Commercial Helicopter Training Course
Our commercial helicopter training course at Helicopter Pro is a must for those wishing to turn their flight training into a career and receive payment for their flying.
The following items are a summary of the eligibility requirements listed in 14 CFR Part 61.123 for obtaining a commercial helicopter pilot license:
Aeronautical Experience for the Commercial Helicopter Pilot Rating
The following items are a summary of the aeronautical experience requirements listed in 14 CFR Part 61.129 for obtaining a commercial helicopter pilot license:
Helicopter Pro instructors will help you accomplish specific flight requirements to complete, such as cross-country, night flights, and more.
Common Commercial Pilot Rating Questions
At Helicopter Pro, our instructors are dedicated to helping you reach your commercial pilot dreams. From cross-country flights to night flights, our instructors will work with you every step of the way to ensure safe operations and FAA protocols are followed. Below are some common questions we receive about this course. If you still have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Our qualified instructors would be happy to answer any further questions you may have.
With a commercial rating, you can be paid for your work as a helicopter operator by either a company or a personal owner. The most common first job people get is for helicopter tours or as a flight instructor (depending on getting your certified flight instructor rating). The more flight hours you log, the more opportunities you will have, including VFR charters and IFR charters.
Yes, the rating is for 150 hours total time, with 50 hours minimum in a helicopter.