More than I imagined then.I think list is standing at several hundred. It is expensive and a failrly lengthy process when you add up all the bits. I would post more but I am rushing out. I am sure others will chip in.
+ PL insurance, backup aircraft, all the safety equipment and more. If you want a 2nd aircraft certified (BNUC-S) then that's more money although purely for the CAA it's done by weight class.http://www.eurousc.com/services/pilot-qualifications/
I think the total cost for the basic qualification that allows you to legally operate commercially is approx. 1500 quid. Once qualified, there is also a requirement for annual renewal (the same as a PPL).
The insurance is on the high side, but it does kind of reflect the risks involved.That's rediculous. It must be the must be one of the most highly 'taxed' profession
Has anybody ever been given permission by CAA to fly a Phantom commercially?
If so, tell us more!
Why Shouldn't I use EuroUSC ?I now have my Permission For Aerial Work PFAW from the CAA which you have to get to be able to fly commercially the Permissions will cost you £112 but first you have to do your theory, ops manual and Practical test from an approved training Center which is about £1500 and I would suggest going through RUSTA very good do not go through Euro USC, you will also need commercial insurance which will cost another £500 plus. So it all adds up, if you do any commercial work without any of the above you can get done badly from the CAA it's not worth it