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N5355F- Cessna 172R


The Commercial Pilot Certficate will permit the pilot to fly for compensation. At last - someone pays you to fly! There has never been a better time to become a professional pilot - the pilot shortage is now.

  The Commercial Course (120 hours) and the Instrument Course (35 hours) will combine to be a total flight time of 155 hours. Although these are FAA Minimum Flight times, our experience has been that most students will graduate the Commercial - Instrument courses within 10% of these times. 

Under Part 141, a Private Pilots License is a pre-requisite for enrollment in Commercial Pilot Course. You must also hold an Instrument Rating or be concurrently enrolled in the Instrument Rating Course.