Commercial Pilot

3 weeks   $5,500

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Those who continue from privat pilot and instrument rating course will need to accumulate about 100 more flight hours to complete the required 200 hours to be eligible for CPL licenses.  $70* x 100 hr = $7000  * share cost out of $140/hour

Those who continue from privat pilot and instrument rating course will need to accumulate about 100 more flight hours to complete the required 200 hours to be eligible for CPL licenses.

$70* x 100 hr = $7000

* share cost out of $140/hour

The Commercial Pilot training course involves a significant step forward in an aviator’s career and capabilities. As a Commercial Pilot, an aviator will be able to fly aircraft for compensation. With the addition of an Instrument Rating, a pilot with a Commercial License can fly unlimited distances for hire, both during the day and at night. The skills and certification acquired during this course is essential for any pilot who aspires to work in the aviation industry. The skill set learned is also of significant value to any pilot who wishes to improve their aviation abilities.

Threshold requirements for the course: 250 total flight hours that include cross country navigation day/night with a minimum distance of 300 miles. You will need to accumulate around 100 hours before commencing the course, this is usually done with another student in order to share the cost. During the course you will do another 15-20 hours that will be counted as part of your total flight time.

This course is done in a complex aircraft - retractable landing gear and a controllable pitch propeller.