Commercial Pilot Single-Engine
Commercial pilot package includes:
- 10 hours of ground instruction
- 20 hours of flight training from an authorized instructor (CFI) that includes:
- 10 hours of training in a complex airplane
- 2 hours of cross country training to an airport more than 100 nautical miles (NM) from the starting point during daytime
- 2 hours of cross country training to an airport more than 100 NM from the starting point during nighttime
- 3 hours of practical test preparation
- All learning materials and resources
- Commercial pilot candidates must be at least 18 years old, able to read, speak, write, and understand English, and hold at least a private pilot certificate.
- Under CFR Part 61, a pilot needs at least 250 flight hours. That includes 100 hours of pilot-in-command time and 50 hours of cross-country
(we will try out best to connect you with other students to help reducing the cost of building hours)
- While it is not required to have an Instrument rating in order to be a Commercial Pilot, it is highly recommended. An Instrument rating is a practical transition from Private to Commercial. Without an Instrument rating, a Commercial pilot will not be allowed to fly for hire at night or venture further than 50 nautical miles from the home base airport.
- Medical certificate
We guarantee you the highest quality level of flight instruction and we will do our best to achieve your goals with required minimums, while adhering to the highest safety standards.
Extra training incurs additional cost at current rates.
Price $7,499 - 3 installments of $2,499