- Certificate of completing an ATPL(A) or CPL(A) theoretical course
- Valid Class I medical certificate
- At least 150 h of total flight time
- 70 h of flight time as pilot-in-command
- At least 18 years of age
- At least secondary education
- Total flight time of at least 200 h (including at least 100 h as pilot-in-command)
- 20 h of flight time as pilot-in-command on cross country flights
- Cross country flights of at least 540 km (300 NM) during which 2 full stop landing were made at 2 different airports which were not departure airports
- At least 5 h of night flights (including at least 3 hours of dual flights, including 1 hour of a cross country flight)
- At least 5 solo take-offs and landings
The training process for the Commercial Pilot License consists of the theoretical part followed by the practical one.
Training tasks focus on controlling a complex plane and developing skills of instrument flying. Part of the training is also dedicated to cross country flights.
The training program comprises minimum 23 hours of training flights and 5 hours of simulator flights. To start the training the student pilot must have a valid Class I medical certificate.
CPL(A) training in numbers
- training duration: 14 days
- number of training hours: 28
CPL(A) training: standard option