I am a pretty new first officer working for an airline.I am 20 years old. I have an Airbus A319/A320 type rating. I have a frozen ATPL, with multi engine CPL and instrument rating. I have always had a passion for teaching people. And after a few months in the line, I feel that airline flying is just not for me. So how do I go about being a flight instructor? what are the processes involved? and how much will it cost(approximate values would be fine)? And would my airline flying experience be an advantage? before anyone starts questioning my sanity, let me tell you this. Life's not all about money =)
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