Commercial Pilot

FAA Part 141 – Commercial Pilot & Instrument Rating

You’re probably wondering when am I going to get paid to fly instead of paying for all that flight time? It’s time to get serious, it’s time to get your commercial pilots license. Once obtained it allows you to fly aircraft for hire. With just a basic commercial license you can do things such as banner towing, pipeline patrol, and aerial surveying to build your flight time.

FAA CPL Eligibility Requirements

  • Be able to speak and understand the English language
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Hold a current FAA Private Pilot Certificate
  • Hold a current FAA class II medical certificate
  • Pass a FAA written examination with a score of 70% or more
  • Pass an Oral and Flight test with an FAA Flight Examiner
  • Have logged 120 hours under approved Part 141 training

Course Overview

This course takes you to the Commercial pilots licence. This training course covers the hours building, where you refine your skills in preparation for your Commercial and Instrument Pilot training. During the later stages you will learn the skills to become a Commercial Pilot as well as the skills to Fly solely by reference to instruments.

During this training course you will complete the following:

  • 155 hours of flying
  • 70 hours of flight instruction
  • 65 hours of ground school

Course Duration

Based on a full time course, you will need 3-4 months to complete this course.

Study Materials

NAC stock a full range of FAA CPL books and equipment. We suggest you purchase the books and equipment prior to your arrival, click here to purchase them online and have delivered to your door today.

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