Commercial Pilot certificate Training

Airline Career Flight Training in Arizona

Earn Your Commercial Pilot Certificate

You have accomplished a great deal by becoming a pilot! Your next goal is to ensure that you will be compensated for your professional training and abilities. The key to obtaining a commercial certificate is focusing your time and skill in order to develop a truly professional product. This will be done by attaining a number of flight hours, learning professional maneuvers and techniques. Once you have achieved this certification, the future of your career is now unlimited! As a commercial certified pilot you will qualify for such jobs as in flight instruction, aerial photography, banner towing, commercial airline flight, etc. Get started with Classic Air Aviation today!

Commercial Flight School Requirements

There are some requirements you must possess in accordance with 14 CFR 61.123. The requirements are as follow:

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Hold at least a private pilot certificate
  • Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language
  • Pass the required knowledge test
  • Meet the aeronautical experience requirements
  • Pass the practical test on the areas of operation listed in 61.127(b)
  • Comply with the sections of this part that apply to the aircraft category and class rating sought
  • Time Building Options are Available to meet Prerequisites
  • Time building to include 250TT for Commercial Checkride
Airline and commercial pilot flying lessons in Mesa, Arizona
Aircraft $145 / hour 10 Hours $1,450
Complex Aircraft $145 / hour 10 Hours $1,450
Instructor $75 / hour 20 Hours $1,500
Ground $75 / hour 15 Hours $1,125
Total $5,525
Time Building
(if needed)
$115 – $145 / hour 90 Hours $13,050
Total $18,575

250 total time required at time of checkride

***Cessna 1725 G1000 models are $175/hour

Time Building

Pilots typically need to build approximately 120 hours of flight time to be eligible for the commercial license after completing the private pilot certificate and instrument rating. Depending upon which aircraft is used for time building and how many hours a pilot needs for a total of 250 hours.





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