COMMERCIAL PILOT PREREQUISITES
16 Years of Age to Solo · 17 Years of Age for License · Pass FAA 3rd Class Medical · Understand & Speak English
COMMERCIAL PILOT STEPS
COMMERCIAL PILOT PRIVILEGES
This certificate will allow the types of flying where the pilot is being compensated. This includes jobs such as flight instruction, corporate pilot, agricultural pilot, banner towing, pipeline patrol, traffic reporting, and more that require a commercial pilot certificate. Depending on the job, additional training and requirements may be necessary
250 hours of flight time · 100 hours of pilot-in-command time · 50 hours of cross-country time · 20 hours of training, including · 10 of instrument, 10 of complex or TAA · 10 hours of solo training, including a smattering of cross-country and night · Pass FAA Commercial Written exam · Pass the Check-ride
Looking for the Next Step?
What comes after your Commercial License? You may consider your Certified Flight Instructor License. Be able to teach others how to become a pilot as well as build hours for your ATP.
• 16 Years of Age to Solo • 17 Years of Age for License • Pass FAA 3rd Class Medical • Understand & Speak English
• Fly Single Engine Airplane • Fly Day or Night Carry Passengers • Fly in Visual Flight Rules (VFR) Conditions
• Attend a Ground School or Self Study • Minimum of 40 Flight Hours • Pass FAA Private Pilot Written Exam • Pass the Check-ride
CLEAR SIMPLE PRICING
At RVA Flyers, we want you up in the air as quickly as possible. No hidden Fees or Monthly Memberships.
Our team of Certified Flight Instructors come ready every day to help create pilots. We are here to help you achieve your aviation goals while making it exciting and enjoyable.