CPL (Commercial pilot license )

A Commercial Pilot License (CPL) is a professional pilot's license that allows the holder to be compensated for their piloting services. It is a significant milestone for those looking to pursue a career as a pilot, whether in commercial aviation, such as working for airlines, or in other pilot roles.

HM Aviation is partnered with Best Flying schools around the World to offer Top class Commercial Pilot Training to all our Students as per Indian Dgca Curriculum.


  • Applicant must be at least 18 years of age for issuance of Commercial Pilot License

  •  Applicant must hold a Class 1 Medical

  • Should be able to read , write , understand and speak English

  • 10+2 with Physics and Maths ( applicants without Physics and Maths in grade 12 th can also apply and can clear Physics and Maths through NIOS or any board -acceptable by DGCA )


Commercial Pilot license course has two parts to it - theory and practical training . In theory phase one has to study aviation subjects such as Air Navigation , Aviation Meteorology , Air Regulations , Technical and RTR . After studying these theory subjects one has to pass DGCA CPL exams of these subjects. The RTR exam is conducted by WPC .  Those of you who are planning to do their flight training from abroad are exempted from the Technical exam in India and those who are planning to do flight training from any commonwealth country abroad are also exempted from Indian RTR exam .

CPL flying hours requirements slightly varies from country to country , below we have mentioned generic flying hours which students generally do to attain Commercial Pilot license / ME/IR  

The Course consists of the following:

Total flying200
Pilot in command100
Dual Single engine85
Multi engine15
Simulator 20

In order to attain Instrument rating along with CPL, one needs to also complete 50 hours PIC cross country more than 100 nm radius and also a cross-country flight of not less than three hundred nautical miles in the course of which full stop landings at two different aerodromes shall be made (this cross country is also required incase if you are only planning to attain CPL)  . Instrument Flying - 40 hours ( maximum upto 20 hours of IR can be done in an approved simulator ) . During this course you will be doing night PIC flying and other requirements as well as required by DGCA for issuance of CPL/ME/IR  .

As mentioned above flying hours and fees structure may vary country to country for exact flying hour bifurcation and fees structure please contact our team on 9810054079 / 8376900364 or email us at - [email protected] . 

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