Skyborne’s Commercial course is built for you, taking your instrument rating training and preparing you for airline operations.
The Skyborne FAA commercial course has been developed with your future career in mind. Your previous flight training and flight time is considered to provide a bespoke package offering an individualised, quality experience.
Our approved personnel, aircraft fleet, airport and syllabus ensure you benefit from a professional training experience. This is reflected in the results seen at commercial testing and the success of our graduates. All theoretical knowledge instruction is conducted by our highly experienced team. For the single-engine CPL you will complete practical training on the Piper Warrior and Arrow fleet and the Part 141 commercial multi-engine supplementary course offered will be completed on the Piper Seminole G500.
For those looking to achieve a Part 141 Commercial Pilot License, this can be achieved by enrolling alongside the Instrument Rating course with Skyborne.
You must hold as a minimum:
Before embarking on professional flight training it is important to know that you have what it takes to cope with the demands of training and onward career. As such Skyborne invest in the best online selection tools to give you a fair and objective assessment of your capabilities before beginning flight school.
The selection process for commercial training includes the following activities:
Skyborne believe strongly in the value of feedback and upon completion of the process you will receive an insight into your assessment performance.
The single engine Commercial course price is $26,392. The multi-engine supplementary course is $8,606. Additional fees apply for drug testing, equipment and uniform.
Skyborne accommodation options may be available subject to capacity.
SINGLE ENGINE COURSE LENGTH IS 17 WEEKS.
MULTI ENGINE SUPPLEMENTARY COURSE IS 4 WEEKS IN LENGTH.
Single engine course:
48 hours of theoretical knowledge instruction
76.5 hours of flight training on Piper Warrior and Arrow
23.5 hours of simulator training
Multi engine supplementary course:
15 hours of theoretical knowledge instruction
19 hours of flight training on a Piper Seminole
7.5 hours of simulator training