Commercial Pilot Course

Being a Commercial Pilot requires a higher level of precision. It includes training geared toward aircraft passenger safety and comfort. Our program dives deeper into the aerodynamics of an airplane to help you understand how airplanes behave across different conditions.

What is a Commercial Pilot License?

A commercial pilot license allows you to get paid to fly as a pilot. You can fly cargo, mail, passengers and all kinds of supplies. In short, you can work as a pilot. Once you gain more experience, you can earn an airline transport pilot (ATP) certificate. This will allow you to work for an airline.

What will I learn?

A higher level of flying and advanced maneuvers such as: Steep Spirals, Chandelles, Lazy Eights, Eights on Pylons, Stalls, and Steep Turns.

Many pilots will use a Multi Engine aircraft for all or part of their Commercial Pilot training.  Multi Engine time is highly coveted by all aspiring Commercial Pilots and a requirement for the airlines.


Commercial pilot applicants must be at least 18 years old and must also be able to read, speak, write, and understand English.

FAA Requirements

  • Prerequisite: Private Pilot Certificate and Instrument Rating
  • Must hold at least a current second class medical prior to certification
  • Education requirements: Able to read, write, and speak English fluently
  • Age: 17+ years old

Additionally, FAA Minimum requires 250 hours total time as a private pilot before you can attain a Commercial Pilot Certificate. You may choose to split time with other pilots while training aka “time building.”

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