COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENCE
If you're planning a career as a commercial pilot you need to achieve the commercial pilot license.
We offer complete packages including a commercial pilot license, multi engine and instrument rating; also known as the CPL-ME/IR. Our CPL-ME/IR package has a very competitive price with excellent training standards for your professional flying lessons. It includes everything from A to Z. No hidden fees, it’s as simple as that!
To start with CPL-ME/IR you will need; ICAO PPL(A) + EASA ATPL theory.
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Before, during and after your flying lessons we provide a personal contact service. This intails response within 24 hours via our Whatsapp service, scheduled phone-calls or video-calls regarding your aviation training. High quality and professional support in terms of theory, practical, aviation legislation and documentation. Once applied you will directly receive all necessary information.
IN NEED OF HOUR BUILDING?
Hour building is the training phase in which you fly as a ‘Pilot In Command’ building experience towards a professional license or just for fun.
Before starting a Commercial Pilots Licence (CPL) course you must have 150 flight hours, and by the time you apply for your CPL you must have 200 hours flight time, including at least 100 hours as PIC – if hour building is something you’re in need of, we can help!
We’re proud to have teamed up with CAVOK Aviation, the UK’s leading provider of hour building packages for pilots looking to progress onto their professional flight training. Choose a range of flight packages with prices starting from just £55/hr dry, and base their aircraft at your local airfield.
So, what does it mean?
Commercial Pilot Licence
Multi-Engine Pison (land)
Instrument Rating/Multi Engine
The CPL-ME/IR has the following structure:
- 8 Hours groundschool MEP(L)
- 6 hours MEP(L) TECNAM P2006T
- 5 hours IR groundschool
- 8 hours PBN (Performance Based Navigation) theory
- 40 hours on the simulator FNPT II
- 5 hours practical IR on the
- TECNAM P2006T
- 10 hours single engine
- 5 hours TECNAM P2006T
- MCC/JOC (Multi Crew Cooperation / Jet Orientation Course)
- APS/MCC (Airline Pilot Standards / Multi Crew Cooperation)
AIRLINE PILOT ORIENTATION
- Assessment Preparation
- Interview Training
- Specific Airline assessment preparation
- Specific grading training on the simulator