Commercial Pilot Licence
Your task to achieve CPL is to build your command time to the minimum required 100 hours, to include 50 hours cross country, 10 hours instrument flight out of a total minimum time of 200 hours.
Whilst doing this you will need to study for and pass your CPL theory exams. Once these goals are met, you will need top up training in a slightly more complex aeroplane with a constant speed prop and the ability to cruise at 120kts or greater. The work up to your CPL test will be quite intense and although the CPL requires substantially the same competencies as PPL, the standard required is higher. We will also introduce in our training an element of ‘real world’ time pressure.
The CPL test is one of the hardest that you will ever do, however the sense of achievement once passed is one that will stay with you forever.