Commercial Pilot License

Commercial Pilot Flight Training & Flight School

 

Flight Training

 

If you are thinking about obtaining your commercial pilots license and flying as a profession, fly accelerated is the place to get your commercial rating! Whether you are looking for the fast track to the airlines or you are just looking to get paid to tow gliders up on the weekend, our commercial pilot course has every thing you will need to become a confident and competent commercial pilot. You can choose between one of our longer more drawn out programs or you can elect to do one of our accelerated commercial pilot courses, the choice is yours. Even if you have zero time in airplanes, our highly trained instructors can take you from zero to commercial in as little as two months! Try comparing that to the average time of nearly one year!

With your commercial pilots license, you could go on to become a certified flight instructor (CFI), airline pilot (part 121 operations), a charter pilot (part 135 operations), an agricultural application pilot, a cargo pilot as well as many other genres that I have not listed here. Imagine being able to work for a few days and then getting a few weeks off as an airline pilot.

Imagine being able to set in your flight plan to your FMS (flight management system), take off and set the autopilot for the duration of the flight, click it off just before landing, land the plane and then be done for the day. Imagine being in San Francisco at 7am, then being in vegas at 8am, then Los Angeles at 10am then?? after that. When you attend one of our commercial pilot training schools, this might just be the lifestyle that you'll live. And it will happen much sooner than you would think!

When it comes to your commercial pilot training, we are by far the most efficient when it comes to saving you time and money. We keep our commercial pilot training costs low by utilizing a time tested syllabus that not only helps to save you money but also serves to save you valuable time. Our commercial pilot flight schools focus on the FAA requirements for the commercial rating first then fine tune your skills so that you become a safe competent pilot who is ready for the checkride as well as land that aviation job that you've been dreaming of. Our commercial pilot training schools have no equivalent when it comes to getting you your accelerated commercial rating, just ask any one of our many former students who now work in all facets of the aviation industry whom they would choose to train with if they could do their training all over again!

We offer a commercial airline pilot training course that not only will get you your commercial ratings but also focuses on the very subjects that airlines look for when hiring new recruits to fill their right seats. We hope that you will give our schools the opportunity to show you what is necessary to become a safe and sucessful airline pilot and we look forward to flying with you in the future. See you up there!

To earn your Commercial Pilot certificate, you must meet the commercial rating requirements set forth by the FAA under part 61 in our case. You must have at least 250 hours of total flight time (Part 61), which must include:

100 hours in a powered aircraft, of which 50 must be in airplanes

100 hours as pilot in command

50 hours of cross country flight

20 hours of dual flight training with an authorized instructor

10 hours of instrument training

10 hours in a complex aircraft

1 Cross Country flight of at least 2 hours in Day VFR conditions (>100nm straight line)

1 Cross Country flight of at least 2 hours in Night VFR conditions (>100nm straight line)

3 Hours of training within the preceding 60 days in preparation for the check ride

10 hours of Solo Flight

1 Solo Cross Country (>300nm total distance, with 3 stops, one must be >250nm Straight Line)

5 hours in Night VFR conditions with 10 takeoffs and landings to a full stop at a controlled airport