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20 hours of ground training if the course is for an additional flight instructor rating
40 hours of ground training if the course is for an initial issuance of a flight instructor certificate
10 hours of flight training (which must include 10 flights), if the course is for a glider category rating
25 hours of flight training if the course is for an airplane, rotorcraft or powered-lift rating
A commercial pilot certificate or an airline transport pilot pilot certificate
An instrument rating or privilege in an aircraft that is appropriate to the aircraft category and class rating for the course
A Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) has the resources to teach others how to fly an aircraft. CFIs serve to enhance and evaluate the knowledge and skill level of an aviator in pursuit of a higher pilot's license, certificate or rating.
Beach Aviation offers a program to train pilots to become CFIs. Our program uses the training requirements set forth by the Federal Aviation Administration per FAR 61. For more information Click Here.