FAA Airman Knowledge Exams

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) provides, promotes, and approves a wide range of training and testing opportunities to everyone interested in aviation. Training and testing are key parts of the FAA’s safety mission.

At Bergstrom Aircraft we strive to make every step in the process of getting your license as easy as possible. We can offer you everything in-house. With two certified CATS Testing Proctors on staff, we can help you with any questions you may have. Our quiet classroom is available for testing by appointment. Please call the office to schedule your exam today.

We offer FAA testing for:

  • Unmanned Aircraft General
  • Part 107
  • Drone, Unmanned General Recurrent
  • Private Pilot
  • Recreational Pilot
  • Sport Pilot
  • Parachute Rigger
  • Instrument Rating
  • Inspection Authorization
  • Flight Instructor
  • Ground Instructor
  • Flight Engineer
  • Commercial Pilot
  • Aviation Maintenance Technician
  • Aircraft Dispatcher
  • Airline Transport Pilot
  • Military Competence Tests
  • Flight Navigator
  • Canadian Conversion Tests



Our CATS Testing Area





Students come to us for all of their testing needs!



When you come to take your test it’s good to be prepared. You will need to bring a calculator, flight computer, plotter, AOPA membership card (if you have one) and Driver’s License for U.S. Citizenship. If your current physical address doesn’t match what your driver’s license says, you need to also bring in a piece of mail with the correct address. If you’re not a U.S. Citizen you need to bring in your passport and an option of a secondary form of identification. As for the FAA testing supplement, writing utensils, and scratch paper we will provide that.
The cost of the exam is $160. If you have an AOPA  membership you will receive $10 off. You will receive an additional $10 off if you are a Club Member with Bergstrom Aircraft.


Amber Martin
Amber Martin
General Manager
Testing Center Supervisor
Laura Young
Laura Young
Office Manager
Testing Proctor

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