Professional Pilot Course

Professional Pilot Course

Privileges

The Professional pilot course Includes the following courses combined into a single course: Private, Night, Taildragger/aerobatics, Commercial, Multi Rating, and Instrument Rating.

Canadian Commercial Pilot Licence: Fly for hire or reward.
Fly all single and multi-engine aircraft day or night, in visual and instrument weather conditions.
 

Prerequisites

Financially able to complete the training: (students may pay as they go)

  • 18 Birthdays
  • Class 1 medical. Obtained from a Aviation medical examiner.
  • High School diploma or equivalent.
     

Requirements

Total of 200 hours of flight training, of which 100 is Pilot in Command.

A minimum of 150 hours ground school all of which is conducted in a classroom setting.

Includes instruction on Air Law, Meteorology, Navigation, and General knowledge.

A Transport Canada written and flight test is required for the Private, Commercial, Multi, and Instrument Rating.
 

Duration

The duration of the Professional Pilot Course is designed to last 8-9 months. This presumes a 4-5 day a week schedule with a 2 week break approximately in the middle of the course. The course can be done in less then 6 months if you work VERY hard 6-7 days a week with no breaks.

 

Cost Breakdown

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