After earning a Commercial license, the next recommended step in your aviation journey is becoming a Certified Flight Instructor. As an instructor you can accumulate the required 1,500 flight hours* to become an airline pilot – all while getting paid to teach others how to fly.
At Sterling, we also offer Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII) and Multi-Engine Instructor (MEI) ratings. All CFI graduates are **guaranteed an interview upon successful completion of the program.
*If you hold an associate degree or bachelor degree, this hours requirement can be reduced to 1250 or 1000 hours respectively. **Minimum graduation standards must be met.
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.