Flight Instructor Course


At Panamedia we are constantly training students and pilots from other places who take the Flight Instructor course. In addition to obtaining the relevant title for flight instruction, another objective of the course is for the instructor to acquire all the knowledge and best teaching techniques so that the future student under his supervision feels completely safe and confident.

Flight Instructor Course Objective

The objective of the Flight Instructor Course is to obtain the Flight Instructor – FI (A) qualification with which the holder will be enabled for flight training.



  • To have at least one CPL (A), or in the case of only being holder of a PPL (A): to have completed 200 hours of flight, of which 150 must be as Pilot-in-Command (PIC).
  • To have passed the CPL(A) theoretical knowledge exams.
  • 30 hours of flight in single-engine piston aircraft (SEP), of which 5 hours must have been performed in the 6 months preceding the entrance test.
  • To have received 10 hours of instruction in instrumental flights (5 of them can be in flight simulator or FNPT II).
  • 20 hours of cross-country flights (XC) as Pilot in Command (PIC) with a flight of more than 300 NM that includes 2 stops at 2 different airfields.

Flight instruction

  • Single-engine SE (A): 30 hours of instruction of which 25 hours will be dual-command hours (5 of them can be from a shared flight with another FI(A) applicant).
    • If the course is held at the Panamedia base in Mallorca, 5 of these hours will be held in an FNPT II simulator.

Ground instruction

  • 125 theoretical hours on psychology, teaching, and applied instruction.

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Pablo Israel is the Principles of Flight teacher at Panamedia International Flight School. Pablo studied aeronautical engineering in "Univeridad del Trabajo/Fuerza Aérea Uruguaya" in 2015, and your obtained his Comercial Pilot License in "Hangar 13 Uruguay" in 2018. In 2020, Pablo finished his academic aviation instructor course also in "Hangar 13 Uruguay". Pablo had the chance to work as a flight dispatcher in 2016, and in 2019 he was responsible for the maintenance and continue airworthiness of a BE35 and other planes for "AgroParaguay" in Paraguay. Also, he was the PIC (Pilot in Command) of the BE35 (Beechcraft Bonanza), flying to many different destinations all around South America. In 2021, he decided to move to Spain, where he was working for a ULM flight school as an administrative and ground & simulator instructor. -- Pablo Israel es instructor en tierra de Principios de Vuelo en Panamedia Escuela Internacional de Pilotos. Pablo estudió Ingeniería Aeronáutica en la Universidad del Trabajo/Fuerza Aérea Uruguaya en 2015, y obtuvo su Licencia de Piloto Comercial en Hangar 13 Uruguay en 2018. En 2020 Pablo terminó su curso de instructor académico en aviación también en "Hangar 13 Uruguay". Pablo tuvo la oportunidad de trabajar como despachante de vuelo en 2016, en 2019 fue responsable del mantenimiento y continuar la aeronavegabilidad de un BE35 y otros para "AgroParaguay" en Paraguay. También fue el PIC (Piloto al Mando) del BE35 (Beechcraft Bonanza), volando a muchos destinos diferentes en toda América del Sur. En 2021 decidió trasladarse a España donde estuvo trabajando para una escuela de vuelo ULM como instructor administrativo, de tierra y simulador. 🛩 ATPL course 👩‍✈️🧑‍✈️ 🗓 Next course start: 25th Sept 2023 📍 Mallorca / Valencia / Castellón 📲 www.panamedia.org . . . . . #Panamedia #escueladepilotos #flightschool #pilot #Mallorca #Valencia #ATPL #PPL #CPL #MCC #UPRT #RPA #UAS #UAVenterprise #Vueling #AirNostrum #Iberia #AirEuropa #Volotea #Wizzair #Kuwait