Commercial Pilot Single Engine

Commercial Pilot Single-Engine

At the time of acquiring this certification, you will be able to receive the long-awaited monetary compensation for the work done (being pilot in command). It also allows you to add hours to your logbook (a goal so desired by every pilot).

Part 141 consists of

 

10 Flight Hours with Instructor in TAA Aircraft
35 Flight hours with Instructor
35 Hours Ground School
 1 FAA Written test
66 Flight Hours x-country time building
10 Flight Hours with Instructor for Practical test Preparation
2 Hours Checkride
TOTAL: 123 Flight Hours

Part 61 consists of

 

10 Flight Hours with Instructor in TAA Aircraft
20 Flight hours with Instructor
35 Hours Ground School
 1 FAA Written test
76 Flight Hours x-country time building
10 Flight Hours with Instructor for Practical test Preparation
2 Hours Checkride
TOTAL: 118 Flight Hours

These hours are the minimum required by FAA.

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