- 18 years old to start the program
- FAA Private Pilot license
- or Foreign PPL license
- 2nd class medical certificate
- Education: no requirements
- English: upper intermediate
A Commercial Pilot License allows operating an aircraft for compensation. With a CPL you are legally allowed to get paid as a pilot. Commercial pilots can be tourist pilots, cargo pilots, or backcountry pilots. These can be flight instructors, ferry pilots, or glider tug pilots. How to be a commercial pilot?
SkyEagle Commercial Pilot School conducts commercial pilot training utilizing several different programs:
Professional program is designed for those students with zero flight time wanting a career as an airline pilot in other countries throughout the globe. This program includes three courses: Private Pilot Training Course, Instrument Course and Commercial Pilot Training Course with Multi-Engine Training. The total amount of flight time that will be received will be approximately 190 hours, as well as 115 hours of ground school. Requirements for pilots license depend on the program you choose, but the minimum requirements are candidates must be 18 years of age, hold a 2nd class medical certificate, and be able to converse in the English Language at a level three or higher.
If you have zero flight time and no flight license – this program is just for you!
This program is created for those students, who already hold a Private Pilot Certificate and ready to improve their skills to prepare themselves for the beginning of their professional career as pilots. Training is carried out in accordance under Part 141 rules and requires minimum of 120 hours of flight time and 50 hours of theory. The minimum requirements are students must hold an FAA Private Pilot Certificate, a 2nd class medical certificate, and be able to converse in the English Language at a level three or higher. After completing the entire program, you will receive a commercial pilot certificate.
This program is a perfect fit for those students, who already hold a Private Pilot Certificate with as many as 200 hours of total flight time. In this case it is more effective and economical to enroll in the course under Part 61 CFR 14 to fulfill the necessary requirements. In most similar cases, the training includes approximately 7-10 flight hours as well as 10-15 hours of ground school. This holds true as long as all of the other requirements have been met, which includes the time building, night flights, cross country flights, and pilot in command minimums. The minimum requirements are students must hold an FAA Private Pilot Certificate with Instrument Rating, a 2nd class medical certificate, and be able to converse in the English Language at a level three or higher.
In order to obtain a Single-Engine Commercial Pilot Certificate, one should have either 10 hours of training in a complex aircraft or 10 hours of technically advanced aircraft training, (PFD + MFD, GPS and autopilot). SkyEagle is able to meet the TAA requirement as we train our students in a Cirrus SR20.
The initial commercial pilot training requires 20 hours of minimum flight time. If you are wanting to add on the multi-engine, the average flight time would be 7-10 hours.
You can obtain the following types of licenses:
We offer the seven day ATP-CTP course as an additional course. This course consists of 30 hours of ground school and 10 hours of flight simulator training in the Airbus A320. This is the first step in the process to enroll Airline Transport Pilot License training.