Commercial Pilot License
About the program
A Commercial Pilot License is a professional pilot license that allows you to act as the pilot-in-command (PIC) of an aircraft for commercial operations, such as working as a pilot for airlines, charter companies, or other commercial aviation organizations.
A Commercial Pilot License program typically covers a comprehensive range of theoretical knowledge and practical flight training to prepare you for a career as a professional pilot. Here are some common components typically included in a Commercial Pilot License program:
- Ground School: Theoretical classroom instruction of 500 hours.
- Flight Training: Practical flight training of more than 200 hours.
- Instrument Rating (IR): It includes simulator training and flight hours under simulated or actual instrument meteorological conditions (IMC).
- Cross-Country Navigation: Includes route selection, navigation techniques, flight plan filing, and practical experience navigating between different airports and destinations.
- Flight Operations: Instruction on flight operations, flight management, and crew resource management (CRM) techniques.
- Aviation Regulations and Safety: In-depth study of aviation regulations, procedures, and safety protocols to ensure compliance with national and international aviation standards.
- Multi-Engine Training: 15 hours of flight training on multi-engine aircraft systems, operations, and multi-engine flight maneuvers will be included.
- English Language proficiency: The primary objective of aviation English courses is to enhance communication and ensure safety in the aviation industry. The International Civil Aviation Organization has established a global standard for English language proficiency for aviation personnel.