Commercial Pilot

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Commercial Pilot Licence

The Commercial Pilot Licence or the CPL for short is a specific licence that allows the holder to fly an aircraft which is UK registered in almost any country in the world for remuneration. A CPL is considered a professional pilot licence – the standard of training and flying is set at a high level.

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Multi-Engine Rating

A multi-engine rating, as the name suggests allows either a Private Pilot Licence or Commercial Pilot Licence holder to fly a multi-engine piston aircraft. Under an ‘intense’ modular course or a fully integrated course, this rating is generally combined with the students Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) training, or Instrument Rating course.

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Instrument Rating

Anyone who holds a valid Private Pilot Licence (PPL) or Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) is able to undertake instrument training, if you only have a...

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Upset Prevention and Recovery Training

Until recently there was no mandatory requirements for Upset Prevention and Recovery training. However with recent events in the commercial sector around the globe, the...

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Multi-Crew Cooperation

Since 1999 the Multi Crew Cooperation Course or MCC for short has become a requirement before the commencement of a CPL/IR holder’s first type-rating course....

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Flight Instructor

Flight Instructor Rating (FI) which allows you to instruct and teach new PPL students. You will be restricted with this rating initially but with hours an experience that restriction will be lifted. If you hold a CPL you can be paid for your services.