A flight instructor’s rating will be required should you want to become a flight instructor on completion of your CPL.
This course consists of 80 hours of classroom time, where you will be taught how to do flight briefings followed by 20 hours of flight training. You will also be required to complete 2 theoretical examinations and a final test with a Designated Flight Examiner.
On completion of your course you will be ready for employment as a Grade III flight instructor at an approved flight training organisation.
AIFA’s high-performance training course helps pilots to transition from piston to high-performance complex aircraft. This course consists of theoretical and procedural training as well as air experience in our High-Performance fleet.
Theoretical training, as well as examination support, is provided for all our courses. This is done in a classroom setup, but one-on-one training can be provided should it become necessary. All the theoretical training is supported by learning material provided by AIFA.