Code of Federal Aviation Regulations 14 CFR Part 61.187(b)(3) details the areas of operation in which training must be received for the issue of a Certified Flight Instructor (Helicopter) rating, and 14 CFR Part 61.183 details the minimum requirements for the issue of the rating Certified Flight Instructor (Instrument-Helicopter) - minimum eligibility requirements.
There is no minimum hour requirement for the training for a CFII(H), and the training required to become proficient to the required standard will vary from person to person.
The course is typically 8-10 hours of flight instruction, and 15 hours of ground instruction, and the sample costing is based on these typical times.
Course Outline & Fees
- 8 hours of dual flight instruction | $2,800
- 15 hours of ground instruction (one-to-one) | $900
- FAA written knowledge test | $165
- Practical test and checkride | $600
Course Total - $4,465
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Minimum eligibility requirements:
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language to at least ICAO level 4 (minimum operational level)
- Hold an FAA third class medical certificate
- Hold either an FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate or Airline Transport Pilot Certificate with a Rotorcraft Category, Helicopter Class rating with an instrument rating
- Pass a written knowledge test for Certified Flight Instructor (Helicopter)
- Pass a practical test with an FAA Designated Pilot Examiner – the test comprises an oral exam and a flight test