Commercial Pilot License

You’re probably wondering when am I going to get paid to fly instead of paying for all that flight time? It’s time to get serious, it’s time to get your commercial pilots license. Once obtained it allows you to fly aircraft for hire/compensation.


Be able to speak and understand the English language

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Hold a current FAA Private Pilot Certificate
  • Have logged at least 250 hrs flight time
  • Hold a current FAA class II medical certificate
  • Pass a FAA  written examination with a score of 70% or more
  • Pass an Oral and Flight test with an FAA Flight Examiner

FAR 61 Commercial Single Engine

With a Commercial Pilot License Single Engine you can do things such as banner towing, pipeline patrol, aerial surveying to build your flight time along with being hired to pilot any single engine airplane once you have the necessary hours/training.

Ground training10
All Training Literature & Tests
Total Cost$3,750
Piper PA28Hours
Dual Piper Arrow/Cessna RG10
Ground training10
All Training Literature & Tests
Total Cost$3,850
Cessna 172Hours
Dual Cessna 17210
Ground training10
All Training Literature & Tests
Total Cost$3,950

FAR 61 Commercial Multi-Engine

This course is the beginning of your career as a commercial pilot. Upon completion of this course you will be employable for various commercial pilot jobs.

Dual Beechcraft BE-7620
Ground Training10
All Training Literature & Tests

Course Duration

Based on a full time course, you should expect to take 2-3 weeks.