MFTS | Commercial Pilot License
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Commercial Pilot License


The EASA Commercial Pilot License (CPL) is a qualification that permits the holder to act as a pilot in command (on aircrafts certified for single pilot operations) or co-pilot (on large commercial aircrafts certified for multi-crew operations once type specific training is completed.)


  • 18 years old
  • Class 1 Medical holder
  • PPL(A) + Night qualification holder with 150 hours total
  • CPL or ATPL theoretical exams passed
  • Aviation English Language Proficiency (ELP)
  • To have sufficient knowledge of Mathematics and Physics


2-3 Months


  • The training consists of 25 flying hours, both in single-engine and
    multi-engine aircraft. The candidate should have at least 6 hours of flight time in a complex aircraft before the start of the training. MFTS offers the candidate the opportunity to obtain this flight time in a multi-engine aircraft as part of the multi-engine class rating module.
  • Before a CPL license can be issued, a candidate must have the
    following flying experience:
  • Total flying experience of min. 200 hours.
  • Flying experience of min. 100 hours as Pilot in command.
  • Min. of 20 hours overland flights, at least one covering a distance of at least 300 NM and according EASA regulations.
  • 5 hours of night flying according the EASA regulations.