If you want to fly for hire, you will need a Commercial Pilot Certificate.This program takes you beyond what you will learn in the private pilot program and introduces you to many advanced maneuvers. This training emphasizes professionalism, power management, risk management, and increasing the level of precision with which all basic maneuvers are
performed. The costs outlined below illustrate the minimum hourly requirements required by the FAA FAR Part 61. It is difficult to achieve the required proficiency in this time period. It is wise to budget for 10% over these costs.
FAA minimum requirements per FAR 61.129:
Numbers below are for a student with a Private Helicopter rating with 50 hours of flight time, including 10 hours solo:
*discounts are available for pre-paid blocks of flight time and cash payments – NO REFUNDS for pre-paid blocks of flight time at the discounted rate – ask for details!*