Professional Pilot Zero to Commercial

OCEAN AVIATION FLIGHT ACADEMY PROFESSIONAL PILOT SIX MONTH PROGRAM

If your dream is to become an Airline Pilot,
Look no further than our “Pro Pilot” Accelerated Flight Training Course

Our Pro Pilot track is a start to finish program. You enroll with no flight experience and in as little as six months, you are a commercial pilot!

Begin with Phase 1..
During phase one of your training, you will earn your private pilot certificate. In just four short weeks, you will earn your first epaulette bar .
Congratulations, you are a newly minted private pilot.

Then continue to Phase 2..
Now you are ready to begin your instrument flight training. During phase two of your training, you will earn your instrument rating. Now, just eight weeks after arriving, you earn your second epaulette bar . Congratulations, you are a more seasoned private pilot now with instrument rating.

Finally, Phase 3..
In as little as two months after arriving, you are a private pilot with instrument privileges. Now you are ready to begin your commercial pilot flight training. This is the last hurdle to earning an income as a professional plot. Your goal is in reach! You will be making longer trips and enjoying your experience even more as you and your instructor make sure you have the necessary flight and knowledge requirements to exceed the minimum requirements of a commercial pilot. You will be flying more advanced and higher powered complex aircraft. In the four months requirement to complete phase 3, you will be gaining valuable flight experience as you fly. You have earned your third stripe

 

YOU EARNED IT

Six months later, time to get paid to fly!

Congratulations!
You Are A Commercial Pilot

 

Call or e-mail our enrollment counselors at admissions@flyoceanaviation.com for a quote and see how easy it is for you to Live your Dream!

All students learn at their own pace. While six months is a very realistic goal, some students do require more time and hours to graduate. Therefore, all course schedules and pricing are based upon average expectations.