Commercial Pilot License in Maine

Take the next step from your private pilot's license and let Flight Schools Maine guide you to your Commercial Pilot's License!

Maine Flight Schools offer a versatile, comprehensive training program to help you achieve an overall commercial license. A commercial pilot's license introduces the possibility to be the captain in command of the aircraft, as well as being compensated for flying! This training course is a model for what it requires to become a certified commercial pilot. In order to start the commercial pilot's license training, you need to comply with the following requirements:

  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Ability to read, write, and converse in English
  • Be a certified Private Pilot
  • Have at min. of 250 flying hours
  • Pass written and oral FAA assessments
  • Successfully complete an FAA flight practical

A Commercial Pilot License (CPL) can only be acquired once a student has finished the required minimum 250 flight hours.

Our inclusive, extensive training program imparts in the trainee a thorough knowledge of flight instrumentation, navigation, communication, operational procedures, rules of flight, and all other various aspects needed to obtain a CPL.

An academic and dry run are the ultimate necessary tasks required to be accomplished for one to obtain their CPL. For the conceptual test, the pilot-in-training must convey a comprehension of flight proportional to one who holds a CPL.

The practical exam, additionally, explores a pilot's trained capacity to fly an aircraft within its constraints, exercise their aeronautical understanding under certain circumstances, and carry out unique maneuvers essential during normal and abnormal conditions, and a few other smaller, yet equally important, features of flight.

Your fated flight training prosperity makes it possible for you to acquire your CPL and effectively become a certified commercial pilot.