How to get commercial pilot license (CPL)?
In order to get a Commercial Pilot License (CPL), a student pilot must meet the following minimum requirements:
- At least 18 years of age
- Holds a Private Pilot License (PPL)
- Holds a Class 1 Medical Certificate
- At least a high school graduate
- ICAO English Level 4 (minimum)
Aside from the above-mentioned requirements, the total flying hours required to get a commercial pilot license usually ranges around 200 flight hours, but it varies from country to country. Best to check with your country’s Civil Aviation Authority.
Take note that a student pilot must pass the CPL ground school classes before proceeding to the actual flight training for CPL.
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