The COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENSE is also offered as a portion of our
Professional Pilot Program,
or is an allowed add-on to any currently certified private pilot.
Phase I (Private Pilot)
Read more about our Private Pilot
Program. This is usually the first part of your commercial training. You
may go straight to Commercial Pilot, but most students prefer to attain
their Private Pilot certificate first. The Commercial Pilot requires 150
hours total time (without any previous licenses), so if you obtain your Private Pilot, you may carry passengers
as you build hours toward you Commercial certificate.
Phase II (Commercial Training)
As you attain your required hours, your training and solo time will be
used together. During this phase, you will train to stricter commercial
standards. More flying will be accomplished within the Class B airspace
of Boston, which is the most congested airspace in New England. Many commercial
helicopter jobs are within airspace such as this, and exposure early in
your career has tremendous benefit.
If you already have your fixed wing license, contact us for details on
how you can easily get your rotorcraft Commercial - Add-On.