Certified Flight Instructor

There is no greater pleasure than to share your experience and expertise with others. Becoming a flight instructor is the ultimate sharing, as the joy of flight is given to the next person, and the next generation. Flight instructors can look forward to seeing their students dust crops, rescue a fisherman at sea, fly their families out to dinner, or even join NASA and fly to the skies.

NOTE: Minimum age is 18. Individual student cost may vary due to aptitude, frequency of training, and other factors. Flight Instructor/Single Engine/Multi Engine Land are FAR 61 Approved.

FAA Minimum Requirements
Commercial Pilot Certificate
Instrument Pilot Rating
Prerequisites
Commercial Pilot Certificate
Instrument Pilot Rating
Approximate Fees
Average Instruction Costs: 15 Hours Dual $220/Hour
Educational Supplies $165
FAA Written Exams (2) $300
Check Ride (Examiner + Aircraft) $600