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Integrated Airman Certification and Rating Application (IACRA)

IACRA is the web-based certification/rating application that guides the user through the FAA's airman application process. IACRA helps ensure applicants meet regulatory and policy requirements through the use of extensive data validation. It also uses electronic signatures to protect the information's integrity, eliminates paper forms, and prints temporary certificates.

Recurrent UAS The recurrent UAS (remote pilot) process does not require a new application or a new certificate. UAS certificate holders can refer to the Becoming a Pilot page for recurrent information.

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What's new in IACRA

IACRA Version 9.2

This release contains the following changes:

  • Corrections to the date range on the Designee Oversight Page
  • Updates to two limitations
  • Minor name change to Class Hours on Aeronautical Grid
  • Privacy Act links to appropriate application form
  • Once an application is started, only the issuance type may be changed on the certificate sought page.
  • The Flight Review/Instrument Proficiency Check certificate now includes an option to select Basic Med
  • The Final Stage checklist has been renamed to "End of Course" test

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. When I view the CO Summary for the Temp Certificate it displays a limitation stating the user does not have enough PIC time in the aircraft & has a SIC limitation added. What do I do?
A. Mandatory limitations are automatically being added to the temporary certificate depending on the certificate being applied for. Optional limitations can be removed by selecting the Limitations section from the Certifying Officer’s checklist. Please note some limitations are mandatory and cannot be removed.
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Paperwork Reduction Act

A federal agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to, nor shall a person be subject to a penalty for failure to comply with a collection of information subject to the requirements of the Paperwork Reduction Act unless that collection of information displays a currently valid OMB Control Number. The OMB Control Numbers associated with this information collection are 2120-0007, 2120-0021, 2120-0022, 2120-0690, and 2120-0724. Information concerning the estimated burdens associated with collections of information that occur via this system is organized by OMB Control Number on www.reginfo.gov.

Forms and Privacy Policies:
FAA | 8710-1 | 8710-13 | 8710-11 | 8400-3 | 8610-2 | 8060-71   (To view, download Adobe Reader here.)
 
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IACRA Help Need Help?
Download the latest version of the IACRA Instruction Manual (8.7) for help on login, registration, new screen layouts, consoles, and ATP CFR 61, 121, 141 and 135 certifications.
-- or download the previous version of the IACRA Instruction Manual (7.6) for all other IACRA functionality.
-- or visit our Training and Documentation page for more information.