Flight School Courses: Commercial Pilot Certificate

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"We steadily improve our processes and procedures in order to make our customers ecstatically happy while maintaining the dignity of our entire family of employees".

Flight School Courses:

Commercial Pilot Certificate

Thinking of the airlines as a career, or ready to finally take your dream and make it a career?  Well then the Commercial Pilot Certificate is your next step.  Whether you utilize our part 141  Commercial Program (120 hours start to finish) or our part 61 Program (250 hours total time) you will be a precision pilot in no time.

Our Program

We implement a 2 Stage Program to help you get your Commercial Pilot Certificate.

  1. Time Building – Whether you are a 141 or a part 61 student you will need to do some time building with an instructor.  You will a day and night cross country flight with your CFI in addition to flying on a Long Cross Country of over 250NM straight line distance.
  2. Ever been in a Technically Advanced Airplane? – You will learn all the maneuvers necessary to obtain your Commercial Pilot Certificate while flying in our Technically Advanced Airplane the Bristell.  Once you complete learning the maneuvers and your written exam you will be headed for, well you guessed it, another Practical Exam and another FAA Pilot Certificate.

You’re Licensed! Now What?

  1. Well it is time to make some money.
  2. A Commercial Pilot may fly for hire so long as they abide by the rules and regulations of the FAA
  3. We have many commercial operations around Long Island that are always looking to employ qualified Commercial Pilot and Mid Island Air Service is where they start looking first.

Minimum Requirements

To become a Commercial Pilot you must meet the following minimum qualifications.

  1. Be at least 18 years old.
  2. Be able to Read, Speak, Write, and Understand the English Language.
  3. Have a Private Pilot Certificate, an Instrument Rating is required for part 141 but not required for part 61 applicants but certain restrictions exist if you don’t have one.
  4. Have at least an FAA Class 3 Medical from an Aviation Medical Examiner (AME), or Basic Med.  To operate as a Commercial Pilot an FAA Class 2 Medical is required and some operators require a Class 1 so you are best to try and get a Class 1.
  5. Have received and logged all the Ground and Flight Training necessary to pass the Practical Exam as outlined in FAA 61.125, 61.127, and 61.129.
  6. Pass an FAA written Exam
  7. Pass an FAA Practical Test with a Designated Pilot Examiner

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