Commercial Pilots control the skies handling some of the largest vehicles in aviation. For pilots seeking more than a hobby, the Commercial Pilot License will allow you to get paid doing your dream job!
Commercial Pilot License Requirements
Private Pilot License
80 hours of Commercial Ground School Training
200 hours of Flight Training
Transport Canada Commercial Written Exam (CPAER)
Transport Canada Commercial Flight Test
Minimum 18 Years of Age
Category 1 Aviation Medical Exam
Within the 200 hours of flight training, pilots will complete:
- 20 hours of instrument flying (dual)
- 5 hours of night flying (dual)
- 2 hours of night cross-country
- 300 nautical mile cross-country flight
While in the Commercial Pilot Training Program, the pilot may complete:
- Night Rating
- Multi-Engine Rating
- Instrument Rating
You deserve a thrilling, ever-changing career that keeps your mind sharp. Contact Us about getting your Commercial Pilot License today.
Ground School & Examinations
A total of 80 hours CPL Ground School is required for the Commercial Pilot license. Topics covered include Air Law, Navigation, Meteorology, and General Aeronautical Knowledge. A mark of 60% is required on the Transport Canada Written Exam. A Commercial flight test must also be completed by a designated Transport Canada approved examiner.
*It is recommended to begin your Commercial Ground School as soon as possible in order to build the required flight hours while continuously studying for the written exam.