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Old March 1st 05, 02:42 PM
Jay Honeck
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Default CFI without commercial?

What are the rules nowadays for getting your CFI? Is a commercial rating
required before you can become a CFI? I imagine it is, since you're
"flying for hire"...?

I know you *used* to be able to get your CFI without an instrument rating,
but I understand that is no longer allowed, right?
Jay Honeck
Iowa City, IA
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