fly from home,become a remote flight instructor

As airline pilots ourselves, we are convinced that desktop flight simulation led by an expert is the smartest way to prepare any training or assessment

    Work from anywhere in the world
    Up to more than 400€ per week-end
    Teach at your pace, no obligation

Make money by coaching student online on their home flight simulator

How it works

  • Sign up for free

  • Post a training offer

  • Start the remote flight training

  • Receive the money on your bank account



  • How much can I make ?

    1 PPL training (5 hours)= 121 €5 PPL trainings = 605 €
    1 pro training (5 hours)= 214 €5 pro trainings = 1070 €
    1 Expert training (5hours) = 307 €5 Expert trainings = 1535 €
    Already deducted :Platform operating fee (website/app dev, payment security, maintenance, third parties tools...) 

  • What equipment do I need ?

    ● Xplane or Microsoft flight simulator or Prepa 3D● a reliable internet connexion●  Joystick or yoke (not required for theoretical support)
    You may use the shared cockpit plugin or the screen mirroring software Zoom.You will have to set maximum realism and the weather according to your lesson

  • Is it free ?

    No credit card needed for the instructors !
    After discussing with the first active instructors, we decided to apply the operating fees* to the student. So each time they book a lesson, a part of the money is collected before you receive it.In the future another possibility is a fixed monthly membership instead of a commission.
    *Platform operating fees (website/app dev, payment security, advertising costs, daily maintenance, customer service, third party tools...) 

  • What are the requirements ?

    ● Minimum requirements :
    For every training: Reliable internet connection + flight simulation software knowledge
    Private : PPL + FI or PPL with >3000hours or CPL with >500hoursPro : CPL IRME + FI or better or CPL IRME with >1500hoursExpert : Full ATPL or CPL IRME (frozen ATPL) with > 1500hours + type rating if relevant.
    Even if it's a very serious training, it's a 100% safe virtual sky, so as long as you have knowledge/experience to share and some good teaching skills you can join the crew ! 
    ● You must be familiar with flight simulation software like Xplane or Microsoft flight simulator. You will receive lesson requests, it's at your discretion to accept or not.

  • What kind of trainings can i post ? (listing examples)

    True-wings is standardized.There are 3 categories of lessons, associated to 3 fixed pricings.
    Private category : - Price per hour to put in your listing (student price) = 39€- Money you will receive on your account (student price minus platform fees) = 24€
    Pro category : - Price per hour to put in your listing = 69€- Money you will receive on your account = 42€
    Expert category : - Price per hour to put in your listing = 99€- Money you will receive on your account = 60€

    Click to see a Private listing exampleClick to see a Pro listing exampleClick to see an Expert listing example

  • How do I share my screen and mouse with the student ?

    The best is to use a shared cockpit feature, but until then :Download Zoom for desktop. It's free & easy to use.
    Zoom is better than Skype for our activity, you can :-Send/receive scheduled meeting invites.-Share your screen & mouse, so you can can show some things directly into your cockpit !-No time limit with the free version (as long as you are just two).
    This video about ZOOM shared screen is a good explainer :
    Zoom help center page :

  • Is a basic home simulator ok to train efficiently ? 

    The brain need to memorise the basics, where to look when, in which direction move the control, (but not necesseraly the intensity), You train your brain to adapt, and a good pilot is also one who can change of aircaft and still after 1 hour of adapatation fly a perfect approach. A good IFR pilot must also learn to NOT thrust its "seat of the pants" feeling, its actually an agreable sensation in VMC, but notice this feeling can be very dangereous in IMC, as you will learn there is a lot of killing sensorial illusion. To counter that, you must thrust your instrument. So its actually a good thing to begin the training on a fixed simulator.
    Flying in the sim can at some point become harder than realworld ! So when going real, you think its a piece of cake..

3 types of flying lesson shared cockpit

The fastest and easiest way to win more from your expertise

“ I was curious about the shared screen concept, but finally flying remotely with Thomas my remote flight instructor was a great experience.
He showed me nice technics to fly the perfect raw data approach with an engine failure so now i have a lot bigger mental workload capacity and
i went very confident to my sim assessment which i succeeded !!!
A big thank you Thomas.”

May 27, 2020


Business jet first officer, 800 hours

“I've always wondered why home flight simulation was not used more for training, but since Truewings created the perfect tool for instructors to deliver high quality training despite the distance, i'm confident that in the near future this will be the number one step before starting any real training. ”

May 27, 2020


Easy jet airline pilot, 8000 hours