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Hours to get Commercial Pilot ASEL & AMEL

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Commercial Pilot

 

 Trying to figure out what I need in order to get my commercial rating

Here are the req's

 

245 hours total time (as a pilot)

95 hours in powered aircraft (45 in airplanes)

95 hours PIC (45 in airplanes) that includes:

     50 hours cross country (10 in airplanes)

15 hours dual to include:

     7 hours complex or turbine airplane time

     1 two hour, day, 100 nm (straight line distance) cross country in a single engine airplane

     1 two hour, night, 100 nm (straight line distance) cross country in a single engine airplane

     10 hours instrument training (5 in a single engine airplane)

10 hours solo or PIC (not dual) in a single engine airplane to include:

     One 300nm cross country, with 3 landings, one of which is 250 nm straight line distance from the original point of departure

     5 hours at night in VFR conditions

     10 night takeoffs and landings at an airport with an operating control tower, each involving a traffic pattern

 

Are all these hours need to be flown with Instructor? Can it be done with Safety Pilot?

Which hours should be flown with ASEL and AMEL ?

Can i combine ASEL and AMEL in one checkride?

 

Thanks

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  1. Mark Kolber on Mar 01, 2013

    >>Are all these hours need to be flown with Instructor?<>Which hours should be flown with ASEL and AMEL ?<<

    The requirements are broken down into whether you get your commercial certificate in a single or a twin. The second aircraft rating on that certificate will have less requirements – essentially only those that require that certain required activities be "in a multiengine aircraft" for example, although it gets a bit more detailed than that. (Although you asked about a "commercial rating," it's a commercial "certificate" with aircraft "ratings." I'm assuming you weren't using the term technically and understand the difference between a "certificate" and a "rating.")

    It's theoretically possible to get both commercial certificate ratings at the same time but that tends to be a pretty localized question, so it's best to ask your instructor, flight school, examiner of FSDO.

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