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FI(A) - Flight Instructor Qualification

BECOME A FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR

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Embark on an exciting journey to become a qualified flight instructor with our FI(A) Flight Instructor Training Program. During the course, you will receive comprehensive training consisting of 30 flight training hours and 125 hours of theory lessons, equipping you with the skills necessary to excel in your role.

Comprehensive Syllabus and Practical Experience

As a flight instructor, you will play a crucial role in shaping future pilots. Our theory classes focus on familiarizing you with current teaching methods in aviation and developing essential interpersonal skills.

Training begins with an entrance examination, ensuring that you are prepared to commence your official training and become a flight instructor. Practical training is completed in a Tecnam P2002JF in combination with a Cessna C150 Acrobat and is complemented by a flight simulator session. Other aircraft types such as Piper PA -28 GTN750 or Cessna C172SP G1000 can be included in the training as an option.

Become a member of our instructor team

Upon successfully graduating from the FI(A) Flight Instructor Training Program and passing the flight instructor skills test, we welcome the best of you to discuss possibility to join our instructor team. If you are passionate about aviation and meet our application requirements, we look forward to having you join our team of dedicated flight instructors.

Enrollment Requirements

To enroll in our FI(A) Flight Instructor Training Program, you must meet the following requirements:
 

  • Minimum age of 18 years

  • Medical Class II certification or higher

  • CPL(A) license or PPL(A) license and completion of CPL(A) theory exam with a minimum of 200 hours (and minimum 150 hours of flight time as a Pilot in Command (PIC))

  • ICAO English minimum level 4

Courses Start Dates:

Please feel free to reach out to our training sales department for information about the upcoming course start date via the contact form below. We're dedicated to fulfilling your requests and can also tailor individual courses based on your specific needs. Don't hesitate to get in touch – we're here to assist you.

FI(A) - Flight Instructor Qualification Course:

Entry flight exam, then 1 week (40 hours) of initial group ground theory lessons, then practical training 30 hours.

Don't miss this opportunity to unlock your potential as a flight instructor. Join our FI(A) Flight Instructor Training Program today and take the first step towards a fulfilling career in aviation.

Expanding Your Instructor Qualifications

We also offer you the opportunity to expand your instructor qualifications. Whether you are interested in instrument flying or another class of aircraft, we offer add-on courses such as CRI MEP, IRI, FI(A) and more. Time spent as an instructor might count towards meeting the requirements for these extra qualifications.

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FI(A) Flight Instructor Training Program

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WHY F AIR ?

 

F AIR is a leading aviation school in Central Europe, located near Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, surrounded by Germany, Austria, Slovakia, and Poland.

With over 33 years of history, F AIR is the largest aviation school in Central and Eastern Europe, focusing on students from  Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

With more than 45+ modern aircraft, 3 bases, 5+ simulators on site, modern facilities, accommodation for individuals and large groups of students, complete student services including visa processing and relocation services, F AIR is the best choice for your start in a pilot career, renewal of qualifications, or extension of validity.

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