This course focuses on applying aeronautical knowledge and skills including a thorough knowledge of aircraft systems. This certificate enables the pilot to be hired for certain types of operation like banner towing, agricultural operations, and photography.
- Prerequisite: Private Pilot Certificate and Instrument Rating
- Must hold at least a current second class medical
- Education requirements: Able to read, write, and speak English fluently
- Age: 17+ years old
|COMMERCIAL PILOT COURSE||Pricing|
40 Hours Flight Hours in Cessna 172M;
Plane ($161) + Instructor ($70) = $231/Hr
10 Hours of Flight Hours in Complex Aircraft;
Plane ($311) + Instructor ($90) = $401/Hr
10 Hours Solo ($161/Hr)
55 hours PIC ($161/Hr)
|**Up to 11 Hours can be completed in AATD at $135/Hr**|
6 Ground Training ($90/Hr)
5 Hours Flight Training ($251/Hr)
|Ground Instruction 30 Hours||$2,100|
|Final Exam Fees||$800|
|Related Cessna Kit and Materials||$865|
Instruction and flight times are estimates only. Additional training may be necessary to meet the FAA practical test standards.
Illinois Aviation Academy’s 141 career program can get you to where you want to be and quickly. If you dream of becoming a commercial, corporate, or freight pilot, let the IAA 141 career program accelerate you to your goals. From zero time to captain never felt this good.