COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENSE AND INSTRUMENT RATING (CPL/IR) WITH FROZEN AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT’S LICENCE COURSE
This course is designed to train a person to be able to fly a commercial airplane. A successful completion of this course along with DCA's and the EASA’s theory examinations results in a Private Pilot Licence, a Commercial Pilot Licence with Instrument Rating and a Frozen Airline Transport Pilot Licence. It is an essential and fundamental course in one's path to becoming a full fledged pilot with commercial airlines.
The course duration, inclusive of all ground and flying training, shall be not less than twenty four (24) months, exclusive of holidays to meet the continuity requirement of an effective flight training and academic program for CPL (Single Engine) and CPL(Twin Engine). Initial training raises the proficiency of the student in general handling and flight in the airfield circuit to a commercial standard. This training is conducted in a Piper and Diamond.
On completion of the training and the skill test the graduate may apply for a EASA CPL Licence upon attaining 200 hours total time.
- Diploma in Aviation (MQA : A8739)
- Flight Training consist of 200 hours 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.