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CFI

abbreviation for COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE.
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These younger CFIs are usually very current and familiar with the airplanes they fly, and the training fleet is composed of the same or similar types.
Elizabeth Bjerke, at the University of North Dakota, entitled "The Role of the CFI," Millennial CFIs do 96.
One professional CFI, retired from instructing individual and two-pilot crews in everything from piston singles and single-pilot business jets to multiple-crew aircraft, stressed that the main problem repeatedly traces back to a lack of focus and distractions unrelated to the pilot's flying job.
I also found out when I got home that the Textron lawyers relented to reason and will allow passengers on flights that actually slip earth's surly bonds, but only sitting on the right and the CFI must do all the takeoffs and landings.
The potential pilot would see a peer (sorry, no 20-something CFIs allowed) using an airplane just the way they've thought about doing.
But several CFIs opined that the standard is too rigid--excessive for some crosswinds, insufficient for others.
Most CFIs teaching in worn-out old Cherokees know that the brakes stink, and the doors are tough to close, but, hey, you don't make money canceling for non-essential items.
My students who later flew with other CFIs have told me I taught a conservative program.