Certified Flight Instructor 

Certified Flight Instructors hold the key to training the next generation of aviators. It is a rewarding career that allows you to mentor and teach your future colleagues! If you are interested in becoming a CFI, we can help you become an effective instructor.

Certified Flight Instructor Requirements 

  • Logged at least 250 total flight hours (FAA Requirement)

  • Hold a commercial pilot certificate with instrument rating (FAA Requirement)

  • Minimum 10 hours flight training in the right seat

  • Instructor ground training

  • Practical test preparation (FAA Requirement)

  • Passing the Fundamentals of Instruction (FOI) written exam

  • Passing a 60 question written exam and a practical test with an FAA examiner

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Why is the Greeley-Weld County Airport an amazing General Aviation airport for Flight Training?

  • There’s no control tower on the airfield.

  • We don't have to wait for takeoff clearance, don't have to wait to land, and don't have to wait for any type of clearances from Air Traffic Control. This allows the student to learn to fly without external pressures coming from a control tower.

  • There’s good complexity available at the airport: Multiple runways in use, multiple taxiways, complex environment to navigate, crossing runways, and utilizing outbound vs inbound taxiways.

  • It has a runway with a right traffic pattern allowing the ability to practice standard and non-standard traffic patterns.

  • Two full-sized runways that allows great flight training for different types of landings Airport is in close proximity to practice areas, saving time and money for commuting to the practice areas.

  • Close proximity to towered airports for tower operations - allows for so many different flight training opportunities when learning tower ops.


Learning to fly at the Greeley, Colorado Airport ~ Join our fantastic General Aviation community!

Our airport allows flight students to explore all avenues of aviation! It’s such a friendly environment - In one hour at this airport, you’ll meet more people than you’ll meet in a year at Fort Collins, Colorado! You’ll have access to people from all different aspects of aviation