The Commercial Pilots License is the first step toward a career as a professional pilot. This allows you to be paid for doing what you love because once you have this license you can be compensated for flying. You don’t have to be instrument rated to be a commercial pilot; however, if you don’t have your instrument rating, you can only fly, for hire, during the day and within 50 nautical miles (93km).
There are some requirements when going for your Commercial Pilots license that you must meet:
- Specific number of hours on a complex airplane
- Specific number of hours on turbine -powered aircraft
- A Rating for each type of airplane flown
Contact Robert Phillips and start the process to becoming a commercial pilot.