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Commercial Pilot


This course is designed to take a holder of an FAA private pilot who meets the aeronautical experience requirements of FAR 61.129 to an FAA certified commercial pilot.

Description

Single Engine -Commercial

The basic FAA requirements to obtain a commercial pilots license – single engine are as follows:

  • Must be at least 17 years of age
  • Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language
  • A FAA medical certificate
  • 40 Hours Dual Airplane Instruction (172RG – N9562B)
  • 16 Hours (Cessna 172S /G1000 – N1407D, N604TT, N9530H)
  • 19 Hours Full Motion Simulator (Redbird FMX)
  • 10 Hours (Cessna 172RG – N9562B) PIC Flight
  • 20 Hours One-on-one Ground Training Instruction
  • Cessna Integrated Training Kit
  • FAA Written Exam
  • FAA Check Ride

Multi-Engine – Commercial

The basic FAA requirements to obtain a commercial pilots license – multi-engine are as follows:

  • Must be at least 17 years of age
  • Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language
  • A FAA medical certificate
  • 15 Hours Dual Airplane Instruction (Beechcraft Duchess – N76HA)
  • 10 Hours One-on-One Ground Instruction
  • Hours Full Motion Simulator (Redbird FMX)
  • Cessna Integrated Training Kit
  • FAA Check Ride