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Commercial Pilot license 205 H (CPL)
Your CPL license is what will allow you to enter the exciting world of commercial and airline aviation. With this license on your resume, you will have the qualifications required to carry both passengers and cargo in exchange for income.
Joining our CPL course grants you access to an education provided by some of the leading Commercial Pilot instructors in the world. We provide a robust and well-rounded education for our CPL students in order to ensure a thorough understanding of the complex concepts and information required to become a commercial pilot.
The coursework is a unique blend of hands-on training and theoretical education in a classroom setting to provide a rounded educational experience. Our instructors lead our students through this often tough and difficult practical and theoretical coursework with a professional level of support and guidance in order to grant students with the knowledge needed to become a successful commercial pilot.
** COMMERCIAL PILOTS LICENCE **
This is the rating which will allow you to enter the commercial and airline world of aviation. As a commercial pilot you may fly as pilot in command, for remuneration, any aircraft certified for single pilot operations.
You may operate as a co-pilot, for remuneration (once you have completed the type-specific training) on any medium size commercial aircraft certified for multi crew operations.
To operate as pilot in command on multi crew aircraft you must complete the Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL).
It is obvious that the CPL is required should a career in aviation be your dream. It will also allow you to build the mandatory experience required for the ATP.
Requirements for the issue of a Commercial Pilot’s Licence (CPL):
1. Be at least 18 years old.
2. Be the holder of a class 1 Medical Certificate.
3. Hold a General Radio Telephony Certificate.
4. You must have completed a minimum of 200 hours, of which 20 may have been completed on approved simulators. This actually means that if you pursue a CPL with Instrument Rating, you will need 180 hours of flight time.
5. Of these flight hours, 100 must be as pilot in command (PIC), which must include 5 hours as pilot in command at night. These hours must consist of a minimum of 20 hours cross country flight time, with at least 1 flight of more than 300NM’s with 2 full stop landings at airfields other than the base. You must also complete a night cross country flight with a minimum of 3 legs with each leg being more than 50 NM’s. You must have completed at least 10 take offs and 10 landings at night.
6. You must have successfully completed the SA-CAA CPL theory examinations.
7. You must complete a CPL General Flight Test in a complex-type aircraft (one that has adjustable flaps, retractable undercarriage and a constant-speed propeller), conducted by a Grade I Designated Flight Examiner (DFE).
8. Should an instrument rating be sought, the conditions listed under Instrument Rating must be met.
9. Application must be made to the SA-CAA for the Commercial Pilots Licence. The applicable fee must be paid.
It is possible to do the final flight test in a Multi-Engine (ME) aircraft, if you are planning to obtain a multi engine rating.
Price and Info
- Price : 41000 $
- Commercial Pilot License 205 FH, 16 month including PPL,NR, IR, ME