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The Airline Transport Pilot's License (ATPL(H)) This is the senior license to which many professional pilots will aspire, and requires 1000 hours total flight experience of which 250 hours must be as a pilot in command. Additionally, for an ATPL(H) to be issued the candidate must possess a valid Instrument Rating (IR) and have completed at least 70 hours of instrument flight time together with 350 hours of multi crew and multi engined helicopter experience! Integrated Training
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Helicopter Pilot's License for Cambridge, MA The FAR lays out three medical certificate levels. All require good hearing; a vision check; mental, neurological, and cardiovascular health; no substance abuse problems; and no diabetes. Student, recreational and private pilots need only a third-class certificate. Pilots intending to become commercial pilots should begin with the required second-class certificate. Major airline pilots need a first-class certificate, which requires the most medical fitness.