Expand your Teaching
Add an instrument instructor rating to your flight instructor certification and gain more experience in the air. The accumulation of flight hours as a Certified Flight Instructor is needed to become a successful airline or corporate pilot and instrument rating experience is highly beneficial. Being able to teach instrument rating courses strengthens your skills as a pilot because you will still learn even though you are teaching others. You can never have enough experience in instrument rating as airlines and corporations value that time. Applicant must hold an FAA Third Class Medical and Commercial Pilot Certificate, single engine land with instrument rating or ATP certificate.
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- A current FAA Certified Flight Instructor Certificate with Airline Category (ASE or AME).
- Be able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language.
- Pass FAA knowledge test with a score of 70% or greater.
- A minimum of Class III Medical Certificate. Basic Med Acceptable.
- Pass a practical test consisting of an oral exam and an in-flight exam with a FAA Designated Pilot Examiner (DPE)