I am a retired Army helicopter pilot that currently holds RW Comm Instrument rating. I am attending a part 141 school for my FW SEL
I would have to pass the required practical test that is appropriate to the flight instructor rating sought, in an:
Aircraft that is representative of the category and class of aircraft for the aircraft rating sought.
The way I interpret this reg: To get a CFI in an SEL, I have to get a ride in such. In order to get an CFI in a helicopter, I'd also have to get a ride in such. But, there may be a way I can minimize the examination for both. Am I off base on this? Anyone do this before?
My question is:
What is the quickest and lowest cost path to obtain a CFI in both RW and FW?
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