To perform the skill test commercial pilot, must first have completed the commercial pilot course CPL (A) in a flight school FTO. The applicant for a flight test for CPL (A) shall have received instruction in an aircraft of the same class / type that will be used for testing. The examiner may stop the test at any time if it considers that the applicant's demonstration of flying skill requires a full repetition. The applicant will be required to fly the airplane from a position in which functions are performed as pilot in command and perform the test as if he was the only member of the crew. The responsibility of the flight will be assigned according to national regulations. The routes are to fly to navigation test will be chosen by the FE. The route may finish at the aerodrome of departure or other. The applicant will be responsible for flight planning and that all equipment and documentation necessary for the completion of the flight are on board. The applicant must indicate to the FE tests and tasks performed, including the identification of radio. The checklists will be made in accordance with lists approved for the plane to be testing. During pre-flight preparation for the test will require the applicant to determine the power and speeds. Performance data for take-off, approach and landing shall be calculated by the applicant in accordance with the Operator Manual and the Airplane Flight Manual used.
The price of the skill test, to obtain the title and Commercial Pilot Licence, is available in the price list.
PART 1: DOCUMENTAL
From the applicant: Student Pilot Card, Class 1 medical certificate, logbook, school recommendation for test and training record.
From the aircraft: registration certificate, airworthiness certificate, aircraft station license, certificate of noise, approved maintenance program, the examiner insurance is covered, airplane and engine log.
From the flight: prepare route, ATC flight plan, the operational flight plan, weight and balance, Meteorology and Notams.
PART 2: FLIGHT
Pre-flight, navigation previously prepared, maneuvers, emergencies, touches and goes.
Tolerances: normal flight +-100ft, + -5 º navaids and + -10 º heading; simulated engine failure +-150ft, + -15 °; partial panel +-200ft, + -15 °; Vr +5 kts/-0Kts; cruise, climb, approach and partial panel +-10Kts; simulated engine failure +10Kts/-5Kts; partial panel +-10Kts; VAT / VREF +5 Kts/-0Kts; Vyse +-5KtsMinimum flight time 90 minutes, usually the test typically takes about 120 minutes.