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Commercial Rating

Asked by: 779 views Instrument Rating, Private Pilot

Hello everyone,

I am a private pilot wth my instrument rating. I also have over 700hrs and I also meet the cross country time for my commercial rating minus the 300nm cross country. Am I safe to assume that all I will need to do it complete my long cross country and learn the commercial manuevers to finish my commercial rating?

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  1. Russ Roslewski on Apr 15, 2017

    You need to red 61.129. There are a few more requirements, like 2 2-hour dual XC flights, some night requirements and complex training requirements you will have to meet. Any CFI should be able to walk you through it.

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