Certified Flight Instructor
Questions and Answers
Under Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) Part 1, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) defines a medical certificate as “acceptable evidence of physical fitness on a form prescribed by the Administrator.”
You must contact an AME of your choosing, schedule an appointment, complete an official FAA application form via MedXPress, and undergo a physical examination by an AME. If you meet the appropriate medical standards, the AME will issue you a medical certificate.
Any person exercising the privileges of any of the following certificates: airline transport pilot certificate, commercial pilot certificate, private pilot certificate, recreational pilot certificate, flight instructor certificate (when acting as pilot in command if serving as a required pilot flight crew member), flight engineer certificate, flight navigator certificate, or student pilot certificate.
We’ve built a reputation on high teaching standards that include personalized flight training programs and a desire to help students succeed. We strive to bring those same standards to every student that passes through our hangar.
What makes inflight unique is our culture. Pilot training is more than a hobby for us — it’s a passion. Here, you’ll develop personal relationships with the instructors and pilots as they guide you through a custom-tailored flight program.