The Chief Flight Instructor is responsible for managing CFI’s and Training Course Outlines that pertain to FAA Part 141 Certification and Part 61 training.
This position is also responsible for ensuring students obtain pilot certification necessary to fulfill graduation requirements under FAR parts 61, 91 and 141 in a cost effective manner.
This person will be responsible for fulfilling the responsibilities of Chief Flight and Ground Instructor as specified in FAR part 141 and will act as the primary liaison between Flight Operations at the FAA.
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-Master’s degree in Aviation, Education, Safety, Management or related field.
- Current FAA Pilot Certificates (Commercial ASEL/AMEL/IR, Flight Instructor, Instrument Flight Instructor, Multiengine Flight Instructor).
- Airline Transport Pilot Certificate.
Experience Meets Chief Flight Instructor requirements per 141.35:
- At least 2,000 hours as pilot in command.
- Three years’ experience as a Certified Flight Instructor – 1,000 hours of dual given.
- Two years’ experience as a CFII – 250 hours of instrument dual given.
- At least one year of experience as a ground school instructor at a certified pilot school. ... Continue Reading
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