L3CA
Docendo Discimus "By teaching, we learn" (Latin proverb).

FAA career prospects

We can help your career trajectory from Flight Instructor to Airline Pilot.

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Why instruct at L3?
Competitive wages
Competitive wages

As an Instructor with L3 at our Florida Airline Academy, you will be offered a competitive wage.

Average 100 hours / month
Average 100 hours / month

On average, L3 Airline Academy Instructors fly 100 hours per month, but some fly over 130!

Airline relationships
Airline relationships

Access to L3’s network of 14 regional airlines that conduct onsite interviews.

Bonuses
Bonuses

We offer a $10,000 sign on bonus, student completions, overtime, and a housing bonus!

Building your flight hours

The FAA requires pilots to fly 1,500 hours before they can earn their Airline Transport Pilot Certificate. One of the best ways to reach this requirement is to become a Flight Instructor, which is why we include the Flight Instructor Certificate in our main programs. Graduates of these programs are guaranteed an interview to instruct at L3.

Airline relationships

We work with 14 different regional airlines, supplying our graduates to take up Airline Pilot roles. 96% of those who stay at L3 to build flight hours go on to be placed with airlines.

FAA airline relationships