Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL)
The training for the CPL can be
(there is no need for ME-Aircaft for the CPL)
Hold a current PPL(A) Licence issued in accordance with ICAO Annex 1
150 hours total time, with a recommended 100 hours PIC
pass in all CPL or ATPL Theoretical Knowledge examinations
Hold a current Class 1 Medical Certificate
Hold a Night Qualification or complete an extra 5 hours of Night Training during the CPL Course.
Hold a RT Licence
See also hour time-building Program – for 25 and 50 hours
If you intend to do only the CPL, we offer you distance learning program web based including all the required ground school – just have a look at the “theory” part.
If you intend to do the CPL and the IR, it will be the best to do the ATPL theory.
25 hours total training of which a minimum of 5 must be conducted on a complex single.
or 15 hours if the requirement for an Instrument rating has been met
(holding an IR-Rating for SEP or MEP)
Flight Test Requirement
A CPL Skills Test with a Authorised Examiner.
For the Issue of the CPL licence, you have to have in total 200 hours flying time.
So just consider, that simulator time will not count towards the requirement of the 200 hours
So it maybe interesting, to do more hours for the IR-Rating on the Aircraft than on the simulatior…!
CPL - Conversion from any ICAO-Lisence
Just contact us via e-mail, and we will prepare an idividual program for you!
|CPL training||duration||flying hours|
|on SEP aircraft (5h on complex)||2 weeks||25|
|CPL training - holding an IR rating|
|on SEP aircraft (5h on complex)||1-2 weeks||15|
|or you can do all on a ME- Aircraft...|
For prices, just contact us by mail - thank you!
All commercial training is exempt of VAT - all prices without VAT