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The Commercial Rating

The key to an aviation career is achieving your Commercial Rating. This allows you to fly for hire and expand your horizons as a pilot. Once you get your Commercial Rating you can move on to get your instructor ratings to teach at a flight school, fly for a charter company, work for a skydiving company as a "jump" pilot or even become a factory test pilot. This is the last step before most pilots work towards building the necessary flight hours for the Airline Transport Pilot rating.

During commercial training you'll learn the in's and out's of your aircraft's systems, take a more in-depth look at flight planning and learn all about the regulations that commercial pilots must adhere to in the Federal Aviation Regulations.

For more information on our Commercial Pilot training click here and one of our flight instructors will contact you to answer all of your questions.

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