For pilots who already have their private license and are ready for the next step towards a career as a professional pilot. This program will allow you to achieve your multi-engine and instrument ratings while completing the commercial license. Essentially, we use the hours from the multi-engine and instrument ratings to count towards the commercial license requirements.
Commercial Pilot License (CPL) W/Multi-IFR
Candidates must be 18 years of age for the issuance of a Commercial Pilot License; however they may begin at the age of 17.
The candidate will also be required to have completed a Category 1 medical approved by Transport Canada.
In order to work at all as a pilot, a Commercial Pilot License is required. It is also required to achieve an Airline Pilot License to fly for an airline company. This option will also include your Multi-Engine and Instrument ratings with your CPL.
Flight times listed are based on Transport Canada CPL minimums of 65 hours. Transport Canada minimum to hold a commercial license is 200 hours. Based on a 60 hour PPL and 32.6 hours from the multi-engine and instrument ratings, candidates would need to time build a further 42.4 hours. Please contact us for a more personalized estimate
*There is no tax on CPL training with MFC Training.
|Dual Instruction - single engine||35.0||250.00||$8,750.00|
|Solo Practice - single engine||30.0||175.00||$5,250.00|
|Dual Instruction - multi-engine/instrument rating||20.6||430.00||$8,858.00|
|Books and Equipment||$239.85|
|Flight Test Fees (Night rating, CPL, Multi/IFR)||$1,000.00|
|Transport Canada Licensing and exam fees||$400.00|
|Total Estimated Cost||$28,412.85|
*Total price based on Transport Canada minimums required to complete
**All prices subject to change
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