FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR TRAINING / ACCELERATED

Flight Instructor Rating

Share you passion and teach students how to fly! With Twin Cities, become a certified flight instructor and teach students, master your flying skills and get paid to instruct.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:
• Be at least 18 years of age.
• Hold at least a Commercial pilot certificate with an instrument rating.
• Be able to read, speak and understand the English language.
• Hold at least a valid third-class medical certificate.
• Pass a knowledge test as well as the practical test.

GROUND REQUIREMENTS:

There are no minimum FAA requirements for the flight instructor certificate. However, most students average 25 hours of ground instruction, including classroom instruction techniques, before achieving competency as set forth in the FAA Flight Instructor Practical Test Standards. Each Individual may require more or less time depending on past experience, knowledge, and currency.

FLIGHT REQUIREMENTS:

There are no minimum FAA requirements for the flight instructor certificate. However, most students average 15 hours of Flight instruction, including classroom instruction techniques, before achieving competency as set forth in the FAA Flight Instructor Practical Test Standards. Each Individual may require more or less time depending on past experience, knowledge, and currency.

7 Day CFI Course

Do you want to share you passion by teaching others? Do you want to master your skills in aviation?

In just 7 days you can become a Certified Flight Instructors. There is no better way to know aviation, then to actually teach it. As a CFI you can teach pilots how to fly solo, and earn their Recreation Pilot, Sport Pilot, Private Pilot and Commercial Pilot certificates. Get your license to teach, and share your passion.

Our guarantee:
If you dedicate full-time each day on your course, we will work with you every day and until your rating is finished.

Prerequisites:
Third Class medical, commercial pilot certificate with instrument rating, Fundamentals of Instructing written and Flight Instructor Airplane written completed (or ready to be taken upon arrival).

Where to Start:
Contact us, and let us know your interest with the accelerated course
Set up a schedule and time.
Complete necessary prerequisites before start date.

  • *Please note: With an accelerated course factors such as, weather, study habits, and mechanical issues, can influence the time it takes to complete the course

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