In order to be paid to fly, a pilot must hold a Commercial Pilot Licence. Before qualifying for Commercial Pilot Licence training, a candidate must first obtain a Private Pilot Licence.
Admission Requirements: Age 18 or Grade 12, Category 1 Medical, Private Pilot Licence, Valid Membership Application on file with Club, Approval of the Executive Director Flight Operations, PTIB Contract signed.
|35 Hours dual instruction||@ $229/hour||$8,015|
|30 Hours solo instruction||@ $145/hour||$4,350|
|5 Hours Ground briefing||@ $72/hour||$360|
|80 Hours solo flight time||@ $145/hour||$11,600|
|Books & Supplies||$150|
|Medical (Cat.1, ECG, X-Ray, Audiogram) & LVC Fees||$250|
|Licence Processing Fees & Transport Canada Written Fees||$420|
|PFC Yearly Membership||$195|
|Total Incidental Costs||$1,490|
|Total Estimated Costs||$26,314|
Note: The breakdown of costs is based on the average CPL student completing his PPL in the average time. Buildup time required is dependent on hours currently accumulated. Additional books to prepare for the written examination could add $200 to the costs.
As required this program is approved by the Registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB). For PFC Policies and Course outlines for approved programs, click here.
Fuel surcharges will apply where fuel exceeds the base rate at ZBB. Prices subject to change and tax is applied where applicable.(Effective September 16, 2020)
Minimum requirements for admission:
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