Flight Instructor (FI)

Course Overview

Training other enthusiastic people to achieve their aspirations to fly can bring considerable satisfaction. Why not consider the exciting and rewarding role of the Flight Instructor (FI) to further develop your flying and tutoring skills.


1. Valid EASA Aviation Medical Class 1;

2. Valid CPL / ATPLf Licence;

3. ELP level 4 or above;

4. have completed at least 200 hours of flight time, of which at least 100 hours shall be as pilot in command (PIC) if holding an ATPL or CPL or 150 hours PIC if holding a PPL;

5. have completed at least 30 hours on single engine piston powered aeroplanes;

6. have received at least 10 hours instrument flight instruction, of which no more than 5 hours shall have been attained in an FNPTII;

7. have completed at least 20 hours of cross-country flight as PIC, including a flight not less than 540 km (300 NM) with full stop landings to occur at two different aerodromes than the aerodrome of departure.


Course Structure

1. at least 125 hours of theoretical knowledge instruction, divided in 100 (theoretical knowledge instruction) plus 25 (teaching and learning), including progress tests;

2. at least 30 hours of flight instruction, of which 25 hours shall be dual flight instruction and remaining 5 hours may be conducted in an FFS, an FNPT I or II or an FTD 2/3.

Course Structure