AeroStar Training Services is open for business during the government shutdown.
Instructors are holding courses, students are enrolling and graduating, and things are progressing as normal with a few exceptions. Most flight training courses are being held as scheduled.
Instructors are teaching. The Redbird and A320 Sims are available. Students are completing lessons and logging time toward their goals.
Aerostar has an in-house Visa agent that can approve student visas. Aerostar can issue FAA temporary licensing on-site so that pilots can start using their new licensing or type ratings right away.
That said, there are a few things that may have temporary delays:
Foreign License Certifications/Conversions are currently on hold.
FAA Medical Certificates – for student pilots and others are currently not being issued, although Aviation medical examiners may still issue certificates to qualified pilots at the time of a regular FAA physical exam.
Students with concerns can contact the school at 407-888-9011 or visit AerostarTypeRatings.com.
SOURCE: Press Advantage [Link]
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