are there any flight schools which sponsor for CFI?

December 11, 2008

Hello Sir,
My name is Amey Bhawkar and I m an Indian National holding a Current FAA appproved commercial pilot certificate with instrument and multi engine rating!!

I completed my training in April,2008,and My aviation record so far has been accident free and safe!!
I have a total of 257 hrs. with 25 hrs. on the multi engine.
I want tyo know r there any flight schools which require CFI,CFII s and r ready to sponsor?
i m interested and then further i can work and repay them!!

Hi Amey,

Congratulations on the Commercial Certificate! That's a big accomplishment. I think the best thing to do would be to take a student loan to finish up CFI and/or CFII training. After you get the rating(s) and get hired by a flight school, you can then begin to pay off the loan. I don't think you would have very good luck finding an internship-type learn/teach program.

-Happy flying.

are there any flight schools which sponsor for CFI?

December 11, 2008

Hello Sir,
My name is Amey Bhawkar and I m an Indian National holding a Current FAA appproved commercial pilot certificate with instrument and multi engine rating!!

I completed my training in April,2008,and My aviation record so far has been accident free and safe!!
I have a total of 257 hrs. with 25 hrs. on the multi engine.
I want tyo know r there any flight schools which require CFI,CFII s and r ready to sponsor?
i m interested and then further i can work and repay them!!

Hi Amey,

Congratulations on the Commercial Certificate! That's a big accomplishment. I think the best thing to do would be to take a student loan to finish up CFI and/or CFII training. After you get the rating(s) and get hired by a flight school, you can then begin to pay off the loan. I don't think you would have very good luck finding an internship-type learn/teach program.

-Happy flying.

are there any flight schools which sponsor for CFI?

December 11, 2008

Hello Sir,
My name is Amey Bhawkar and I m an Indian National holding a Current FAA appproved commercial pilot certificate with instrument and multi engine rating!!

I completed my training in April,2008,and My aviation record so far has been accident free and safe!!
I have a total of 257 hrs. with 25 hrs. on the multi engine.
I want tyo know r there any flight schools which require CFI,CFII s and r ready to sponsor?
i m interested and then further i can work and repay them!!

Hi Amey,

Congratulations on the Commercial Certificate! That's a big accomplishment. I think the best thing to do would be to take a student loan to finish up CFI and/or CFII training. After you get the rating(s) and get hired by a flight school, you can then begin to pay off the loan. I don't think you would have very good luck finding an internship-type learn/teach program.

-Happy flying.

The Air Safety Foundation’s David Wright Updates …

December 11, 2008

ASF’s Vice President of Operations Talks About Air Safety Programs

AOPA… well-known as the 600 pound gorilla of aviation ociations, has a cousin that isn’t as well-known… though it should be. Cognizant of the issues involved in aviation safety — and the many controversies surrounding how to deal with them, the Air safety Foundation has NOT sat on the sidelines of this issue… but instead has taken a leading role in the examination of a myriad of safety issues and the subsequent education of the pilot population so that those issues might be better understood, throughout the industry.

The AOPA Air Safety Foundation is ‘a nonprofit, tax exempt organization promoting safety and pilot proficiency in general aviation through quality training, education, research, analysis, and the dissemination of information.’

Aero-TV sat down with several ASF and AOPA staffers over the last few months to get a feel for the organization and the people that staff it… this time catching up with David Wright, ASF’s Vice President of Operations.

David joined ASF in November 2002 and serves as the vice president of operations. In that role he is responsible for all of ASF’s day-to-day operations in support of the Foundation’s strategic objectives. He also contributes to the live and online ASF safety seminars that reach more than 100,000 pilots yearly with updated flight safety information.

He holds an MBA from the University of Maryland and a bachelor’s degree in aeronautics from the University of North Dakota, and has been both lead flight instructor for UND and an airline pilot with USAir Express. He holds an FAA commercial pilot certificate, is a flight instructor with both instrument and multi-engine ratings, and has logged about 2,500 flight hours.

ASF’s David Wright Talks Safety With Aero-TV

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Cessna 172 stall

December 11, 2008

Cessna 172 performing a stall

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