In the simplest of terms, a commercial license allows you to earn money as a pilot. Before now, flying has been purely for pleasure.

With a commercial license you can fly people and/or cargo for personal gain.

This is the moment where most career aviators make the decision to earn a living as a pilot.

What it takes

FAR 61.129

  • 250 total flight hours
  • 100 hours in powered aircraft
  • 100 hours Pilot In Command / 50 cross country
  • 5 hours night with 10 takeoff & landings at tower controlled airport
  • 10 hours instrument training

*Must be 18, read, write, speak, and understand English, hold a second class medical certificate, and pass a written exam.

Estimated completion time: 3 months.

Our Cessna 152 is a great cost-effective time builder.


Rent it today and start building your hours!