Commercial Pilot Certificate

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Yes believe or not, people do pay you to fly! Hard to believe something this much fun could be classified as work!  However in order to be compensated for flying, you must first earn you Commercial License and second, you must work for a Commercial Operator such as the airlines, corporate flight department, etc.  This Commercial Pilot License allows you to be paid for all different kinds of flying, and not just airlines — you can fly sightseeing tours, air taxis, cargo planes, tow banners or gliders, drop skydivers, fly law enforcement or fire patrols, and much more!

You can choose to train for a single engine Commercial Pilot License, a multi-engine Commercial Pilot License, or both.  It all depends on the type of aircraft you plan on flying for hire.  Even if you aren’t sure whether you want to pursue an aviation career, the Commercial Pilot License will allow you to do some fun side work and also make you piloting skills much more proficient.

The Commercial Pilot License is the most expensive part of flight training because the FAA requires a minimum total time of 250 hours for part 61.  Nexgen Aviation is part 141 approved so we are able to lower the hourly requirements to 190 hours for the Commercial Pilot Certificate. NexGen Aviation will work to minimize those time building hours in the most efficient way possible.  If you already have logged flight hours, we will apply them to your training to make sure that you aren’t paying more than what is required.  If you have zero experience and want to go through our Commercial Pilot Program or Professional Pilot Career Course, the hours you build while training for your Private Pilot License and Instrument Rating will apply toward your Commercial Pilot License.  This way you will have a minimum amount of hours to build before you start the training phase of your Commercial Pilot License.  NexGen Aviation will also work to pair individuals to help split the cost of flight training as well as offer time-building promotions from time to time, however we cannot guarantee this for everyone as per number of available students changes.  Why not start the path to becoming a professional aviator with NexGen Aviation’s Commercial Pilot Program.

Pricing
Commercial Airplane Multi-Engine Land, Initial certification with Single-Engine Add-On

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Prerequisites
  •  Private pilot License with instrument rating

  • 90.5 Hours of Single Engine Aircraft Rental (DA20)
    30 Hours of Multi Engine Aircraft Rental (Duchess)
    60.5 Hours of Commercial Pilot Flight Instruction
    28 Hours of Commercial Ground Instruction
    Commercial Pilot Supplies
    3 Hours for Commercial Single Add-On
    Total Course Cost……………………..$22543.00

    *Course is based on student having minimum hours.  Course and Price and be flexible to meet the students requirements for those with more flight hours.  A $50 one-time enrollment fee may apply to new Nexgen Aviation students/renters.  Course does NOT include FAA Written Exam ($150) and FAA Examiner Fee ($350).
     
    Commercial Airplane Single-Engine Land, Initial Certification

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    110 Hours of Single Engine Aircraft Rental (DA20)
    12 Hours of Single Engine Aircraft Rental (Arrow)
    42 Hours of Commercial Pilot Flight Instruction
    28 Hours of Commercial Ground Instruction
    Commercial Pilot Supplies
    Total Course Cost……………………..$18780.00
    *Course is based on student having minimum hours.  Course and Price and be flexible to meet the students requirements for those with more flight hours.  Course does NOT include FAA Written Exam ($150) and FAA Examiner Fee ($350).
     
     
    Commercial Airplane Single-Engine Land, Add-On Certification
    Prerequisites
    •  Commercial Multi-Engine Pilot License with instrument rating

    •  No minimum hour requirements

    10 Hours of Single Engine Aircraft Rental (DA20)
    8 Hours of Commercial Pilot Flight Instruction
    Total Course Cost……………………..$1680.00

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