CPL (Commercial Pilot’s Licence) Synopsis

The Commercial Pilot Licence with Instrument Rating (CPL) is a comprehensive course that is seamlessly integrated with the Frozen Airline Transport Pilot’s Licence (ATPL) course. Cadets are trained with the basic skills required to fly a commercial aircraft, a fundamental path to becoming a pilot fit for commercial airlines.

Cadets will be tested under the guidelines of the Department of Civil Aviation, Malaysia (DCA) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) upon completion an average 104 weeks course with a minimum 200 hours of flying experience.

CPL Minimum Entry Requirements

  • Minimum age of 17
  • Fluent in the English language
  • Completion of Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) with 5 credits (including English, Mathematics and Science) or “O” level equivalent for prospective candidates outside Malaysia. For MFA requirement, subjects in English, Mathematics and Science subjects must include at least be 2 x B credits and 1 x C credit.
  • Completion of a Class I or II medical examination by a DCA-approved medical practitioner (Prospective candidates are advised to contact the DCA for an updated list of medical practitioners-please refer to our FAQs).
  • Letter of Approval from the Department of Civil Aviation, Malaysia (obtained by submitting a communication of interest to the DCA along with the necessary medical documentation and academic qualification).

The CPL Flight Training encompasses 165 hours of dual and solo Single Engine (SE) flight on our Piper Warrior and Piper Archer fleet and 35 hours of Multi-Engine (TE) flight on our Piper Seminole fleet.

Phase 1a Phase 1b Phase 2a Phase 2b
Principles of Flight Aircraft General Knowledge Systems Radio Navigation Aircraft Performance
Human Performance and Limitations Meteorology General Navigation Flight Planning
VFR Communications Aircraft General Knowledge Instrumentation Mass and Balance Air Law 1
IFR Communications   Type Technical Air Law 2
      Ops Procedures

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