A EASA CPL (Commercial Pilot License) authorises you to make commercial flights. The first entry rule is having a PPL pilot license. A second requirement is that you have 150 flying hours to your name. In addition, need to complete the ATPL flight training (Air Traffic Pilot License) which will qualify you to pilot large airliners.
EASA CPL in America
Our EASA CPL flight training is done in America because of the better weather conditions. The substantially lower rates result from important factors. In Europe, flight training is always expensive, and the weather is often unpredictable. See how we work for more information about how we organise CPL flight training at FlyJAA.
Content of EASA CPL flight training
- Flight planning
- Operational procedures
- General piloting
- Rules flight instruments
- Piloting multi engine aircraft
- Operation of FADEC (full authority digital engine control)
- Operation of AFTS (electronic flight instrument system)
- Emergency landings
Flight training is tax deductible
In a large number of European countries, flight training is tax deductible.
The training costs of the FlyJAA CPL training are completely tax deductible in the Netherlands.
Questions about the CPL pilot license?
For more information about the CPL pilot licence, please contact us via +31 633 879 380 / +31 857 854 091 or use the contact form. We will then contact you as soon as possible.
- PPL pilot license
- Medical class 1
- 150 flying hours to your name
- Minimum age 18 years
- Theory examinations ATPL or CPL
- One night takeoff and landing
- Five night flying hours