▪ Hold a Private Pilot Certificate
▪ Be able to read, speak, and understand the English language
▪ Obtain at least a current third-class medical certificate
▪ Meet the experience requirements for Commercial Pilot Certificate
▪ Pass a written knowledge test as well as the oral/practical test
Ready to join the ranks of professional aviators? In addition to FAA-required subject areas, our Commercial Pilot Course prepares you for real-world commercial flying. Upon completion, you will have the knowledge and experience to successfully transition to a commercial pilot position.
Since there are many variables that factor into the time building requirements for the commercial certificate, AFI is unable to provide a cost estimate for this rating. Candidates training under FAA Part 61 will need 250 hours total time while those under FAA Part 141 need 190 hours total time. A cost estimate for the completion of the commercial certificate can be more accurately given to those already holding a private pilot certificate.
Click Here to discover the FAA requirements for the Commercial Pilot Certificate. AFIs Commercial course is an FAA Part 141 program
TSA approval is only required for primary training. TSA approval is not required for commercial pilot training.