An underpaid, overworked certified flight instructor cheats death while attempting to teach a cast of incompetent student pilots to fly at a skeezy South Florida flight school; all in the quest to build flight time so he can get a “real job” at an airline. The planes break, the regs break, metal gets bent, students are lost at sea, and a Top Gun wannabe student, who has 400 hours of flight instruction, still hasn’t made his first solo flight.
CFI!: The Book is an over-the-top satirical aviation comedy that’s loosely based on real-world experiences of flight instruction, but if the FAA asks, this is all strictly fictional.
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Satirical, yes. Entertaining, not really.
In a nutshell: anything that could possibly go or be wrong is generally exaggerated, resulting in a story that is a little entertaining in the beginning but gets dull quickly. It could be called a satire or comedy but lacks some wit to be good. Speaker fits the content. I would only recommend to highly frustrated CFIs.