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FI(A) - Flight Instructor
Unser Kurs bringt Sie auf ein Höchstmaß an Professionalität. Wenn Sie bereit sind Ihr Wissen mit unseren Schülern zu teilen und Ihre Fähigkeiten als Pilot und Ausbilder im beruflichen Hintergrund kontinuierlich verbessern wollen, dann sind Sie bei uns richtig.. Es ist nicht nur die Ausbildung, sondern auch ein zusätzlicher Luftfahrtberuf!
1.7.1 The aim of the course
The aim of the IRI training course is to train aircraft licence holders to the level of competence defined in FCL.920.
1.7.2 Privileges of license/rating
The privileges of FIs are to conduct flight instruction for the issue, revalidation or renewal of:
a) a PPL, an SPL, a BPL and a LAPL in the appropriate aircraft category;
b) class and type ratings for single-pilot aircraft, except for single-pilot high-performance complex aer-
oplanes; class and group extensions for balloons and class recencies for sailplanes;
c) class and type ratings for single-pilot aeroplanes, except for single-pilot high-performance complex
aeroplanes, in multi-pilot operations, provided that FIs meet any of the following conditions: (1) hold or have held a TRI certificate for multi-pilot aeroplanes;
(2) have completed all of the following:
(i) at least 500 hours as pilots in multi-pilot operations on aeroplanes;
(ii) the training course for an MCCI in accordance with point FCL.930.MCCI; d) type ratings for single or multi-pilot airships;
e) a CPL in the appropriate aircraft category, provided that FIs have completed at least 200 hours of flight instruction in that aircraft category;
f) the night rating, provided that FIs meet all of the following conditions:
(1) are qualified to fly at night in the appropriate aircraft category;
(2) have demonstrated the ability to instruct at night to an FI qualified in accordance with point (j);
(3) comply with the night experience requirement laid down in point FCL.060(b)(2);
g) a towing, aerobatic or, in the case of FIs(S), a cloud flying rating, provided that such privileges are held and the FIs have demonstrated the ability to instruct for that rating to an FI qualified in accord- ance with point (j);
h) an EIR or IR in the appropriate aircraft category, provided that FIs meet all of the following conditions: (1) have completed at least 200 hours of flight time under IFR, of which a maximum of 50 hours may be instrument ground time in an FFS, an FTD 2/3 or an FNPT II;
(2) completed as student pilots the IRI training course and have passed an assessment of compe- tence for the IRI certificate;
(3) comply with points FCL.915.CRI(a), FCL.930.CRI and FCL.935 in the case of multi-engine aero- planes and with points FCL.910.TRI(c)(1) and FCL.915.TRI(d)(2) in the case of multi-engine heli- copters;
i) single-pilot multi-engine class or type ratings, except for single-pilot high-performance complex aer- oplanes, provided that they meet the following conditions:
(1)in the case of aeroplanes, comply with points FCL.915.CRI(a), FCL.930.CRI and FCL.935;
(2)in the case of helicopters, comply with points FCL.910.TRI(c)(1) and FCL.915.TRI(d)(2);
j) an FI, an IRI, a CRI, an STI or an MI certificate provided that they meet all of the following conditions: (1)they have completed at least 50 hours or 150 launches of flight instruction in sailplanes in the case of FI(S), at least 50 hours or 50 take-offs of flight instruction in balloons in the case of FI(B)
and 500 hours of flight instruction in the appropriate aircraft category in all other cases;
(2)they have passed an assessment of competence in accordance with point FCL.935 in the ap- propriate aircraft category to demonstrate to a flight instructor examiner (FIE) the ability to in- struct for the relevant certificate;
k) an MPL, provided that the FIs meet all of the following conditions:
(1) for the core flying phase of the training, have completed at least 500 hours of flight time as a pilot of aeroplanes, including at least 200 hours of flight instruction;
(2) for the basic phase of the training:
(i) hold a multi-engine aeroplane IR and the privilege to instruct for an IR;
(ii) have completed at least 1 500 hours of flight time in multi-crew operations;
(3) in the case of FIs already qualified to instruct on ATP(A) or CPL(A)/IR integrated courses, the requirement in point (2)(ii) may be replaced by the completion of a structured course of training consisting of:
(ii)observation of five sessions of flight instruction in Phase 3 of an MPL course; (iii)observation of five sessions of flight instruction in Phase 4 of an MPL course; (iv)observation of five operator recurrent line-oriented flight training sessions; (v)the content of the MCCI course.
In this case, FIs shall conduct their first five instructor sessions under the supervision of a TRI(A), an MCCI(A) or an SFI(A) qualified for MPL flight instruction.
500 h on aeroplanes / 200 h instructor / UPRT instructor course required to act as advanced UPRT instructor.
An FI shall have his privileges limited to conducting flight instruction under the supervision for an initial pe- riod. Refer to OM-A 5.
1.7.3 Pre-entry requirements
- - Class Rating as intended for instruction
- - Qualification-Flight
- - FI (A):
PPL (A) or CPL (A) or ATPL (A)
5h SEP within last 6 months before qualification flight
- - FI (S): SPL
1.7.4 Credits for previous experience
- - FI(A), (H) or (As)
shall be credited with 55 hours towards the FI (A) specific theoretical knowledge requirement in or with 18 hours towards FI(S) specific theoretical knowledge requirement. Also valid for expired FI licenses.
- - Other instructor certificate
Teaching and Learning Part (25 h) of the theoretical knowledge instruction will be credited.
1.7.5 Training Syllabi
The following values present a short overview of the respective training times. For detailed course structure refer to TM Parts 2, 3 and 4.
- 125 h Classroom - 25hA/C*
* 5 h may be student FI training each other
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