Commercial Pilot License

Do your occupational ambitions include donning the uniform of an airline pilot or stepping into the cockpit of another aircraft to spray crops, pull banners, fly tourists, transport packages, or otherwise make a living? If you plan to earn a wage flying, you must earn a commercial pilot license, and Paragon Flight is prepared to help you accomplish this goal.

FCommercial Pilot Licenselight schools sometimes disappoint, but not Paragon Flight. We offer a fleet with a comprehensive selection of aircraft, one-on-one flight training, and adjustable scheduling. Our team of Certified Flight Instructors (CFIs) are highly trained and broadly experienced for a helpful and realistic experience.

Based out of Page Field in Fort Myers, FL, Paragon Flight has a world-class reputation and a student-focused curriculum. We have been honored several times by the AOPA, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, as one of the best flight schools in the country.

Fort Myers is a place where the sun shines brightly over 350+ days of the year. Our students have plenty of time spent in the air with few days of weather that prevent takeoff. Being such a flight-friendly location, Paragon Flight students have access to multiple practice fields, well-trained flight instructors, Technically Advanced aircraft, and more. We do everything possible to facilitate the achievement of a commercial flight license, or other aviation certification.

If you plan to fly commercially, you’ll likely need to earn a range of certifications including a private or commercial license, instrument rating certification, and a multi-engine endorsement. We’re able to help with them all.

Our fleet of aircraft is full, new, and outfitted with the best technology available. We provide our students with confidence based on experience using the modern aircraft they’ll be operating in the future. Our Primary Training Aircraft include the C172S Skyhawk and the PA-44 Seminole while the Specialty Training Aircraft in our fleet include the Cessna T182T Skylane, Cessna C206H Stationair, the Cirrus SR20, the Cirrus SR22 G5/G6, and the ALSIM Flight Simulator.

What It Means to Be a Commercial Pilot

At the most basic of categories, civilian pilots can be classified as either private or commercial. To accept any payment for services provided in the cockpit, pilots must have a commercial pilot’s license. Entry level positions often include cargo transport, banner pilots, etc., and as pilots gain experience and endorsements, they work their way toward advancements in the field.

We Operate on Your Timeline

The FAA has specific requirements for earning a commercial pilot’s license, but Paragon Flight provides measures that facilitate all schedules. We’re able to provide this flexibility as a Part 61 authorized flight school.

Paying for Your Flight Training

Flight school is within reach for all. If you’re still unsure of how you plan to finance the opportunity, reach out to our staff. We’ve worked with hundreds of students in the past to help them obtain the best package for financing. Student loans, scholarships, grants, private loans, and other financial opportunities are available.

Earn your commercial pilot license right here at Paragon Flight. To discover how we can be of assistance, call (239) 274-3170 and schedule a consultation today. Our Chief Flight Instructor will walk you through everything you should expect, the financial ins and outs, and an aviation educational plan designed around your goals and your lifestyle. With an education gained here, you will be on your way to having the word pilot in your job title.