The Commercial Pilot Licence is the minimum licence needed to be employed as a pilot and will allow you to fly all single-engine aircraft that are classified as non-high performance during day and night hours under Visual Flight Rules.
*Prerequisite: Private Pilot Licence.
The Commercial Pilot Program is divided into two separate related paths, ground school, and air instruction. Ground school will provide you with the required background knowledge and understanding to successfully pass the written examination, while the air instruction and solo practice will provide you with the skills required to succeed at the flight test.
A minimum age of eighteen (18) years old is required for a Commercial Licence. However, flight training can be started as early as fourteen (14) years of age, as this is the minimum age required to obtain a student pilot permit and complete the prerequisite Private Pilot Licence training (licensing age of 17).