CFI Certificates – FAA Part 61 Training

Do you enjoy teaching? This is the perfect way to share your aviation knowledge, gain realistic experience, and build flight time. To enroll in these courses, you must possess a Commercial Certificate with an Instrument Rating.

Flight Instructor Certificate

Flight Instructor Certificate

Course Outline:

  • Fundamentals of Instructing
  • Technical Subject Areas
  • Preflight Preparation, Lessons, and Procedures
  • Airport Base Operations
  • Takeoffs, Landings, and Go-Arounds
  • Fundamentals of Flight
  • In-Flight Maneuvers
  • Emergency Operations
  • Post-Flight Procedures

Once Complete, You Can:

  • Help students earn their certificates and ratings
  • Make building hours cheaper by getting paid as an instructor
  • Build the next generation of great pilots

FAA Minimum Requirements:

  • Commercial or ATP Certificate
  • 3rd Class Medical
  • 15 Hours of Flight Time
  • 15 Hours of Flight Instruction

Cost

Cost to complete the CFI Course varies a lot based off of how long a student takes to complete their training.

Minimum Cost: $4,200
 
Click Here for the CFI Price Sheet

 
 
Instrument Instructor Certificate

Instrument Instructor Certificate

Course Outline:

  • Fundamentals of Instrument Instructing
  • Technical Subject Areas
  • Preflight Preparation and Lessons
  • ATC Clearances and Procedures
  • Navigation Aids
  • Instrument Approach Procedures
  • Emergency Operations
  • Postflight Procedures

Once Complete, You Can:

  • Help students earn their instrument ratings
  • Maintain currency of your own instrument rating while getting paid for it
  • Build the next generation of great instrument pilots

FAA Minimum Requirements:

  • Instrument Rating
  • 3rd Class Medical
  • 10 Hours of Flight Time
  • 10 Hours of Flight Instruction

Cost

Cost to complete the CFII Course varies a lot based off of how long a student takes to complete their training.

Minimum Cost: $3,500

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Multi-Engine Instructor Certificate

Multi-Engine Instructor Certificate

Course Outline:

  • Fundamentals of Multi-Engine Instructing
  • Others…

Once Complete, You Can:

  • Help students earn their multi-engine ratings
  • Maintain currency of your own multi-engine rating while getting paid for it
  • Build the next generation of great multi-engine pilots

FAA Minimum Requirements:

  • Multi-Engine Rating
  • 3rd Class Medical
  • 10 Hours of Flight Time
  • 10 Hours of Flight Instruction

Cost

Cost to complete the MEI Course varies a lot based off of how long a student takes to complete their training.

Minimum Cost: $7,000

 


Fly With Regal Air:

  • 1-on-1 Instruction – Learn at your own pace and get personalized training from our experienced instructors
  • Schedule Flexibility – Fly every day or whenever you can. We can train you around your schedule
  • Quality Aircraft – All of our aircraft are in excellent shape and very well-maintained. They’re perfect for learning to fly in!
  • Job Opportunities – If you’re a great pilot and instructor, we frequently have openings for CFIs and CFIIs

 

Call us at (425) 353-9123 or contact us to start flying!

Note:
The above prices are very rough estimates. More accurate prices, including a full breakdown of costs, can be found by clicking on the link for the Price Sheet. This is not a guarantee of completion or costs. Your actual costs may be higher due to individual skills, weather conditions, your flying frequency and/or additional special needs training.

Prices do not include occasional fuel surcharges during volatile fuel pricing.
All rentals include fuel and limited insurance.