Flight Instructor Training - Internship

Start your new career in aviation as a Flight Instructor and train the next generation of pilots.

Embark on a transformative journey with our Flight Instructor Training Internship Program – a comprehensive 4-6 weeks training followed by a one-year immersive term, empowering cadets to guide the next generation of aviators through approximately 500 hours of hands-on instruction

This training program is approved in accordance with EASA AMC and GM documentation.

About Airwin

Ever since Airwin was brought to life in 2016, its ultimate goal is to train pilots at the highest levels. Its all-inclusive training portfolio includes an EASA-approved portfolio that covers everything an aspiring pilot might need, whether one is just keen on flying a single-engine aircraft for a hobby or if it's a life-long dream and career decision.

The academy boasts a fully a digitalized training platform, the newest AT Aero-3 and Pipistrel SW121 Explorer aircrafts available in the market with Glass Cockpit technology, full EASA-accreditation, and - last, but not least - the friendliest and most prepared flight instructor crew on the continent.

When our cadets finish our courses and obtain the licence of their choice, they can be sure that with the training Airwin provided, they will be able to fly safely, responsibly and confidently, with the thorough theoretical and practical knowledge needed.

70 500+


22 500+

Flight Hours


Pilots trained

Pre-Entry Requirements

The Flight Instructor training is available for a wide range of pilots with various experiences. For clarification do not hesitate to contact us!
For general requirements and privileges refer to Annex I Subpart J of regulation EU 1178/2011 (Part-FCL).

step 1

General Requirements

– Minimum age 21.
– Hold valid EASA Pilot License
– Part-MED Class 2 or 1 medical certificate
– Valid SEP(land) Class Rating

step 2

PPL(A) Holders

In addition to the general requirements:
– 200 hours of total flight time
– 150 hours flight time as a PIC
Applicants without CPL or ATPL theoretical credit are permitted to function as LAPL(A) or SEP(land) CR(A) instructors.

step 3

CPL(A) Holders

Holders of an EASA Commercial Pilot License (Aeroplane) in addition to the general requirements should have at least 140 hours of total flight time.

step 4

Pre-Entry Flight

All applicants to the Flight Instructor course should pass the pre-entry flight assessment to ensure the best training experience and facilitate positive training.


  • Access to custom study material
  • Aero AT3-R100 or Pipistrel SW121 Explorer Garmin Glass Cockpit Training Aircraft
  • Airwin introduction package
  • Epaulette
  • Airwin Mentor access
  • All exam fees
6 350 EUR
  • 6.350 EUR due prior starting the program.
  • If AE18 score is above AWFICS, we will offer a one year contract with a 1.000 EUR monthly salary and the training can be continued without further payment, the remaining 2.550 EUR will be part of our proposal
  • If AE18 score is above AWFICS, we will offer a one year contract with a 1.000 EUR monthly salary and the training can be continued without further payment, the remaining 2.550 EUR will be part of our proposal
  • We cover the rest of your training and pay you an additional 12.000 EUR within a one year period. 
  • It means that after one year you are an experienced professional who flew approximately 500 hours as an instructor and made 12.000 EUR.
~500 instructed flight hours +
1000 EUR/month

Prices on this website are subject to change and primarly available for EU citizens. Additional charges may apply due to administrative and other operation related tasks. For more information please contact Airwin at register@airwin.hu or +3670 671 1148.

Course Structure

The Airwin EASA Flight Instructor training program is developed with respect to AMC1 FLC.930.FI where student pilots pursue the obtainment of a Flight Instructor rating with restricted priviledges.


 THEORY hours


flight hours


week duration

Pre-Entry Flight

Prior to the enrolment of the course the applicants should complete the 1 hour and 30 minutes pre-entry flight on the Aero AT3-R100 Garmin Glass Cockpit training aircraft.

Part 1: Teaching and Learning

The interactive virtual classroom instruction sessions include the following syllabi items:

TK.FI.11 The Learning Process
TK.FI.12 The Teaching Process
TK.FI.20 Human Performance and Limitations relevant to Flight Instruction
TK.FI.30 Training philosophies
TK.FI.41 Techniques of applied instruction: Classroom instruction
TK.FI.42 Techniques of applied instruction: Airborne instruction
TK.FI.50 Principles of Flight
TK.FI.61 Student evaluation and testing: assessment of performance
TK.FI.62 Student evaluation and testing: analysis of errors
TK.FI.70 Training Program Development
TK.FI.73 Flight Planning and Monitoring
TK.FI.80 Specific Hazards during Flight Instruction
TK.FI.90 Training Administration

During this part students receive 25 hours of formal classroom instruction with integrated guided discussions.

Part 2: Air Exercises

The practical part of the training focuses on various instructor competencies which enables the students to develop the required knowledge, skill and attitude required for safe airborne instructions.

Subsection 1: Airspace, Traffic Circuits and Correctional Skills  
Subsection 2: Navigation Flight, Dead Reckoning and Low level / Poor visibility operations
Subsection 3: Basic Instrument Flying, Unusual Attitudes and Correctional Skills
Subsection 4: Emergency Procedures

This part includes 30 hours of dual flight instruction with various scenario-based exercises. All flights to be completed from the instructor’s seat.

Participants of the EASA Flight Instructor Internship Training program should pass the progress check with AIPS performance at the end of Subsection 1.

CAA Practical Examination

The official practical examination comprises of 2 parts:
– Pre-flight breifing and lecture on a pre-selected subjects
– 1 hour flight with a Flight Examiner on-board
Our Flight Examiners are recognised by most of the CAAs. Please provide information on your licensing authority at the start of the course to organise the necessary paperwork.

A few things we’re great at

For the Flight Instructor training program, we packed together everything you need to gain experience from the beginning…

Virtual Classroom Instruction

Study from your office or home and consult with Airwin Instructors online.

All Electronic Administration

We save the planet for the future generation of pilots. Airwin trainings are paperless!

Supervised Real-world Instruction

Instruct real students under supervision during your training!

What Our Clients Say

“I chose Airwin because it’s a friendly school with brand new aircrafts. I finished my PPL training this year and will follow with my ATPL training now. The weather is sure much better than in Scandinavia where I am coming from and Hungary is one of the most beautiful countries in Europe.”

Adam Thormassy | pilot @ norway

“Perhaps the best way to learn responsibility is to be given the opportunity to be responsible, especially in the early stages of your aviation career. Hence, I am glad that Airwin encourages students to make decisions about how they learn best during theory classes.”

Mert Kaftar | Cadet @ SUNEXPRESS

“Great facilities, great team, brand new airplanes. Just did (A)UPRT there. It seemed a useless training, but after this experience I would say that when you have to do everything that until this moment you’ve been taught not to, you realize the importance of this course. Thanks to everyone at Airwin!”

Dimo Vladimirov | pilot @ bulgaria