Commercial Pilot Course

During the Commercial Pilot Course, you will learn commercial ground and flight techniques, airworthiness requirements, the national airspace system, advanced aircraft systems and multi-engine maneuvers, tips on dealing with weather hazards, flight planning challenges and collision avoidance. 

You'll realize the importance of situational awareness and the effects of spatial disorientation and hypoxia on a person. You'll learn about advance aerodynamics, weight and balance and performance determinations. 

You'll be taught engine inoperative factors, directional control methods and engine-out operations. In addition, you'll study topics such as advanced wing flap design, flight instruments, complex landing gear, braking systems and high performance engine and controllable pitch propellers. Hydraulic systems, fueling systems, oil systems and anti-ice systems will also be covered.

Finally, you'll master a wide range of multi-engine maneuvers, including crosswind take-offs and climbs, short-field takeoffs, slow-flight maneuvers, steep turns and maximum performance climbs. Last, we'll cover emergency procedures for critical engines.

41 Hours of flight time that includes:

  • 10 hours of single engine flight instruction from  FAA certified instructors.
  • 10 hours of multi engine flight instruction from  FAA certified instructors.
  • 10 hours of solo flight.
  • 70 hours of  ground instruction from  FAA certified instructors.
  • 1 hour FAA checkride flight

Course pre-requisites:

  • Must posses a t least a Private Pilot Certificate.
  • Candidates must be 18 years of age to participate.
  • Course duration: approximately 2 weeks.

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