The Commercial Certification Course - Single Engine is for those students who require commercial pilot privileges in single engine aircraft only.
Applicant will receive 120 hours of flight training as follows; (Dual 40 hrs. non-complex, Dual 10 hrs. complex, Solo 5 hrs. complex. Solo 65 hrs. non-complex and 65 hours of classroom instruction (Directed Study 35 - Ground Instruction 30).
Ground school instruction includes preflight preparation and procedures; complex aircraft procedures; complex aircraft systems; advanced multi-engine aerodynamics; airplane performance limitations; Federal Aviation Regulations; stall awareness; aeronautical charts and publications; radio aids to VFR navigation; meteorology and weather data services; national airspace system; radio communications; air traffic control; aero medical factors; commercial operations; passenger and freight loading; night maneuvers; and ground operations.
Flight training syllabus includes preflight procedures; airport operations; maximum performance takeoffs and landings; maximum performance flight maneuvers; ground reference maneuvers; navigation and cross country flying; slow flight and stalls; complex aircraft operation; commercial flight maneuvers; emergency procedures; night operations; and post-flight briefing.