To obtain the knowledge, skill an aeronautical experience necessary to meet Federal Aviation Administration Part 141 Certification Standards.
Minimum Course Requirements
35 Hrs Dual/ 35 Hrs Ground/ 23 Hrs Self Study
|Dual Time||35 Hours Dual (PA28-161) Simulated (or) Actual IFR flight time.||$6,195.00|
|35 Hours Ground Instruction||$1,645.00|
|7 Dual Pre/ Post flight||$385.00|
|Course Materials And Charts||$334.00|
51 Hrs Dual/ 30 Hrs Solo/ 38 Hrs Ground
|30 Hours Solo (C152)||$2,790.00|
|31 Hours Dual (PA28-161)||$5,487.00|
|20 Hours Dual (Beechcraft Sierra)||$4,220.00|
|38 Hours Ground Instruction||$1,786.00|
|5 Hours Pre/Post Dual Instruction||$275.00|
In order to qualify for a Commercial Pilot Certificate, the pilot must demonstrate through written, oral, and practical examination, that he/ she meets the knowledge, skill, and experience requirements specified on FAR Part 141 of the Federal Regulations.
Aircraft, other than those suggested in the above cost estimate, will alter the cost of training.
|Total cost of the Commercial Pilot Certificate
based on the above figures (Approx.)
Prices As Of March 1, 2017 Subject To Change Without Notice