Transport Security Administration

TSA has issued Title 49 of the United States Code of Federal Regulations Part 1552 that prohibits a flight school from providing flight training in an aircraft or flight training device to non-U.S. Citizens without proper authorization. Under this ordinance, pilots must create and maintain a TSA account at www.flightschoolcandidates.gov. TSA will then determine whether the candidate is or is not a threat to aviation or national security and base their decision of the results of the extensive screening process.

Below you may find the instructions how to obtain TSA clearance or download TSA Instruction 2019 and TSA Instruction ATP-CTP.

SkyEagle Aviation Academy offers free assistance to our students in the creation of online TSA accounts. TSA accounts can be difficult to create properly with errors resulting in a delay of TSA approval.

TSA Instruction
TSA clearance required for Private Pilot Course, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine rating (PPL or CPL)
TSA Instruction for ATP students
TSA clearance required for ATP-CTP course / ATP training