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Flight Instructor - A320 family

Low-Cost Airline United States

Airbus

A320 family

Employment -  Part Time

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Frontier Airlines

Frontier Airlines
  • Low-Cost Airline

United States | N. America
  • Fleet:

    114

  • On Order:

    238

    Aircraft on order

Flight Instructor - A320 family

  • Type Rated

Airbus

A320 family

Employment - Part Time

Minimum requirements

Total time1500 hours
Type ratingRequired
Flight time notes
  • Flight time is not specified by the employer. Minimum 1500 hours is indicated due to preferred ATP requirement for this position; actual time required may vary.
LicenseATP, CFI
Lic. AuthorityFAA
MedicalClass 1
ICAO English level4
Covid-19 vaccinationNot specified

Additional requirements

  • Must possess the appropriate airman certificate, class rating and type rating.
  • Completed Frontier Airlines Training or bridge program on the A320 Series and required recurrent training, if required.
  • Current Proficiency Check (PC) and/or Proficiency Training (PT), if required.
  • Complete the Frontier Airlines Simulator Instructor or bridge training curriculum, if required

Preferred

  • ATP with an A320 Type rating preferred
  • Part 121 aircraft training experience preferred
  • Previous Simulator Instructor/Evaluator or other applicable training experience for a minimum of 1 year preferred
  • Bachelors degree preferred

Base location

  • United States | N. America
  • DEN - Denver

Job description

The Instructor, Flight Operations provides instruction utilizing classroom, flight training devices and simulators to Frontier Airlines Pilots for initial, transition, upgrade, and recurrent flight training in accordance with Frontier and FAA regulations and policies.

Facilitate initial, transition, upgrade and recurrent training, including A320 systems, Frontier Airlines policies and procedures, applicable FAA Regulations and Emergency training.

Prepare students for flight evaluations by providing high quality training and effective feedback.

Conduct training tasks including lesson planning, classroom and simulator set-up, upkeep of current aviation publications and instructional training materials.

Maintain record of all training activities, participants and results.

Assist senior instructors and department managers as required.

Assist in course design and development.

Work closely with the Director, Flight Ops Training to identify and resolve issues with training.

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Compensation & benefits

  • $450.00 per simulator event
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Base location

  • United States | N. America
  • DEN - Denver

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