- Conduct proficiency checks in an approved flight simulator
- Flight instruction in an approved flight simulator
- Supervision of the re-establishment of landing currency
- Special checks provided the instructor is qualified in the specific activity for which the check is being conducted (such as CAT II and CAT III operations)
- Certification of proficiency of airman after completion of flight training
- Ground instruction for airman and the certification of completion of ground training
- Must hold the airman certificates and ratings, except medical certificate, to serve as PIC in revenue service. (FAR 121.411 (C) (1)
- A medical certificate appropriate to the crew position occupied on the line is required for Instructor who maintains like currency
- Instructors who have reached their 65th birthday or do not hold an appropriate medical certificate must fly at least two flight segments as a required crewmember or complete the Check Airman Line Observation Module within the 12 month period preceding the performance of Instructor duty.
- Meet the training and currency requirements to serve as PIC. These requirements may be met by using a Level B (or higher) flight simulator.
- Demonstrate, initially and at least biennially, to an FAA inspector the ability to conduct a proficiency in an approved flight simulator.
- Successful completion of a DOT pre-employment drug screen and background check
- Ability to clearly communicate with co-workers; stand, bend, and reach; sit for extended periods of time; and comply with ATI attendance requirements.
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