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Commercial Pilot License (CPL)

Elevate Your Career: Achieve your Commercial Pilot License (CPL) and open the doors to a professional flying career. With the CPL, you gain the qualifications to operate as a paid pilot, turning your passion for aviation into a rewarding profession.

Understanding the Commercial Pilot License (CPL)

Training with Advanced Aircraft

Our Commercial Pilot License (CPL) training involves advanced aircraft, providing a more complex and enriching learning experience. This level of training is designed to refine your piloting skills to a professional standard, ensuring you are well-equipped for a variety of flying roles.

Age and Medical Requirements

To pursue a Commercial Pilot License at Journey Air Pilot Training, candidates must be at least 18 years of age. A Category 1 Medical clearance is also required, ensuring you meet the higher health and fitness standards necessary for professional piloting duties.

CPL Pilot Privileges

Transport Canada Requirements

For detailed information on the prerequisites and standards for obtaining a CPL, we recommend referring to Transport Canada’s guidelines for Commercial Pilot Licenses.

Commercial Pilot License (CPL) Cost Breakdown

Commercial Pilot License (CPL)Cost
Commercial Pilot Ground School (80hrs)$800.00
Ground School Materials$100.00
Dual Flight Instruction (35hrs)$8,750.00
Solo Flight Practice (30hrs minimum)$5,250.00
Pre-Flight & Post-Flight Briefings (15hrs)$1,125.00
CPL Flight Test & Written Exam$105.00
Transport Canada Licensing & Fee$120.00
Journey Air Fee (Career College)$700.00
Total (taxes included)$18,984.00

Cost Considerations: Be aware that the estimated costs for pilot training, based on Transport Canada minimums, may vary with each student’s unique learning pace and needs. For specific training requirements and personalized cost details, please contact Journey Air Pilot Training directly.

CPL Note: To achieve the full Commercial Pilot License (CPL), a total of 200 hours of flight time, including 100 hours flown solo, is required. Add approximately $13,125 (before taxes) to the above to complete the additional Transport Canada flying hour requirements.

Take Flight with Journey Air Pilot Training

At Journey Air Pilot Training, we offer comprehensive CPL training that exceeds Transport Canada’s requirements, ensuring our pilots are not only qualified but also highly competent and ready for the demands of a professional flying career.