FAA Commercial Pilot Course

The FAA commercial pilot license (CPL) is the license that will allow the holder to act as the pilot-in-command of an aircraft for compensation. The requirement to obtain this license is determined by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

Entry Requirements:

  1. Be at least 18 years of age
  2. Be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language
  3. Hold an FAA Private Pilot Certificate with Instrument Rating
  4. Hold a valid FAA Class 2 Student Pilot Medical Certificate

FAA COMMERCIAL SINGLE ENGINE

Includes:

  • 22.0 Hours Piper (PA28R) SE Aircraft
  • 20.0 Hours Dual Flight Instruction
  • 10 Hours Pre/Post Flight Briefings
  • 10.0 Hours Classroom Ground School
  • 22.0 Hours Fuel Surcharges

FAA COMMERCIAL MULTI ENGINE

Includes:

  • 22.0 Hours Piper (PA44) ME Aircraft
  • 20.0 Hours Dual Flight Instruction
  • 10 Hours Pre/Post Flight Briefings
  • 10.0 Hours Classroom Ground School
  • 22.0 Hours Fuel Surcharges

International Students: This program does not include fees associated for the student visa or TSA background/fingerprinting fees. All training is conducted at the Merritt Island facility.

Items Not Included:
• Accommodations
• Transportation
• FAA Knowledge Exam
• FAA Designated Pilot Examiner
• Pilot Supplies (uniform, headset, fuel strainer, charts)

Note: This program is based on our training curriculum minimum requirements. To begin this course, you must meet the CFR requirements for license issue and have logged a total of 230 hours. In some cases, training over the minimums may occur, which will result in an additional expense.