If you want to pursue a career as a Pilot or you wish to take your flying to a higher level, then you may choose to train for your Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL).
The syllabus involves, in addition to the training for a PPL, a series of lessons structured to hone skills and knowledge and to develop a commercial attitude toward your flying. All prerequisites to passing a CPL test and improving your employment prospects.
The CPL course is 150 hours consisting of 80 hours of dual and 70 hours of command time. As part of the course it is possible to incorporate additional ratings such as Aerobatics, Tail-wheel or Night VFR.
The theory component of the course can be completed as self study but lectures and tuition are strongly recommended.
A Commercial Pilots Licence will be issued after passing both a written theory examination issued by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) and a practical flight test with a CASA approved testing officer.
Arrange a time to meet with the Chief Flying Instructor (CFI) to discuss the training requirements and to schedule your lessons.
Must be 18 years old to be issued a Commercial Pilots Licence but the training can be started earlier.