Prepare for a truly professional career as a paid pilot with this commercial airline pilot certification. This certificate program is a more advanced version of the commercial pilot certificate. You’ll gain a more in-depth understanding of primary flight theory with dual and solo flights. You’ll also get a solid grounding in instrument flight theory.
What you’ll learn through the professional pilot certificate program
- Basic and advanced instrument flight theory
- Advanced flight maneuvers
- Proficiency in performing commercial performance maneuvers
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Professional pilot curriculum
Students in the Professional Pilot Certificate program must complete the 16 credit hours of these six courses:
AVM 120 Primary Flight Theory and Training, Solo: Learn both the theory and the practical skills you need to fly solo in a single-engine, land-class plane.
AVM 121 Primary Flight Theory and Training, PPL: Become fully prepared to take the FAA written, oral and flight training exams necessary to obtain your PPL (private pilot license).
AVM 220 Instrument Flight Theory and Training, Basic: Learn instrument flight theory and get the training you need to accomplish basic ground and flight checks of instruments and navigation.
AVM 221 Instrument Flight Theory and Training, Advanced: This advanced level will prepare you for the FAA written, oral and flight training needed to obtain the required instrument rating.
AVM 230 Commercial Flight Theory: This will prepare you for both the written and oral FAA exams for your commercial pilot certificate.
AVM 231 Commercial Flight Training: Complete the required flight to be eligible for the certificate.
In addition, requirements for the commercial airline pilot certificate include:
- Obtaining a visa if you are an international student
- Passing a medical exam
- Being at least 17 years old when you complete the certification
Professional pilot career opportunities
Becoming a professional airline pilot with this professional-level certification will make you a more accomplished airplane pilot. Alumni of the Burton D. Morgan College of Aeronautics have used their new ratings and certificates to gain employment with nationally known companies including:
- Spirit Airlines
- Delta Airlines
- United Airlines
- American Airlines
- Atlanta Hartsfield airport authority
- Opa Locka airport authority
- Republic Airways
Or earn your B.S. in aviation management and qualify for specialist, coordinator and management roles, such as:
- Air traffic controller
- Private or commercial pilot
- Information or HR specialist
- Corporate manager
- Airport manager