Knowledge Exams

Knowledge Exams

Take your exam with New Mexico’s authorized FAA testing center, sponsored by CATS/Comira Testing. We give over 500 exams a year and a test bank of over 400 exams, so you can be sure we have your test.

Did you know that a successful exam score is valid for 24 calendar months from the date you pass! Don’t wait to take your exam, get it done sooner so you can focus on the fun part!

Testing is conducted Monday – Saturday by appointment only. Call (505) 242-2701 to schedule your exam today.

All FAA airmen exams are $150.00 + N.M. Sales tax.

What to bring for your test:

  • Identification that is current and valid*
  • $150 (plus tax)

*Identification must include the applicants:

  • Photo
  • Date of Birth
  • Signature
  • Physical, residential address

Acceptable identification for U.S. Citizens & Residential Aliens includes:

  • Drivers license or permit issued by a U.S. state or Territory
  • U.S. Government Identification card
  • U.S. Military Identification card
  • U.S. issued Passport
  • Alien residency card

Acceptable Identification for NON – US Citizens: **Two forms of identification are required for non-US citizens

  • Government issued Passport
  • Drivers license or permit issued by a U.S. state or Territory
  • Identification card issued by any government entity

Note: The above information may be presented in more than one form.

If the acceptable form(s) of identification (listed above) does not include valid and current proof of the applicant’s physical/residential address, the applicant may utilize his or her parent’s permanent physical/residential address.

Examples of an unacceptable physical/residential address are a post office box, rural route, flight school address (unless the applicant resides at the flight school), or a commercial business/employer address.

For an applicant who is under the age of 18, who does not possess an acceptable form(s) of identification, a parent or legal guardian is required to accompany the applicant, and after presenting identification as described in this table, may attest to the applicant’s identity.