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About Us

FlightCog was created in 2014 to help make the process of becoming a FAA Certified Flight Instructor simpler and less ambiguous under FAR Part 61. Since 2014, we’ve created some of the best study and training aids for FAA Flight Instructor Certification that exist, today. We build online courses, build books, and other small study aids designed to catapult-launch the knowledge level of any CFI applicant seeking to become a FAA Certified Flight Instructor. The foundation of our educational work is based on the governance of Title 14 CFR, issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

Our firm is comprised of industry professionals with a fundamental background in aviation education. We often work with current, former, and sometimes "in between," 121 Airline Pilots that have a passion for teaching. Since 2019, our headquarters has called Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania it's home. But that's not the only place we call home. We embrace the flexibility of remote working, many of our staff work for different corners of the continent. Remote work was a no brainer for us. Any Airline Pilot that has commuted for work would understand and agree that, "commuting to work, is no fun!"

Mission

To build and curate study material to help pilots fast-track the lengthy process of becoming a Certified Flight Instructor in America.

Beliefs

Learning how to fly is art. Earning a flight instructor certificate demonstrates that you’ve mastered this skill of art. As a now skilled artist, it is your duty to pass along what you’ve learned during your journey. The reward manifests during the entire journey, not at the end.

Vision

To bring humanity and love back into manned flight in a world that is constantly trying to do the opposite. We see a world where we have the great opportunity to help create competent teachers of tomorrow’s pilots.

Defining Quotes

Just as Steve Jobs reflected “The Journey is the reward,” and as Ralph Waldo Emersonreflected “It’s not the destination; it’s the journey.,” our core beliefs similarly resonate.

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