Commercial Pilot License
Commercial pilot licence (CPL), is a type of license that permits the holder to get paid for working as a pilot of an aircraft.
The basic requirements to obtain the license and the privileges are agreed internationally by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). However, the actual implementation varies quite widely from country to country. According to ICAO, to be eligible for a commercial pilot license, the applicant must;
Already hold a private pilot license.
Able to understand and communicate in English.
Had training in the areas of a commercial pilot.
Successfully complete the relevant written exams.
The CPL is basically a more advanced PPL, requiring greater accuracy in flying and a higher standard of airmanship. The holder of a CPL is able to act as pilot in command of a small piston-engine aircraft that holds less than 9 passengers for commercial purposes such as revenue flights in visual conditions (VMC). The minimum age to hold a CPL is 18 years old.
How many subjects should students pass to get CPL?
The Theoretical Part
The theoretical part of the training that takes place in the classroom and is taught by our flight instructors. In order to complete The Instrument Rating under Part 141, there is a minimum requirement of 35 hours of ground training. The Ground Training is divided into 3 stages. During the ground school training, the student will have 3 exams, one for each stage.
The Flight Training
The Flight Training will take place in the single-engine aircraft and in a single-engine complex aircraft. In order to obtain a Commercial Pilot License, the pilot must complete a minimum of 55 hours of dual and 80 hours as a pilot in command. This training will be divided into 3 stages and will have 3 stage flight tests. The student will obtain the necessary aeronautical skill and experience to meet the requirements for a Commercial Pilot License.
You must have also passed the following fourteen ATPL theoretical examinations with a pass mark of 75% or greater: