The Commercial Pilot Licence is the minimum qualification required to pilot an aeroplane for hire or reward. Australian Wings Academy offer a unique scenario based training syllabus utilising blended learning methodologies and boast some of the most experienced instructors and management staff in the country. Our reputation for producing highly trained professional pilots now precedes us.
Once you have completed the Commercial Licence you can commence the Diploma of Aviation AVI50415 (Instrument Flight Operations) course.
Australian Wings Academy offers an integrated Commercial Pilots Licence (CPL).The course duration is 15 months, this includes 203 flight hours. Successful students will receive the (Civil Aviation Safety Authority) CASA Commercial Pilot Licence.
Full ground school theory which includes Basic Aeronautical Knowledge (BAK), PPL Theory Course, CPL Theory Courses for all 7 subjects
CPL Exams – these exams are conducted at the CASA/ASPEQ exam centre in Brisbane
Australian Commercial Pilot Licence (Aeroplane) – CPL(A)
To have a career as a pilot you must hold a Commercial Pilot Licence.
The CASA CPL licence enables the holder to conduct private and commercial flights within Australia in good weather by day. The minimum age for the issue of a Commercial Pilot Licence is 18 years. The applicant must be able to speak, read, write and comprehend the English language.
The course is integrated so the theory and the flight training are coordinated and conducted together.
The training for the CPL is aimed at achieving a high standard of flying skill, knowledge and airmanship. You will be specifically instructed in the procedures for conducting commercial operations. This will include the management of passengers as well as the management of the aircraft. You will be consolidating all your knowledge and practical skill in navigational exercises, carrying out normal procedures and all types of emergency procedures. You will practice making many command decisions under pressure and in various circumstances in order to simulate real life situations and increase situational awareness.
Australian Wings Academy boast a unique 203 hour scenario based training syllabus designed to produce not only a qualified pilot but a genuinely industry ready pilot!
We give our pilots more than just the qualification as employers tell us that experience matters, even in the entry level flying jobs employers look for pilots who have good command experience and can think for themselves.
Unlike a traditional pilot training syllabus which includes approximately 20 hours of short training area flight lessons, AWA’s scenario based training syllabus is designed to allow students to commence navigation training after only 5 training area lessons. This structure provides students with an immediate application for their skills and knowledge through scripted en-route scenarios that allow for the training of upper-air-work sequences that would otherwise be trained in an unrealistic training area environment[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]