Now at Tipton - Fort Meade Flight Activity

Special Flight Rules Area (SFRA)

All pilots must complete the DC Metro SFRA course prior to flying within 60 miles of the DCA VOR

Schedule your FAA Knowledge Exam at NAFC

Certified Flight Instructor - Instrument Flight Training (CFII)

NAFC’s course fulfills the FAA Part 141 requirements for the Fight Instructor – Instrument Certificate.  The course consists of 15 hours of flight training.  The student will receive the required training for the fundamentals of instructing; technical subject areas; preflight preparation; preflight lesson on a maneuver to be performed in flight; air traffic control clearances and procedures; flight by reference to instruments; navigation systems; instrument approach procedures; emergency operations; and postflight procedures.  If two to three flight lessons are completed a week, the Flight Instructor – Instrument Certificate can be completed in approximately one to two months. 

The ground instruction encompasses 15 hours of ground training.  Lessons include the learning process; elements of effective teaching; student evaluation and testing; course development; lesson planning; and classroom training techniques.


Ground Instruction
Course Materials - Charts, Oral Exam Guide, PTS, AFD
15 hours dual Instruction C-172
10 Hours Post and Preflight

Approximate Total Cost*


*Costs are based on the minimum FAA Part 141 requirements, aircraft model flown and are dependent upon pilot proficiency. Prices are subject to change based on vendor products and fuel costs.