The Commercial Pilot Certificate builds on skills learned from private pilot and instrument training and allows an aviator to fly (in limited scenarios) passengers or cargo for hire. To reach this level, a pilot must demonstrate to the FAA that they have safe, professional command of their aircraft and are fully prepared for in-flight emergencies.
A Commercial Pilot must demonstrate a greater precision in flight and flight planning and understand federal regulations. It also requires a great knowledge of weather and aircraft systems. If you are interested in continuing your education in flight training or wish to pursue flying as a career, call us to get started on your Commercial Pilot Certificate.