overseas instruction on FAA cert

zuka

freight doggy dog
Joined
Mar 8, 2004
Posts
66
Total Time
-
Hi, I've got a FAA CFI and somebody in the UK is asking me to help him do his Instrument rating.

I've been flying 135 and 121 for the past few years.

I know the TSA requires you to verify citizenship with a passport or get a clearance or authorization for foreigners but what if you are providing instruction overseas? do you still need a TSA clearnace? I haven't reviewed this regulation lately and wondering if somebody can advise the in relation to instructing overseas. I'm a US citizen, he is a British passport holder.

I think I would have to be flying a N registered aircraft to be providing instruction with my FAA CFI.

Any other things I should consider?
 
Last edited:

gulfstream2345

Well-known member
Joined
Dec 30, 2007
Posts
83
Total Time
17000
TSA Requirements

You must follow the TSA rules no matter where in the world you teach a student using your CFI in a "N" registered aircraft. Go to the TSA website to get the details. If you need any more help, let me know. Billsing97@aol.com

Hi, I've got a FAA CFI and somebody in the UK is asking me to help him do his Instrument rating.

I've been flying 135 and 121 for the past few years.

I know the TSA requires you to verify citizenship with a passport or get a clearance or authorization for foreigners but what if you are providing instruction overseas? do you still need a TSA clearnace? I haven't reviewed this regulation lately and wondering if somebody can advise the in relation to instructing overseas. I'm a US citizen, he is a British passport holder.

I think I would have to be flying a N registered aircraft to be providing instruction with my FAA CFI.

Any other things I should consider?[/QUOTE]
 
Top