Commercial Pilot Licence

Commercial Pilot License (CPL) is a type of license that legally allows you to fly an aircraft and get paid as a pilot. Having a CPL means you already hold a Private Pilot License (PPL), and you have finished your training towards CPL. A licensed commercial pilot may act as pilot-in-command (Captain) of an aircraft for compensation or hire and carry people or cargo. The total flying hours required to get a commercial pilot license ranges around 210 flight hours.


Flying Hours
Pilot in Command
Hours Cross Country
Hours Instrument Flying
Pilot in Command at Night

Ground School

One of the most important aspects of the Commercial Pilot’s Licence is the completion of commercial ground subjects and examinations. Many students progress quickly through all the flying steps but do not realise the amount of work required to complete the ground school portion of the commercial licence. Once you have completed the ground phase you can commence with the hour building phase.

Air law

Aircraft technical and general

Flight Performance, planning & loading

Human Performance

Operational Procedures

Principles of Flight



Radio Telephony


During your CPL training you will learn to do a pre-flight, post flight, take-offs and landings at different airports. how to file a flight plan, interpret weather. Learn how to navigate, all instruments in the aircraft’s cockpit including communication equipment, basic flight manoeuvres and most importantly approved safety and emergency procedures. We will also teach you how to fly in difficult weather conditions, you will fly at night and you will familiarize yourself with the specifications of air operations in the controlled space. 

Dual flight with an instructor

Solo flight

Cross country navigation

Practical flight & navigation test


Minimum age of 18 years

Aviation medical certificate (Class 1)