Your passion for aviation, pilot license and the experience you have, should be put to the right use by becoming a flight instructor and inspiring the next pilot generation as well as deepening your own theory and practical knowledge. By getting the Flight Instructor license, you will be able to teach PPL(A) and CPL(A) level students.
- Entry requirements
- Age: at least 18 years old
- License: valid JAA/EASA CPL(A), ATPL(A), or PPL(A) with the adequate Medical Certificate.
- Theoretical knowledge: higher or equal to CPL(A) theoretical knowledge.
- Total flight time: no less than 200 hours consisting of:
- 150 or more hours as a pilot-in-command;
- No less than 30 hours (minimum 5 hours within the last 6 months) in SEP Class airplane;
- Pilot-in-Command on route with SEP Class airplane – no less than 20 hours (at least one leg distance, not less than 540 km (300 nm));
- Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) experience – no less than 10 hours.
- Course content
THEORETICAL TRAINING (125 HOURS COMPLETED IN 3 WEEKS)
- Basics of teaching and learning
- Theoretical knowledge
PRACTICAL TRAINING* (30 HOURS COMPLETED IN APPROX. 3 WEEKS)
- 30 hours – single engine aircraft
- 1 exam completed after theory part and 1 exam after practical part
Time needed to obtain FI(A) qualification is up to 2 months.
*The total duration of the course may increase or decrease depending on the course start and weather conditions.
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