Commercial Certificate--Part 61 and 141
This goal, however, is virtually impossible to achieve, as it requires near perfect performance in the two pre-requisite programs: Private and Instrument. In consequence, 141 students at Sunrise should look toward completing the training course in a more realistic 220 hours, still a savings when compared to 250.
Part 61: Students not enrolled in Part 141 training who wish to add a Commercial certificate to their existing training levels need the following licenses and experiaence prior to enrollment: Private certificate, Instrument rating, 50 hours of PIC cross country flight (including several "long" cross countries) and approximately 220-230 hours total flight time.
Aircraft: the course is delivered in "complex" aircraft: Cessna 172 RGs--180 hp, retractable gear and constant speed propellers.
Ground School: The commercial ground school is taught by Michael Church, Chief CFI. These lecture materials are also available on DVD.
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