The Flight Instructor Certificate (FI) prepares you for the role as a flight instructor. During the course 8-12 week program you will learn how to prepare briefings and conduct practical sessions for flight training. The Flight Instructor Certificate is a good way to gain experience after you have finished your commercial pilot training, and it gives you the opportunity to refine your pilot skills.
Here we combine the instructional theory and flight training to enhance, demonstrate and instruct the student during all phases of flight. The flight training consist of 30 hours of which 5 hours are to be flown with another flight instructor candidate where they teach each other during flight.
In this part we will cover most aspects of the instructional technique and theory, psychology, human performance and limitation during instructions, as well as the structure, presentation and lecture technique, with both shorter and longer practice lectures within the classroom.
FI – Flight Instructor
The price for the Flight Instructor course is € 8250.
IRI – Instrument Rating Instructor certificate
The full price of the IRI course is € 2015, for candidates not holding an FI license.
The price for holders of an FI(A) depends on previous experience, reducing the price to as low as € 1082. Additional crediting options are available.
Flight Instructor Refresher Seminar
The refresher seminar costs € 110.
The study fees are updated on 2 January 2018 and are subject to change.
Keilir Aviation Academy has a fleet consisting entirely of state-of-the-art Diamond aircraft. In contrast to many other flight schools that utilize older aircraft, our planes are up to 50% more fuel-efficient. This is one of the reasons that we can offer training with a very competitive price tag.
We have a limited amount of apartments and rooms available for shorter stays and we also cooperate with local Hostels and Bed&Breakfast in the near proximity.
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All pilot training will be taught in English (both for Icelandic and International students).
We close for applications one month before the respective course start, i.e if the course starts 1. August we close for applications 1. July.
To fly commercially you will need:
Most companies also require completion of the Airline Transport Pilot License theoretical course (ATPL) and a Multi-crew Cooperation course (MCC).
After completion of the Integrated Professional Pilot Program you will graduate with all of the above licenses and ratings. Please note some airlines require additional requirements and flying experience.
We require payment for the training upfront, however, the tuition fee is divided into multiple installments so you are not required to pay for the full training cost at once. The payment plan can be found in your Training Agreement.
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