- Private Air Charter
- Air Ambulance
- Flight School
Flight instructors are the backbone of general aviation. No one position in aviation has more impact on safety and efficiency.
Flight instructors are responsible for teaching students how to fly in a variety of settings using methods that include textbook education, simulators and live flight training. Flight instructors use ground-school classes both to teach students the basics of flying an aircraft and to help them prepare for the written test they can expect to face when applying for their pilot's license.
Flight instructors are in high demand at the moment, and are expected to remain so for many years to come. Profound change, by the rapid growth of airline and business aviation, is expected to come to the flight-training industry. Flight instructors are being hired by airlines faster than they can be replaced, which means that there is currently a need for qualified flight instructors.
As a flight instructor, you will meet many people from all walks of life, and they all share one important similarity with you: a love of flying. You will have the privilege of helping both international students and domestic students achieve their dreams of flight, and you will be the one who influences their future in aviation the most.
To be eligible for a flight instructor rating, the applicant shall hold a private pilot or commercial pilot license with airplane category and class rating