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CFI & CFII ground and Flight training minimum requiremnts

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FAA Regulations, Flight Instructor, Instrument Rating

Why many flight schools offer much less ground and flight hours in their Part 141 CFI/CFII training programs than the minimum FAA CFI/CFII training requirements? Note: 1. the FAA Part 141 requires 40 hrs ground and 25 hrs flight training for the CFI. and 2. 15 hrs ground and 15 hrs flight training for the CFII (these are the MINIMUM required by the FAA)

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  1. Michael David Teninty on Sep 25, 2013

    Those are part 141 requirements… Part 61 schools are not required to meet them.

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