Our own Andrew Treulich here at Aerospace Weekly (A.W.) is now a United States (U.S.) Federal Aviation Administration (F.A.A.) Certified Flight Instrument Instructor (C.F.I.I.)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Andrew recently (8-31-2019) passed his U.S. F.A.A. Certified Flight Instructor Instructor Ground and Practical Flight examinations conducted by a U.S. F.A.A. Designated Pilot Examiner!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Andrew Treulich is now available immediately to flight instruct Instrument and Certified Flight Instrument Instructor (C.F.I.I.) students in the Greater New York, New York (U.S.A.) area!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Additionally, Andrew can instruct Private, Commercial and Certified Flight Instructor (C.F.I.) students.
GREAT JOB Andrew we are Very Happy for you and Very Proud of you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Andrew is a Consultant and Contributing Editor here at Aerospace Weekly (A.W.).
Andrew has made significant contributions to the flight simulation community and is pursuing a career as a Professional Pilot. He has served previously as the Executive Editor of Air Daily X (A.D.X.). Andrew is currently a Senior at Farmingdale State College in Farmingdale, New York (United States of America; U.S.A.) earning his Bachelors of Science (B.S.) in Aeronautical Sciencewith Specialization as a Professional Pilot, and a minor in Aviation Administration with a cumulative Grade Point Average (c.G.P.A.) of 3.94. He has earned his commercial pilot training to prepare for the U.S.A. Federal Aviation Administration (F.A.A.) Andrew has logged over 320 hours Total Time (T.T.,), 260 hours as Pilot In Command (P.I.C.), 65 hours instrument time, 40 hours in Complex aircraft operations. Commercial Pilot License Certification examination. Andrew works part-time as a Line Service Technician (L.S.T.) at Heritage Flight AcademyL.L.C. and has worked there since April of 2017. In his role as a L.S.T. at Heritage Flight Academy Andrew provides a vast array of services from aircraft detail to aircraft service management (e.g. fueling, hangering, transport, etc.). He is also Vice President of Alpha Eta Rho (A.H.P.), a professional collegiate aviation fraternity founded in 1929.