The aim of the CPL(A) modular course is to train PPL(A) holders to the level of proficiency necessary for the issue of a CPL(A).
Applicants without an IR shall be given at
least 25 hours dual flight instruction, including 10 hours of instrument
instruction of which up to 5 hours may be instrument ground time in a BITD, an
FNPT I or II, an FTD 2 or an FFS.
Applicants with a valid IR shall be given
at least 15 hours dual visual flight instruction.
Applicants without a night rating aeroplane
shall be given additionally at least 5 hours night flight instruction,
comprising 3 hours of dual instruction, which shall include at least 1 hour of
cross-country navigation and 5 solo take-offs and 5 solo full stop landings.
Applicants with prior
experience as PIC may be credited with an amount of hours to meet the
requirement of 150 hours of flight time. The amount of credited hours should be
decided by Royal Flight Center where the applicant takes the training course on
the basis of a pre-entry flight test, but in any case, should have been
completed only in one aircraft category other than aeroplane.
Except for the requirement of 50 hours as
PIC in aeroplanes, hours as PIC in other categories of aircraft may account for
the 150 hours of aeroplane flight time in any of the following cases:
Applicants holding a valid IR(A) shall be
credited towards the dual instrument instruction time. Applicants holding a
valid IR(H) shall be credited up to 5 hours of the dual instrument instruction
time, in which case at least 5 hours dual instrument instruction time shall be
given in an aeroplane. Applicants holding a BIR or a Course Completion
Certificate for the Basic Instrument Flight Module shall be credited with up to
10 hours towards the required instrument instruction time.
An applicant for a CPL shall be at least 18years of age.
The applicant for a CPL(A) shall havecompleted at least 200 hours flight time, including at least:
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