot’s application is from the US, you can use Faa to see if they can accept an application from your country.
How to upload your personal details to Faa?
Faa has a range to upload information about your identity, such as your passport number, gender and date of birth.
You’ll need to make a request for the information, and Faa will send the information to the correct email address for you.
This may take some time, so be patient.
If you can’t find a pilot who accepts your application, you may be able to submit a written request, or a call to action from a local Faa member.
There’s no fee to submit an application, but you will need to complete a few details on your application and a request form.
Where can I search for a pilot?
There are three ways to search through the results, or “bids” that Faa provides: by city, by region and by country.
There is also a search by pilot licence number, but this is not yet available for UK applications.
What happens if I don’t apply to FAA for pilot training?
If you’ve applied for pilot certification in the UK, you will be automatically registered for pilot licence training, but there are a few restrictions on your training.
You must hold a pilot licence, and you cannot fly an aircraft.
If your training takes place in the United States or Australia, you must apply to the relevant BTP officer in each of those countries.
You also must apply for your certificate within 30 days of completing your training, unless you’re flying an aircraft in the Middle East, North Africa or Asia.
If the BTP officers in each country require more time to process your application than is usual, they can ask you to wait a few weeks to allow them more time.
If an application is rejected or if you have problems, you’ll need the assistance of a UK pilot to apply for a new certificate, but a pilot from outside the UK can help you.
Where to search and upload your information The Faa database contains information about pilots from around the world.
To search, you need to go to the “search by pilot” option in the left navigation bar, and then enter your name, country, aircraft type and pilot licence details.
Once you’ve selected a pilot, you won’t be able see his/her licence number until the next time you try to view his/she application.
Search by pilot information is useful if you want to know more about a particular pilot.
You may be interested in reading more about how to choose a pilot or check out the available aircraft type options.
What about my applications that have been rejected?
If your application is not accepted for pilot certificate training, you’re not alone.
This can happen when the BTS officers in your country reject your application because they’re not aware of any suitable pilot for your requirements.
The next step is to contact your local pilot, or visit a pilot training centre in your chosen country.
You should not submit a request or make any further contact until you have a response.
You’re also advised to check your applications online to make sure your application has been received.
What if my application is refused?
The British Transport Agency (BTA) does not have a formal process for dealing with rejected applications.
However if your application was rejected, you should be prepared to contact the BTA, or call them if you think you can assist them in getting your application accepted.
It is not known if the BTO will be able or willing to help you in this way.
What can I do if I have a question about pilot training or pilot licence applications?
If an Faa enquiry has been made, you might want to contact a pilot.
A pilot can provide you with information on a range or types of flight,