Commercial 141

Part 141 Commercial Pilot Requirements:
Cessna C-150

The Cessna 150 is a two-seat tricycle-gear general aviation airplane that was designed for flight training, touring, and personal use. It is the fifth most produced civilian plane ever, with 23,839 aircraft produced. The Cessna C-150 is the most cost-effective option to meet the commercial pilot requirements.

  • 16 Dual Flight Time
  • 65 Hrs Solo* Flight Time
  • 35 Hrs Ground Training
  • 15 Dual Flight Time - TAA (C172)
  • 24 IFR Simulator (Dual)
  • Engine: Continental 0-200A
  • Horsepower: 100HP
  • Cruise Speed: 95 MIAS
  • *195 lbs Maximum Weight per Pilot

Part 141 Commercial Pilot Requirements: Cessna C-172

The Cessna 172 Skyhawk is an American four-seat, single-engine, high wing, fixed-wing aircraft made by the Cessna Aircraft Company. First flown in 1955, more 172s have been built than any other aircraft. The Cessna 172 Skyhawk is often used by commercial pilots to transport passengers and equipment.
  • 16 Dual Flight Time
  • 65 Hrs Solo* Flight Time
  • 35 Hrs Ground Training
  • 15 Hrs Complex / TAA Aircraft
  • 24 IFR Simulator (Dual)
  • Engine: Lycoming O-360
  • Horsepower: 180HP
  • Cruise Speed: 140 MIAS

If you would like to make a living as a pilot, you will need a commercial pilot license for the category and class of aircraft you intend to operate. There are two ways to obtain such a license, by completing either the Part 61 or the Part 141 commercial requirements. Kingsky Flight Academy offers both commercial pilot programs, each with its own advantages.

Even if you don’t plan to fly for a living, working on your commercial pilot certificate can be a good idea. Like the instrument rating, the 141 commercial pilot requirements hone basic flying skills. Although it is a standard check-off for the person planning to fly for a living, the commercial certificate is also a good way for the recreational flier to gain increased confidence and become more professional in the cockpit.

Earning Your Commercial Pilot License Under Part 141

Federal Aviation Regulations lay out the requirements for each path to a commercial pilot license. The primary differences between the commercial pilot license requirements under part 141 vs. Part 61 are the number of hours of minimum flight time required and the structure of the training program.

As a more structured and formalized flight training program, Kingsky’s Part 141 flight training program offers these benefits to students:

  • A clear timetable and structured process to reach your goals quickly
  • Fewer flight hours required, which can reduce the cost of your pilot license
  • A greater variety of training aids and equipment available in a dedicated training facility
  • More ability to transfer to a another program than is possible with Part 61
  • Financial aid provided under the GI bill for veterans and their families, which is not available for Part 61 training

Kingsky Has an FAA-Certified Part 141 Program

Kingsky Flight Academy has met the Part 41 commercial requirements as an accredited flight school. Like all FAA certified Part 141 schools, our program includes:

  • Period inspections and audits by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration)
  • FAA approval of training course outlines for each course offering
  • Structured ground and flight lessons following these approved lesson plans
  • Written safety procedures and best practices for flight training students
  • Detailed records of each students training, progress, and performance
  • A track record of successful students who pass their examinations
  • Training aircraft that meet all safety standards with documented maintenance subject to FAA inspection at any time
  • Ground facilities that are suitable and approved for the classes of aircraft used in training, including the necessary equipment for all courses provided

Commercial Pilot License Requirements for Part 141

A commercial pilot certificate allows you to become a paid pilot, working as a flight instructor, corporate pilot, traffic reporting, agricultural pilot, infrastructure patrol, or a wide variety of other industries that hire professional pilots. The process involves approved coursework, stage checks, written tests, and a final check flight or “checkride.”

Kingsky Flight Academy will guide you through the five phases of the Part 141 pilot certification process. You will be part of a training group progressing from pre-application through final testing and certification, and you will be truly prepared and confident as you schedule that final checkride to earn your commercial pilot license.

The approved coursework will include all required topics and proficiency in instrument rating and additional aircraft categories or class ratings as required for your personal or career plans. Choose from these examples of training aircraft and costs involved, or contact us at for more information on additional flight training options.

* The costs described are ESTIMATED since each student’s proficiency will be the determining factor in the exact number of hours to be performed before the Checkride. Kingsky does NOT guarantee that the student obtains the license with the minimum described. **If the student has ICAO 4 or higher, we can validate their Private Pilot license only with documentation at the cost of $250.00.


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Lakeland, FL 33811
Tel.: +1 (844) KINGSKY (546-4759)
Tel.: +1 (863) 248-2543

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