Commercial Pilot Licence

The Commercial Pilot Licence is the minimum licence required to be employed as a pilot. To hold this licence a person must have reached 18 years of age and hold a Category 1 medical certificate. The minimum training requirements are 65 hours of flight training and 80 hours of ground school. One must also have a minimum of 200 hours total time including not less than 100 hours pilot-in-command of which 20 hours must be cross-country time. The table below includes the build-up hours students will have to accumulate over and above their PPL and compulsory CPL training, to reach the 200-hour minimum. 

This program has been approved by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training.

**Prices subject to change without notice. **

 

Estimated training cost:
35 hours dual @ $246/hour 

$8,610

30 hours solo @ $161/hour

$4,830

5 hours night solo monitor fee @ $30/hour

$150

15 hours ground briefing @ $78/hour

$1,170

Ground school classes

$850

Ground school kit

$325

Medical, Exams & Licensing fees

$851

80 hours build-up time @ $161/hour

$12,880

Total (excluding taxes & surcharges) $29,666
 
All flights are subject to a fuel surcharge.
Block time available to licenced pilots for time-building or recreational flights.