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This information has been summarized and reduced in order to provide a basic understanding; exceptions are not fully covered. Please always refer to current FARs to get all necessary details.

FAR 61.183 [Eligibility Requirements] [Excerpt]


To be eligible for a flight instructor certificate or rating, you must:

  1. Be at least 18 years of age.
  2. Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language.
  3. Hold either a commercial or airline transport pilot certificate with an aircraft category and class rating appropriate to the flight instructor rating sought.
  4. Hold an instrument rating, if you hold a commercial pilot certificate and are applying for a instructor certificate with an airplane rating, or a powered-lift rating, or an instrument rating.
  5. Log at least 15 hours as pilot in command in the category and class of aircraft that is appropriate to the flight instructor rating sought.
  6. Pass the knowledge tests.
  7. Pass the practical test.


FAR 61.185 [Aeronautical Knowledge] [Excerpt]


If you are applying for a flight instructor certificate, you must receive and log ground training from an authorized instructor on:

  1. The fundamentals of instructing, including the learning process, elements of effective teaching, student evaluation and testing, course development, lesson planning and classroom training techniques.
  2. The aeronautical knowledge areas for a recreational, private, and commercial pilot certificate applicable to the aircraft category for which flight instructor privileges are sought.
  3. The aeronautical knowledge areas for the instrument rating applicable to the category for which instrument flight instructor privileges are sought.

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