Privileges of a Multi-Engine Flight Instructor Rating
|Fly in the Daytime||Yes|
|Fly at Night||Yes|
|Fly Clear of Clouds||Yes|
|Fly in the Clouds|
|Can Take a Passenger||Yes|
|Can Take Multiple Passenger||Yes|
|Sport Pilot Aircraft|
|Single Engine Aircraft|
|Multiple Engine Aircraft||Yes|
|Get Paid for Piloting||Yes|
What GCA offers to your advantage:
- GCA is the only flight school in the State that offers Garmin G1000 equipped aircraft for instruction and rental.
- Time spent towards the Private Pilot License applies to more advanced licenses.
- Picturesque Pontchartrain Lake and New Orleans Skyline.
- Conveniently located at the Lakefront Airport: a demanding yet relaxed airspace with high tolerance for students and new pilots.
- Location allows training (and instructor signoff) in Airspace Classification B, C, and D.
- A full motion simulator that allows a level of Emergency Procedures and System training that is typically not available at other schools.
- Be 18 Years of Age
- Read, write, speak and understand English
- Hold a Medical Certificate
- Hold a Commercial Pilot Certificate or an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate
- Hold a Flight Instructor Certificate with an Airplane Category and Single-Engine Class Rating
- Pass a FAA Private Pilot Practical Test
Training Requirements (By MINIMUM FAA Standards for 141):
In a Piper Seminole PA-44 180T
Study Kit: $310.95 (Jeppesen Kit contains CFI, CFII, and MEI Courses)
Dual: 25 Hours @ $255 / Hr (See Aircraft Page N90PA)
Instructor-Flight: 20 Hours @ $59 / Hr
Instructor-Ground: 20 Hours @ $49 / Hr
Medical: $75 (Valid for two years regardless of license sought)
Renter’s Insurance: $225 (Valid for one year regardless of aircraft rented)
FAA Examiner Fee: $600
Misc Books and Charts: $100
Although the syllabus is designed to meet Part 141 requirements, it can be used to meet Part 61 knowledge and proficiency requirements. Part 61 does not specify a minimum number of hours of flight or ground instruction for the flight instructor training. When the syllabus is used for training under Part 61, the applicant’s knowledge and proficiency level determines the number of hours required for flight and ground training.
You can read more about the detailed requirements and the privileges various licenses give you on the FAA’s Becoming a Pilot Web Page.
We will provide you with the best flight training experience available. If at any time you do not feel that we are offering you the best training that you can receive, we will happily refund you all funds on account not yet used.
We will readily provide you with references from current and past students who have completed their rating in many less hours than the national average. Be sure you ask how many hours it takes students to complete ratings when shopping for flight training, and be sure that the school is able to provide you solid student references.