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EWA.16 – CPL AIRPLANE
COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENCE

Maximize the benefits of this complete & rigorous training

PPL | CPL | ME-IFR | MCC
Fly anywhere in the world!

730

Theory hours

200

Flight hours

70

Simulator hours

Program description

This program is designed for students aiming for a career as a commercial pilot and who want to get there faster without doing the ATPL written exams. Today, a growing number of global airlines, such as Air Canada, asked for highly trained candidates among their ranks.

 

Graduates of this program obtain an Attestation of Collegial Studies (ACS) and receive the PPL and CPL licenses as well as the Transport Canada night, multi-engine, and instrument ratings. In addition, students are trained to work as part of a crew to better meet the global market demands.

Admission requirements

Admission requirements vary by training program. However, the following minimum entry ratings should be met:

17 years old or older by the time you start your program;
High school diploma or its equivalent;
English level deemed adequate by the college;
Capable of obtaining the Transport Canada Class 1 Pilot Medical Certificate;
Satisfy one of the 4 following conditions :
1
Have interrupted full-time studies or pursued full-time post-secondary education for at least 2 consecutive terms or one academic year;
2
Be covered by an agreement between the college and an employer or benefit from a government program;
3
Have interrupted full-time studies for one semester and have pursued full-time post-secondary studies for one semester;
4
Hold a Diploma of Vocational Studies (DVS).
*The College recognizes as sufficient training: – a person who has at least a high school diploma or the equivalent OR; – a person with professional experience related to the area of ​​specialization of the OU program; – a person with relevant training related to the area of ​​specialization of the program.

A Typical Day at College.

This video summarizes a typical day for a college student enrolled in the CPL ME/IFR program. Remember that for a professional pilot, a new day always starts the night before.

Career opportunities

Airline pilot

Commercial pilot

Flight instructor

Airline pilot

The job of an airline pilot consists of transporting passengers or goods on board aircraft of all sizes. The pilot must also ensure technical preparation before each flight.

Commercial pilot

The commercial pilot exercises in several sectors such as freight transport, humanitarian missions, rescue, towing advertising banners, aerial photography, agricultural operations, dropping parachutists, etc.

Flight instructor

The flight instructor is the trainer of future pilots. He teaches theoretical courses and provides practical in-flight courses. It accompanies the beginner who has never taken the controls of an aircraft until obtaining a license, private or commercial.

Career opportunities

Airline pilot

Airline pilot

The job of an airline pilot consists of transporting passengers or goods on board aircraft of all sizes. The pilot must also ensure technical preparation before each flight.

Commercial pilot

Commercial pilot

The commercial pilot exercises in several sectors such as freight transport, humanitarian missions, rescue, towing advertising banners, aerial photography, agricultural operations, dropping parachutists, etc.

Flight instructor

Flight instructor

The flight instructor is the trainer of future pilots. He teaches theoretical courses and provides practical in-flight courses. It accompanies the beginner who has never taken the controls of an aircraft until obtaining a license, private or commercial.

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