Commercial Pilot Certificate

You must have Commercial Pilot Certificate to be able to work as a Pilot. To obtain one, you need to have at least 250 hours total flight time if you trained under Part 61 or about 190 hours if you train under Part 141.

A few options for you as a newly minted Commercial pilot, you could Ferry Airplanes, Flight Banners, Tow Gliders, or become a Flight Instructor.

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Commercial Single Engine

STARTING AT $ 4,699

Hours Included: 

-20 hrs. Aircraft Rental (C-152)

-10 hrs. FAA-approved Flight Simulator

-30 hrs. with a Flight Instructor

Certificate: Commercial Pilot Single Engine Land

**The student must have a Private Pilot certificate with Instrument Rating and meet the requirements for Part 61.129

Commercial Single Engine with Multi-Engine Add on

STARTING AT $ 7,999

Hours Included: 

-20 hrs. Aircraft Rental (C-152)

-10 hrs. Aircraft Rental (PA34-200)[Multi-engine]

-10 hrs. FAA-approved Flight Simulator

-40 hrs. with a Flight Instructor

Certificate: Commercial Pilot Single Engine Land

**The student must have a Private Pilot certificate with Instrument Rating and meet the requirements for Part 61.129

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Multi-Engine Rating (Part-61)

STARTING AT $ 4,599

Hours Included: 

-10 hrs. Aircraft Rental (PA34-200)[Multi-engine]

- 5 hrs. FAA-approved Flight Simulator

- 20 hrs. with a Flight Instructor

Certificate: Multi-Engine Add on

**The student must have a Private Pilot or Commercial pilot certificate

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