Professional Pilot Program "H" (Vocational)

Pelican flight training and this program accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), a U.S. Department of Education recognized accrediting agency.

Being a helicopter pilot is a passion. It is an amazing and challenging career path. Very few people in the world can call themselves helicopter pilots: they make up less than 10% of all licensed pilots in the US and an even smaller percentage of pilots worldwide. The helicopter pilots are a motley and fascinating group of people who wrestle complicated machines into submission and keep them from balling up on the ground. They are the happy few, living out their passion, flying machines that most think shouldn't be allowed in the air. We share and understand your passion, and we take your goals and ambitions seriously. We will help you turn your dreams into reality.

The Professional Pilot Program "H" will allow the student to qualify as a Helicopter Instrument Rated Commercial Pilot, Certified Flight Instructor and Certified Flight Instructor Instrument. This allows graduates to accumulate industry experience as flight instructors in order to achieve the flight hours usually required to be hired by air operators.

Working as a helicopter pilot can take graduates into many different industries all over the world. Helicopter pilot opportunities include training student pilots, offshore support, firefighting, law enforcement, agriculture, pipeline and utility support, sightseeing, executive transport, Emergency Medical Services, search and rescue, logging, test piloting, and more. It is a rewarding and satisfying career path.

This program is a total instructional grouping of programs for students with no flight experience. If the student already holds a private pilot certificate or has other flight experience, appropriate credit may be awarded, which will serve to reduce required hours and costs. This program is based on the minimum time requirements of Federal Aviation Regulations. Time and hours over and above these minimums will be charged at school published rates.


  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Be able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language
Price program

The first payment is 30%, the rest of the amount is paid in 3-4 stages during your training.

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