commercial pilot

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commercial pilot

A pilot licensed to carry passengers or cargo for compensation or hire under certain conditions.
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Al Mainmani, a businessman and father of 12 children, expressed his "extreme happiness" at his daughter's success in getting the commercial pilot licence.
Different types of * Commercial Pilot Licences are issued for different categories of aircraft, such as helicopters, gyro-planes, balloons, and airships.
The commercial pilot licence with instrument rating training costs $90,000 (BD34,000) and includes accommodation, transportation, uniforms and headsets.
If you want to work as a commercial helicopter pilot, you will need a Commercial Pilot Licence (Helicopter) - CPL(H) - or the more advanced Airline Transport Pilot (Helicopter) Licence - ATPL(H), which is needed for piloting two-crew helicopters.
Contract Awarded for commercial pilot licence, helicopter
New Delhi: Mumbai-based Ayesha Aziz is the youngest girl of Kashmir origin who will soon acquire the Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) and is probably set to enter the Limca Book of Records with her feats.
Michael had to pass 14 exams in everything from navigation to emergency procedures to enrol on his Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) course at Leeds/Bradford Airport.
The Cramlington Community High School pupil has already set his sights on getting his commercial pilot licence and spends all his free time at Northumbria Flying School.
It trains more than 100 students each year, boasting a 100% pass rate for its commercial pilot licence.
The 18-month full-time commercial pilot licence and instrument rating training course costs $90,000 (BD34,000) and consists of ground school and flying training based in Aqaba.
Over the last few years, the Pink City, as Jaipur is called, had become the epicentre of the scandal where fake flying hours are awarded through the government-run Rajasthan Flying School, enabling many to obtain the commercial pilot licence from the Director-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).
The 17-year-old from Whitley Bay has already set his sights on getting his commercial pilot licence and spends all his free time at Northumbria Flying School.

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