- Private Pilot’s Licence (PPL)
- Minimum hours: 200
- Class 1 Medical Certificate
- Minimum age to hold licence: 18 years
Having completed your PPL, it’s time to undertake further navigational training with instruction focused on commercial decision making in real-world scenarios. You will need to attain 100 hours of flight time as pilot in command, of which 20 hours must be cross-country. This solo time is an opportunity to consolidate your training and build the confidence and capability required to safely and professionally operate an aeroplane.
You will need to complete seven (7) separate theory exams before you can sit your CPL Flight Test. These include:
You can self-study for these exams, or we run CPL theory courses and offer one-on-one tuition.
Holding your CPL means you can be paid to fly and opens the door to a diverse list of career pathways. Opportunities include:
And that’s not even a complete list! These career options may require further training, however the CPL is the starting point for all.
This price is an estimate, is inclusive of GST and dependant on actual hours flown.
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