FlightSafety Academy has announced a unique opportunity for pilots to build the number of hours required to qualify to fly for regional airlines in the United States. Successful candidates will be offered employment as a flight instructor at FlightSafety Academy and earn advanced ratings at no cost. The hours flown while working at FlightSafety will help pilots to meet the Federal Aviation Administration requirements (FAR 61.153) to obtain an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate and be fully prepared to enter first officer training with an airline or corporate aircraft operator. They will also earn Certified Flight Instructor, Certified Flight Instructor Instrument, and Multi-Engine ratings at no cost.