Commercial Pilot Requirements

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To qualify for a commercial pilot's license, an applicant must:

  1. Be at least 18 years of age

  2. Hold a current FAA medical

  3. Log a total of 250 hours which must include:

    • 100 hours PIC and include:

      • 50 hours cross country

    • 20 hours dual instruction with a qualified instructor and must include:

      • 10 hours in a complex airplane

      • 10 hours of simulated instrument time

      • 2 hours day time cross country

      • 2 hours of night time cross country

      • 3 hours of practical test preparation within 2 calendar months

    • 10 hours of solo time and must include:

      • 5 hours of night flight

      • 300 nautical miles to three different locations

      • 10 Take offs and landings at tower controlled airports

  4. Pass a written test

  5. Pass a paractical check ride

 

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