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Certified Flight Instructor

Give the Gift of Flight, and Build Flight Hours

Flight trainees can be hired immediately after receiving a Commercial license by becoming a Certified Flight Instructor or Multi-Engine Instructor. After you receive your Commercial license, the next step for most people is to obtain their CFI, CFII and MEI ratings so that they can accumulate the required 1,500 flight hours to become an airline pilot – all while getting paid to teach others how to fly.

Become a Certified Flight Instructor

  1. Hold a valid Commercial Pilot License
  2. Hold at least a 3rd Class Medical
  3. Must be at least 18 years old
  4. You must be able to read, write, speak, and understand the English Language.
  5. Demonstrate instructional proficiency in stall awareness, spin entry, spins, and spin recovery and receive an endorsement.
  6. Pass the required FAA Written Exam
  7. Pass the Oral and Practical Exams
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Ready to be a Professional Pilot? Want to experience our Redbird FMX Simulator, or join our ranks via your university’s aviation program? Let’s get you in the air.