Commercial pilot

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A commercial pilot may be compensated for flying. Training for the certificate focuses on a better understanding of aircraft systems and a higher standard of airman-ship.The commercial certificate itself does not allow a pilot to fly in instrument meteorological conditions. For aircraft categories where an instrument rating is available, commercial pilots without an instrument rating are restricted to daytime flight within 50 nautical miles (93 km) when flying for hire.Like the instrument rating, a commercial certificate is beneficial for both career-oriented pilots as well as hobbyists. The commercial training refines a pilot’s skills, resulting in more precise flying. This inevitably adds an extra level of safety for the pilot and his / her passengers. Perhaps the greatest benefit of this certificate is the ability to fly for hire (receive compensation for flying).Privileges Fly for hire Requirements (Part 61)General
  • Ability to read, write and speak English
  • Ability to pass an FAA medical examination
  • Age 18 or older to obtain certificate

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Event: Pilot Hangout

Florida TAMPA EXECUTIVE AIRPORT (KVDF)
Friday Nov 4th 12:00 PM- 9:00PM
Saturday Nov 5th 9:00 AM- 5:00PM
(Campers party 5:00PM-9:00PM)
Ticket Available at AOPA.com,
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again with a new take on our Regional Fly-ins – introducing,
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The Hangouts are a two-day informal event where you can pitch a tent, participate in educational seminars, browse exhibits and displays, swap stories and enjoy friendly company around the campfire. AOPA will be hosting two of these events this year, one on each coast.

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