Becoming a Commercial Pilot

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 student will graduate the Commercial – Instrument courses within 10% of these times.

Under Part 141 (FAA approved school) a Private Pilot Certificate is required to enroll in the Commercial Pilot Course. You must also be the holder of an Instrument Rating or be concurrently enrolled in the Instrument Rating Course.

The Flight School of Gwinnett, Inc.

800 Airport Road  -  Suite 101  -  Lawrenceville, Georgia  -  30046

The Commercial Pilot Certification Course will permit the pilot to fly for compensation or hire. At last – someone pays you to fly! And there has never been a better time to become a professional pilot! So come visit us at

The Flight School of Gwinnett and bring your logbook so we can show you how to get "cleared direct" for your future in aviation!

Training Professional Pilots Since 1985!


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