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FAQ's

How much will CPL training Amesbury cost?

CPL training Amesbury requires considerable time and investment.

Obtaining a commercial pilot licence for a business jet or instructor role will cost several thousands pounds. The cost to obtain ATPL can be over [pound]100,000 and it can take up to 2 years to complete.

Becoming a commercial pilot is hugely rewarding, both financially and from a job satisfaction point of view. But it's important to know that a career in the skies requires a big commitment from the student.

Is CPL training in Amesbury?

Flying Lesson Serve will help you find the nearest flight school for CPL training Amesbury Wiltshire. Most flight schools are easily accessible by road or public transport links.

What is the minimum age for commercial pilot training Amesbury?

The minimum age for commercial pilot training Amesbury is 18. All applications wish to pursue an aviation career will require a Class 1 medical certificate.

Commercial Pilot Licence Amesbury

A CPL is needed if you want to earn a living from flying near Amesbury. You can undergo CPL training with flight schools near Wiltshire.

Obtaining a commercial pilot licence allows you to engage in a wide range of exciting flight based jobs throughout the UK including Amesbury.

Obtaining your CPL at flight schools near Wiltshire is hugely rewarding and can lead to a varied and rewarding flight career.

Find out more about CPL training and how it could change your career prospects in Amesbury by filling in the CPL training form with your contact details and CPL requirements. The professional flight school staff will then contact you back shortly to discuss your CPL training near Amesbury in Wiltshire.

CPL training Amesbury

Commercial Pilot Licence Training Amesbury

Before you even think about commercial pilot licence training near Amesbury, you will require a Class 1 medical certificate. This is a full time flying and ground training course provided by a flying school.

If you have zero flying experience, the best course to choose is an integrated training course. If you cannot give up your current career, you can opt for a modular choice. This is completed at your own pace but it will obviously take longer to complete.

Once the flight training begins will start flight training, simulator exercises and classed based study. Eventually you would acquire a multi engine licence and a commercial pilot licence.

This allows you to fly for a financial reward. If you stopped now, you wouldn't be able to fly for an airline but you could still fly a business jet or become a teacher for new student pilots!

If you do carry and pass even more ground and flight exams, you will eventually become the owner of an Airline transport pilot licence (ATPL). This will allow you to fly for an airline. You will need to build up even more flying hours (1500 in total) and you will need to obtain ratings i.e. the licence to fly certain types of aircraft e.g. an Airbus A320 or a Boeing B737.

Commercial pilot licence training near Amesbury for helicopters has similar demanding requirements.

For further information regarding commercial pilot licence training Amesbury for an airline or helicopter, simply complete the online form provided.

Recent Enquires

intrested in working towards my cpl please could you give me further information on the part time course thank you

Juile

full training - info required

Stefani-Krisztina

hello, I am currently a cabin crew member working for british airways but I would love to become a commercial airline pilot. I first, however, need to gain my ppl, could I please have some more information on your courses, and if it would be possible to fit it around my current flying schedule. also if you have any payment plans or whether you need the payment upfront. many thanksbeth newton

Beth

hello ... I would like to know how much is the cost off the flying school.... how many hours I need to take to become a helicopter pilot and if I can make a carer of it... thx

Andrei

hi there,my partner was a fighter pilot up until 7-years ago in f18`s and previously sea harriers. he is really missing flying and for his 50th i`d love to get him going with his ppl. given his experience, i`d be grateful for some advice on what to get him as a package.thanksgem

Gem

i would like to purchase a helicopter flying lesson as a surprise birthday gift, with the idea that it would lead to him taking a full training course. could you please let me know if this is something you offer and what the price of a single lesson would be.many thankssue

Sue

hi, I am looking to maybe finally take the plunge and get back into flying lessons with the aim to get a ppl. I am based in caithness so getting lessons from wick would be perfect. few queries:how flexible are you? do you just work weekends or are you able to fly during the week also?what is the hourly rate for lessons and is there a choice in aircraft?do you offer full ppl training packages or just based on hourly tuition. obviously this is all subject to covid so may not be able to get in the air this year. many thanks, marc

Marc

hello! I would like to get the information about private pilot licence aerop and lessons,also the requirements please.thank you

Naseem

i would like to no what the costs would be for me to have helicopter lessons and private pilots license please feel free to contact me thanks s sterling

Saint

hi there, I am curious about undertaking both the ppl and cpl course to become a helicopter pilot. how much would this cost? bestrob

Robert

would like to train to be commercial helicopter pilot

Lee

ppl (h) | cpl (h)

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