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Get Your Commercial Pilot Certificate in Gainesville, GA

A Commercial Pilot Certificate is the key that unlocks your ability to earn money while flying an aircraft. Your training for this certification will focus on the enhancement of the fundamentals of aviation. You’ll learn a number of new maneuvers that will improve your airmanship exponentially!

Commercial Instruction as low as $80 per hour

The Commercial Maneuvers

Commonly known as “the commercial maneuvers,” this phase of training will have you perfecting chandelles, lazy eights, eights on pylons, steep spirals, and a 180-degree power-off accuracy approach to landing.

The skill required to perform these maneuvers to the prescribed standard helps increase pilot safety and proficiency. For example, the Chandelle is actually a combat maneuver from World War I! Pilots who perfect the Chandelle achieve fine control of the rudder with changes of pitch, bank, angle of attack, and airspeed. Proficient execution of the maneuver will allow you to perform a maximum performance climb while turning 180 degrees in the opposite direction, which also serves as an excellent aid when you need to climb and turn quickly in mountainous terrain.

Each of the commercial maneuvers has unique learning objectives, all culminating in skill refinement, enhanced safety, and pilot mastery. As a bonus, our students really enjoy learning about and executing these maneuvers.

The Benefits of a Commercial Pilot Certificate

Along with your ability to earn a living flying, your commercial pilot certificate has other benefits, such as:

  • Experience
  • Increased Skill Level
  • More Career Opportunities
  • Reduced Insurance Costs

What are the requirements to get your Commercial Pilot Certificate?

You’ll need to have completed the following:

  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must hold current and valid FAA 2nd class medical certificate or higher
  • Must be able to read, write, speak, and understand English
  • Must have logged more than 250 hours of total time
  • Must take and pass the FAA commercial pilot test
  • Must complete minimum flight training requirements
  • Must take and pass a checkride with an FAA examiner

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