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EASA FI to FAA FI

Old 9th Nov 2021, 16:25
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EASA FI to FAA FI

Anyone know the process and cost for a EASA ATPL holder with a FI to a FAA flight instructor ?
I have about 2000 hours , EASA ATPL with about 250 hours dual given .
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Old 9th Nov 2021, 16:44
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It's all in 61.183

Basically you need an FAA Commercial and IR (assuming it's for airplane) or ATP, training and necessary logbook endorsements then two written tests, training as required to take the practical test plus spin endorsement.
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