The Commercial Pilot Licence
The CPL entitles the pilot to fly for hire and reward.
This licence is also the stepping-stone towards working in a multi-crew environment such as an airline.
There are two stages to obtaining this licence, Ground School and Flight Training.
Groundschool can be undertaken via two routes:
We can offer both.
For details… Groundschool Training
It is important to understand
the CPL is the basic licence, which can be expanded with the addition of ratings such as:
For Students wishing to become an airline pilot we recommend they complete the ATPL Groundschool, as this also includes the CPL and IR theory exams.
For students only requiring a CPL, with no intention of becoming an airline pilot (e.g. for Crop Spraying, Parachute-dropping, Instruction etc.), the CPL Groundschool is more appropriate, but it does limit you to single-pilot operations.
Here at Fly-In-Spain we offer Groundschool and Flight training
in a combined modular course.
This leads to more consistent, integrated and efficient training.
CPL Flight Training
The Commercial Pilot licence can be done on a SEP (Single Engine Piston) or on a MEP Multi Engine Piston Aircraft.
The total training flight time is 25 hrs.
If you already hold an Instrument Rating, the requirement is reduced to 15 hrs.
Contact us for more details.
Start the CPL
For the CPL you will need a medical Class 1
To start the CPL training you will need:
PPL from any country of the ICAO or EASA
Prior Expericence required to start
Licence issue CPL
The issue of the CPL licence
Additional ratings you can add to the CPL
This requires different theory and practical flight training.
Validity of the CPL
The EASA – CPL is valid for life time
What you have to renew are the ratings added to your CPL that will allow to exercise your privileges.
Distance Learning Program
Is the same as the ATPL distance learning program
only one subject less
…go and have a look in the Part “Theory Training“
CPL residential Theory Training
This is the same Theory-Training-Structure as in the ATPL- Semi Integrated Training just a subject less…go and have a look in the Part “Theory Training“
CPL Flight Training
This consists of 10 hours basic Instrument training
which can be completed on the Simulator and in the Aircraft
This involves 10 hours on a SEP-Aircraft
and 5 hours on a Complex Aircraft (Variable Pitch Prop and rectable undercarriage).
Finish with a CPL skill test.
Alternatively the 5 hours complex can also be done on a Multi-Engine Aircraft. Then the Skill test has to be done on the ME-Aircraft. To do the 5 hours on ME-Aircraft, you have to do the ME-VFR rating before (or this will be additional 6 hours of flight training on ME and 8 hours of theory)
One of our professionals will contact you to provide you with all the information and the best option for you.