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Prerequisites for the course for commercial pilot licence
FAA Commercial pilot Certificate, international Commercial Pilots License (CPL), certifies qualified commercial airline pilot for financial compensation for flying an airplane. In contrast to the private certificate, which is conceived for leisure use and only allows the licenced driver to split the costs of the flight, a CPL is the crucial factor in making a living by serving as an airplane driver.
Except for the European Union member states, which need our EASA + FAA training with ATPL, our training programs are recognised worldwide. In order to be entitled to purchase a commercial pilots license, you must:
Keep at least one up-to-date personal flight licence. With four different professional flight training programs tailored to the needs of our future professional flyers, our flying academy provides a focus on security and professionality to prepare our pupils for successful flying histories. Each of our four commercial training programs covers the processes necessary for the student to fulfill the FAA Commercial Training Practical Test Standards.
Epic Commercial Pilots master manoeuvres that are indispensable for highly sophisticated Cessna and Piper training operations and are well equipped for the dream flight deck of their dream. Commercial Multi-Engine Land (CMEL) is held in a Piper Seminole multi-engine training plane that is classified as "complex" due to its fixed velocity prop and retractable undercarriage.
This course is indispensable for prospective pilot and deals with subjects such as slow flight, stalls and VMC demos, with an emphasis on the correct procedure for complicated emergencies. Although not mandatory, the Commercial Single-Engine Land (CSEL) Inception Course is a natural move for some flyers to take depending on their careers. This course is held in a Piper Arrow one-engined training airplane and includes Chandellen, Eights-on-Pylons and Lazy Eights, which perfect the use of ailerons.
CMEL graduates can register for the Single-Engine Add-On Ratings course, which will cover the same subjects as the CSEL Initial, but will be held in Cessna 172, as it already meets complexe aviation training needs. If you are a full-time student participating in our fast-track Professional Pilot Pathway programme, you will have at least 20 flight instruction per workweek.
Those who really devote themselves to the completion of their Multi-Engine or Single-Engine Initial CPL, study diligently and make pilots training a top priorities can take a course within 4 to 6 week; the Single-Engine Add-On is often completed in just one single dollar. If you are a part-time student working or registered at the CPL Institute, you may find that your CPL course takes 2-3 month to be completed due to schedule restrictions.
Our course length, however, is an estimation and we strongly recommend that you speak directly to an Admissions Office representative about your training needs and your readiness for an individual approach. FAA require student to record at least 65 flight hour (s) to qualify for the Multi-Engine Landing Certificate for professional pilots, 18 for the Single-Engine Initial Certificate and 10 for the Single-Engine Add-On Ratings.
Join your team leader for the Commercial Pilot course! Sean acquired his Airframe & Powerplant License in 1992 and chose to begin flight training for leisure use before becoming a Flight Instructor. Mr. Sean relocated to Florida, where he joined Epic in 2007. With nearly 5,000 flying lessons, he recently captained a Beech 99 that is being trained at Ameriflight's Texaser training facilities.
Sean acts as a link between Ameriflight and Epic-Ameriflight Pathway student and provides counseling and training until they fulfill the hours requirement set by the carrier. "To be a flyer is provocative and interesting, and it gives me the chance to go travelling and exploring the world," says Sean. Sean's expertise as an A & P mechanic, flight instructor and air carrier includes various aeronautical issues and enables him to provide effective advice and assistance to commercial pilots' course lecturers and student pilots.