Airplane Commercial Pilot Course
The commercial airplane license is a must for anyone that would like to be paid for flying. The commercial airplane course is the second step in flying airplanes as a career. Parts of the commercial airplane course can be completed at the same time as the in Airplane Instrument Rating (IFR) course. Although you can obtain a commercial airplane license without an IFR rating, most employers prefer to hire an IFR qualified pilot.
The estimate of the costs to complete the Airplane Commercial Pilot Course with Apollo Flight is below.
|Books and Training Material||$300.00|
|65 Hours of Dual Flight Instruction||$12,350.00|
|145 Hours of Solo Flight||$18,850.00|
|20 Hours of Ground Instruction**||$1,200.00|
|FAA Written Exam||$300.00|
|FAA Check Flight||$1,000.00|
|Helicopter Rental for Check Flight @ $280 / hour||$130.00|
* Times published reflect minimum Federal Aviation Administration requirements, total cost may be higher
** Apollo Helicopters estimate. FAA CFR Part 61.125 does not reflect minimum time for ground instruction.