Commercial Pilot Licence (Airplane) – CPL(A)

Commercial Pilot Licence (Airplane) – CPL(A)

Commercial Pilot License is intended for professional pilots – it is necessary for commercial flying  (ie it is for those who want to earn money by flying).  With the commercial pilot licence together with the appropriate type rating  you can fly as a pilot in command of single-pilot aircraft in commercial air transportation or as a co-pilot on multi-pilot airplanes (including large passenger aircraft)

Length of Training

Practical training includes a total of 25 flight hours – during which you will improve your skills and practise  handeling emergency procedures in flight under the supervision of an experienced instructor pilot.

Entry requirements
18 years of age
Class 1 medical certificate
Total flight time of at least 150 flight hours (before taking the final  practical test the applicant must have completed at least 200  flight hours in total)
A proof of completion of the theoretical CPL(A) course, or a confirmation  of registration in the theoretical  ATPL (A) course with having completed  at least 50% lectures at the time of application for practical CPL(A) training

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