No matter what your final aviation goals are, becoming a flight instructor is a great way to achieve them. As a flight instructor, you can:
- Earn an income as an instructor while still logging flight hours
- Retain all of the knowledge you’ve gained by reviewing it with your students
- Challenge yourself to develop a new skill set
- Develop your skill as a captain
- Work and network in the field
Becoming a certified flight instructor is a great way for you to find quality employment as a pilot with low flight hours—and it gives you the ability to continue logging hours with the least expense to you.
Flight certificate programs are delivered in accordance with CFR Part 141 under Lynn University’s CFR Part 141 certificate. Simulator certificate programs are offered in accordance with CFR Part 141 under Lynn University’s CFR Part 141 certificate. You’ll receive your FAA-issued certificate after completing all certificate requirements and passing all examinations.
See the courses you’ll take and learn more about the certified flight instructor certificate:
Your new certificate will give you access to impressive career opportunities—many more than we could ever hope to list. Still, we’ve created this short sampling of careers you might pursue starting with this certificate:
- Airplane flight instructor
- University aviation professor
- Ground school / flight simulator instructor
We’re happy to help you set and reach your career goals. At Lynn, all students enjoy free career planning services.