COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENSE – CPL (A)

THEORY COURSE

In accordance with EASA standards: PART-FCL

COURSE

Flight training not applied
Theory course 250 hours of online distance course
Consultations 26 hours online

Age 17 years old at least
License PPL(A)
English advance knowledge

Course length 4-18 months

CAREER

The theory course for commercial pilots CPL (A) is intended for all pilots who want to fly as commercial pilots but their goal is not to become an airline transport pilot. Graduates of the CPL (A) theory course take an exam in commercial pilot theory at the Civil Aviation Authority (the CAA). The theory course and exam at the CAA is a necessary requirement for a flight training.

Holders of a commercial pilot license CPL(A) can work for example as pilots in smaller airlines operating private jets. Airline transport pilots must complete a course in ATPL theory.

Requirements:

  • At least 17 years of age to begin the course
  • At least hold a valid PPL(A) license issued in accordance with the Chicago Convention
  • Sufficient level of English

Length of training:

  • 4 – 18 months – 250 hours
  • of which 26 virtual classroom hours*

*Minimum number of hours

Credits for previous experience: Holders of the IR rating may count Meteorology, Communication and Human Performance towards the total hours.

CPL(A) Theoretical knowledge course:

BLUE SKY AVIATION provides:

  • Distance learning course with virtual learning and video conferencing
  • Courses start 6 times during a year
  • eLearning – unique computer based self-study training
  • Individual consultations with instructors using video conferencing
  • Study textbooks and supplementary materials are included in the course price

Description:

The Commercial Pilot theory course in our flight school is distance learning course. A program of the course consists of self-study and classroom time which includes video conferencing. The self-study time is 85% of the total course time. BLUE SKY AVIATION offers students a unique and comprehensive ground theory computer-based training system for self-study. Minimum of 26 hours are consultations. The consultations are carried out in virtual classroom lessons led by an instructor. Virtual classroom lessons are organized as a video conference. To join the consultations a laptop or tablet with a camera and wifi is all you need.

The whole CPL theoretical knowledge course is organized in eight-week terms/courses with a fixed start and end dates throughout the year separated by short breaks to allow students to catch up with outstanding work. The maximum total length of the course is 18 months. This length can be shortened by increasing an intensity of study.

After enrolment, students are provided with a recommended study plan where they can see the term start and end dates. Students enrols into individual subject/course at their own discretion, respecting the total CPL(A) course duration and the requirement to study “core” subjects before advancing to the others. In each term, students are recommended to be enrolled in two courses. The maximum number of courses enrolled at once is limited to 4 at any given time. Students should schedule the courses in a manner as to be able to complete all of them within 18 months from the date of beginning of the first course.

Each course is scheduled to last 7 weeks of active learning and 1 week of testing. For each week, student are presented with a recommended reading list, assignments and progress worksheet/test. The 8th week of each course is dedicated to revision and the final test in each subject.

Classroom consultations are held throughout the year on days published by BSA in the term schedule according to the demand.

Subjects of the CPL(A) theory course:

Air law; airframe and systems, electrics, power plant and emergency equipment; aircraft general knowledge – instrumentation; mass and balance; performance; flight planning and monitoring; human performance and limitations; meteorology; general navigation; radio navigation; operational procedures; principles of flight; communications

Price course CPL (A) theory in the range of 250 hours:

Course dates:

29 February 2024
09 March 2024
2900CZK
18 March 2024
13 April 2024
2900CZK

OUR FLEET

SIMULATOR FNPT II

EXPERIENCE FLIGHTS

Why choose BLUE SKY AVIATION?

MODERN AIRCRAFT FLEET

APPROVED CESSNA PILOT CENTRUM

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INDIVIDUAL APPROACH

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