Pheonix, Denver, Arlington/Dallas, Atlanta, Jacksonville.
Check above places. These locations are what I am considering for training. they include Maintenance centers, multi-engine, and CFI.
I need to choose a place. From your perspective, what would be the best location to go to school for and build instructor hours as fast as possible. This would probably mean locations with more student turnover? more planes to fly? Better opportunity to fly a plane as an instructor. My reason for this is to join United Aviate and get my 750 instructor hours required for joining the program.
Please, if you guys know the good location this is what i’m looking for. I’m actually from Dallas. I know the ATP center there in Arlington is brand new. This is where I would like to go to, since it is my residency. But I really want to fast track it. If i have to move to another location that provides a faster route for instructor hours, that’s all I need. I don’t need anything else. Just a way to fast track that’s all.
Also, how long would it take to make 750 instructor hours? If you did it full time.