Instrument Rating Instructor
How to become Instrument Rating Instructor? There are both ways. If you are not FI you must have at least 800 flight time in IFR. If you are FI then you need to log at least 200 hours in IFR including maximum 50 h training in FNTP II. That way is much faster so experienced flight instructors like Piotr Bielicki who works now as airline pilot for Sky Taxi company, decide to upgrade their licence with FI/IR. Smart Aviation is offering proffesional courses for flight instructors: FI, CRI(SP)ME, IRI SE ME, MCCI. If you want to get more information please contact us directy.