Principal Air - Flight Training / Charter in Canada

Principal Air - Flight Training / Charter in Canada, Learn to Fly


Email: info@principalair.ca

Unit D 30460 Liberator Ave. (Just past the Main Terminal)
Abbotsford International Airport
V2T 6H5
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Commercial Pilot Licence

Click Here for a printable (PDF) version of the course description and cost estimate.

Student planning on using RESP funds or Student Aid must also have completed high or equivalent level education And be 18 years old or older.  

ADDMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

Must hold a Private Pilot licence before staring commercial training

Minimum Age: 17 years (must turn 18 before the completion of the program)

Medical Required: Class 3 (PPL) to start Class 1 needed before atttempting the written exam or flight test.

Course Description

Transport Canada requires:

Minimum Flight Time 65 hours including the following
Dual Flying (with instructor) 35 hours
Dual Cross Country 5 hours
  Instrument Time (IFR) 20 hours
  Night Flying 5 hours (2 hours cross country)
Solo Flying
30 hours
  Cross Country 300 NM including two full stop landings
  Night Flying 5 hours
     
Total Flying Time Including Private License training 200 hours
  PIC 100 hours
  Cross Country 20 hours

Ground School - 80 hours including the following subjects: Canadian Aviation Regulations; Aerodynamics and Theory of Flight; Meteorology; Airframes, Engines, and Systems; Flight Instruments; Radio and Electronic Theory; Navigation; Flight Operations; Licensing Requirements; and Human Factors including Pilot Decision-Making.

EXAMINATIONS AND FLIGHT TEST

Written Examination: Transport Canada's written examination, CPAER, may be taken in Vancouver or Abbotsford. A minimum of 60% in each of four areas - Air Law, Navigation, Meteorology, Aeronautics/General Knowledge - is required as well as in the overall written examination.

Flight Test: Flight Tests are conducted at Abbotsford by Transport Canada approved examiners.

PRIVILEGES OF LICENSE HOLDER

The Commercial Pilot License is the gateway to a professional career in aviation. A Commercial Pilot License (CPL) holder may exercise the privileges of a Private Pilot License (PPL) holder; may exercise the privileges of a VFR Over the top rating (VFR OTT), and act as Pilot in Command (PIC) in a commercial air service on any class and type of aeroplane endorsed on his/her license that is not required to be operated by more than one pilot. A CPL pilot may act as co-pilot of any class and type of aeroplane endorsed on his/her license, regardless of the number of crew required to operate it.

Ratings included with the commercial license

VFR Over the Top             Night Rating