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Commercial Single
Engine Rating

Are you ready to take your aviation career to new heights? Look no further than our commercial pilot program! We have designed our program to equip aspiring pilots with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in the competitive field of commercial aviation.


Commercial Rating Rating

Our experienced instructors and state-of-the-art training aircraft provide hands-on experience and personalized instruction to help you reach your career goals. From flight theory to practical flight training, our program covers all aspects of commercial aviation and prepares you for success. So, if you're ready to soar to new heights, join our commercial pilot's license flight program today and take the first step towards an exciting and rewarding career in aviation!

Below are the eligibility requirements set by the FAA to be eligible to test for a Commercial Single Engine Airplane Rating: 

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Be able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language
  • Hold at least an FAA Private Pilot Certificate
  • Obtain at least an FAA Second Class Medical Certificate
  • Pass an FAA Knowledge Test (Written)
  • Pass an FAA Practical Test (Oral and Flight)

FAA required 250 hours total time must Include:

  • Minimum 100 hours powered aircraft (50 airplanes)
  • Minimum 100 hours of PIC time (50 airplanes)
  • Minimum 50 hours of PIC cross-country
  • Minimum 20 hours of instruction
  • 10 hours in a complex airplane, or technically advanced airplane (TAA) training
  • 10 hours of instrument training
  • One 2-hour dual cross-country
  • One 2-hour dual night cross-country
  • 3 hours checkride prep
  • Minimum 10 hours solo
  • 1 cross-country at least 300NM with three landings
  • 5 hours night (10 takeoff and landings)

Here is a list of materials that are needed for an Instrument pilot in addition to the private pilot materials:

  • View Limiting Device
  • iPad with Foreflight Subscription (suggest at least Pro Plus)
Commercial Single Engine Rating in Los Angeles California

Next steps

Getting your Commercial Single Engine Rating is a major milestone in your major career. You are now cleared for hire. Your next steps to obtain this rating are to schedule a first lesson or meet and greet to get to know us and our facilities. We will lay out your training and will send you away with homework after your very first lesson to ensure you are well on your way. You will be mentored and guided every step of the way to ensure you become a sharp commercial pilot and understand what the next steps are in further enhancing your aviation career.  

We invite you to contact us today to get started!

Commercial Single Engine Rating Los Angeles California




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