COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENCE (HELICOPTER)
Anyone wanting to fly a helicopter for remuneration must hold a Commercial Pilot’s Licence (Helicopters). This is the professional licence enabling the holder to work as a helicopter pilot. There are a number of reasons for gaining a CPL(H), although the main reason is to launch a career as a professional helicopter pilot. There are a number of exciting careers that will be open to you by gaining a CPL(H), including: Commerical Charter, Aerial Photography, Powerline inspection or Air ambulance flying.
Minimum Entry Requirements
- Minimum 18 years old and above
- Minimum SPM (5) credits, which should include English, Mathematics, and any ONE of the Science Subjects.
- For overseas cadet pilot, an equivalent in GCSE “O” Levels subjects OR at least two (2) GCSE “A” Levels or its equivalent.
- Pass medical examination (Class I) by a DCA approved medical practitioner. Cadet pilots are advised to contact DCA for an up-to-date list of such medical practitioners or they may browse through our online FAQ