With Commercial Pilot License (CPL) you are able to fly and make a living, meaning transport customers for a fee. If that is your goal, outlined below are some steps you need in preparation for CPL training.
Before you start training for the CPL you need to hold at least a private pilot license (PPL) and an instrument rating (IR) is advised. In order to get your commercial pilot license, you must first have a private pilot license. You will also need your instrument rating. If you do not have this, your commercial license will be issued with a limitation on it. If you wish to fly multi-engine aircraft, you will also need your multi-engine rating.
CPL Minimum Requirements
- Be 18 years old
- Speak English
- Hold a private pilot certificate
- Pass the practical test on aeronautical knowledge
- Log 250 hours of flight time for single or multi-engine airplane rating
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