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Old 31st Dec 2018, 09:44
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Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: London (FAA CPL/CFI)
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Originally Posted by Genghis the Engineer View Post
Look at the possibility of CRI --> FAA CFI --> EASA FI.

It may seem odd, but neither transition, this way, requires minimum training, only "as required" followed by examination. It may be cheaper and easier for somebody with your instructional hours.

You do however need an FAA CPL/IR to get the FAA CFI, which may prevent this - depending upon your personal circumstances.

Genghis, I was told there is no way to go from FAA CFI to EASA FI. I guess if that means no set hours just pass the exams (again) that's one thing but boy that was a lot of work.
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