Commercial Pilot Training

Qualifications and Requirements

A person who applies for a commercial pilot certificate with a rotorcraft category and helicopter class rating must log at least 150 hours of flight time as a pilot that consists of at least:

  • 150 hours total time (100 must be in powered aircraft and 50 must be in helicopters)
  • 20 hours of dual training
  • 35 hours of Pilot in Command
  • 10 hours of cross country flight
  • 5 hours of Pilot in Command night flying experience

Upon completion you will be able to:

This qualifies you to be financially compensated for piloting an aircraft. Unlike the Private Pilot Certificate, which is designed for recreational use and only permits the licensed pilot to share the cost of the flight, a commercial pilot license is the key to earning money through your service as an aircraft pilot.

Detroit Commercial Pilot Training

Looking to make a career out of your pilots license? The Commercial Pilot certification will leave you with the highest skill level. A Commercial Helicopter Pilot certification allows you to conduct commercial helicopter flights for compensation or hire. This will maximize employment opportunities for aspiring pilots.

Pricing & Equipment

$350.00 / Hr

R22 Training

Fuel included
Instructor included
Max seat weight: 240lbs

$650.00 / Hr

R44 Training

Fuel included
Instructor included
Max seat weight: 300lbs

Ready to start your Commercial Pilot Training? Here’s what to do next.

1. Register for our commercial pilot training program!

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