The holder of a valid Transport Canada Commerical Pilot's License may:
exercise the privileges of Pilot-in-Command of any aircraft engaged in commercial air services where the documented minimum flight crew is one per aircraft (i.e. air taxi operation)
exercise the privileges of a Co-Pilot of any aircraft type that is endorsed on his or her license
Many of our students have gone on to fly for regional or major airlines, float and bush operations, corporate operations as well joining the Air Force.
Your flight training will consist of ground school instruction, simulator training and in-flight instruction. You must pass both a written exam and a flying exam to receive your license.
Flying is done at your own pace. Ideally, you would fly two or three flights per week to keep your skills sharp. After you complete your Private Pilot's License, it is possible to complete your Commerical Pilot's License in about six months. By the way, a portion of both your Private Pilot's License and Commerical Pilot's License is tax deductable.
You can begin your training at anytime! Pay as you fly! No Additional Surcharges!