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    BossBabei
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    How long is it going to take for one to acquire a commercial pilot license
    2 which one is better between commercial or private license
    3 how much is the upfront fee
    4 does fees include accommodation
    5 what type of visa do you give to non resident
    6 do you have age limit

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    Here are the answers to your question:

    1 How long is it going to take for one to acquire a commercial pilot license
    If you’re starting from zero, it could take around 7-10 months to complete the training and receive your commercial pilot license.

    2 which one is better between commercial or private license
    Private is for a hobby, while commercial is used to earn. Please note that you will not be able to get a commercial pilot license without a private pilot license.

    3 how much is the upfront fee
    We are happy to offer the “pay as you fly” option. You are required to pay at least $10,000 as a down payment before your classes begin. Then, you will start using the funds on your account until you have $1,000 left on your account. Then, you will need to add funds to your account to continue flight training.

    4 does fees include accommodation
    Unfortunately, no. The housing is optional. We have housing just 10 minutes away from the campus. Accommodation starts at $750 – $850 per month for shared room with free transportation. https://youtu.be/Qwu24iKKh4k

    5 what type of visa do you give to non-resident
    M1 Visa. We help in processing an M1 visa. We will provide you with the necessary paperwork for your visa and will assist you step by step throughout your process.

    6 do you have age limit
    You must be 17 years old and above. There are no maximum age limits.
    Also, an individual must be 16 years old to solo an aircraft, 17 years old to obtain a Private Pilot Certificate, 18 years old to obtain a Commercial Pilot Certificate and 23 years old to obtain an Airline Transport Certificate. FAR Part 121 (major airline regulations) require all pilots to retire at the age of 65.

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