CFI CFII MEI
For many, flying is a passion, not just a business venture. The majority of student pilots become certified flight instructors after they have acquired their private pilot’s license. Many of our pilots want to teach other pilots to fly in order to pass on their knowledge and help keep general aviation (GA) moving forward.
Benefits of becoming a flight instructor:
Build flight time quickly – while others pay for it: If you’re wanting to become a commercial pilot, you will need hundreds of hours below your belt to be considered “hirable”. Working as a flight instructor makes this possible and affordable.
Gain experience in multiple types of aircraft including high performance and multi-engine airplanes.
You must hold a Commercial Pilot License before you can apply to become a CFI/CFII.
The best way to become a better pilot is by teaching other students.
You get to pass on your passion for flying to others.
Make a great income doing something you love.