Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL)
Pursue your commercial career

The aim of the commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) course is to train PPL(A) holders to the level of proficiency necessary for the issue of an EASA Commercial Pilot Licence but also train you with the necessary skills that will help you in your pilot career.



Minimum of dual flight instruction



Minimum of dual flight instruction under VFR



Instrument instruction

Course Information

ACS Flight Training run CPL courses on behalf of the The British Aerobatic Academy. They are the leading Commercial Flight Training Organisation in Scotland.

The training is completed on their complex Piper Arrow PA28R aircraft. This aircraft is equipped with a variable pitch propellor and retractable landing gear and Garmin GNS430.

CPL Pre-requisites

  • 100 hours P1/PIC
  • 300nm solo Cross-country (with 2 stops other than point of departure) completed
  • Relevant ATPL Examinations passed
  • Night Rating
  • Valid Class 1 Medical


£7,400 or £4,590
(if IR already held)

Contact us to discuss details.

Fee includes:

  • All ground school and study aids.
  • 25 hours flight training
  • All Landings at Perth Airport
  • Airways and approach charges.

Course fee excludes:

  • Accommodation
  • Skills Test Fee
  • Additional training (if required)

Terms and conditions apply.

CPL Course Location

ACS Flight Training,
Hangar 3,
Perth Airport, Scone,

Training Environment

ACS Flight Training is based at Perth Airport, Scotland. Perth Airport is a CAA licensed airport and is well equipped with three operational and serviced runways. This includes a main runway with PAPI lights, pilot controlled lighting for night training and a radio navigation beacon (VOR) for practice instrument approaches.

The airport is operated by ACS Flight Training so this enables them to offer discounted landing fees for ACS students and members.

Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Inverness Airports are all within 20-25 minutes flight time. These airports are equipped with both radar and precision approach aids which are used during the instrument rating course.

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Book your Commercial Pilot Licence course

Please do not hesitate to contact ACS Flight Training either by telephone or email to discuss.

Telephone: 01738 550 003