So you want to be a flying instructor

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Re: So you want to be a flying instructor

#76 Post by Big Pistons Forever » Sun Oct 26, 2014 8:24 pm

Cat Driver wrote:The test requires you touch down on a given point on the runway and you must contact the runway within 400 feet of that point?
If you have a question about what the requirements are for the 180 deg precision landing on the CPL flight test I recommend you go to the TC web page and download the CPL flight test guide.

If you have any advice for instructors on how best to actually teach this manoever then I would suggest you post that as it is exactly what I, as the OP, was hoping would be added to this thread.
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Re: So you want to be a flying instructor

#77 Post by Cat Driver » Sun Oct 26, 2014 8:28 pm

Sorry about that.
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Re: So you want to be a flying instructor

#78 Post by LakesideFlightSchool » Wed Mar 15, 2017 6:27 pm

We are looking for a CFI and we are based in Gimli. Anyone Class 3 and above interested. Please contact Lakeside Flight School by emailing your resume to david@interlakeaviation.com and info@lakesideflightschool.ca
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