Qualified Flying Instructor
Qualified Flying Instructor (abbr. QFI) is a term mainly used for pilots of Air Force, Army, Navy and Coast Guard who has passed the appropriate course before being allowed to instruct flying an aircraft. The pilots are trained at Flying Instructors School of the Air Force.
Flying Instructors School
Flying Instructors School is based at Air Force Station Tambaram and trains operational pilots of Indian Air Force, Indian Army, Indian Navy, para military forces and friendly foreign countries to be flying instructors.
- Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha, the current Chief of Air Staff of the Indian Air Force is Cat A Qualified Flying Instructor.
- Squadron Leader Shalija Dhami is the first women QFI of the Indian Air Force.
- 48 officers complete IAF’s flying course
- Flying Instructors School
- Tambaram flying instructors school to hold passing out parade on Saturday
- Arup Raha is Cat A Qualified Flying Instructor
- First Indian Air Force woman to graduate as Flying Instructor
- Pilot in Hyderabad turns first woman Qualified Flying Instructor
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