Age limit for a commercial pilot?



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Minimum18 years for the issuance of the license . Under the rules, the upper age for holding a license is 60 years, however some airlines have held recruitment age levels for CPL (commercial pilot license) holders at around 35 years. The upper age limit is often determined by the individual recruitment policy of each aviation company.
Yes there is no doubout at all.
25years

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