Commercial Pilot Training(CPT) – Institutes, Subjects, CPL, PPL, DGCA Examination

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Subjects In CPL Examination :-

  • Meteorology
  • Navigation
  • Human Factors
  • FR & Air Law
  • Aerodynamics
  • Op, Performance & Flight Planning
  • AGK

A candidate may attempt any of the 7 subjects, in any order of his/her preference.

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Pass Marks :-

The pass marks for the CPL exams are 70%, except for the Flight Rules and Air Law exam where it is 80%.

Therefore candidates are strongly advised not to attempt any subject exam until they have undertaken comprehensive and satisfactory aeronautical knowledge training, required by the respective aeronautical knowledge syllabus. It is each candidate’s responsibility to plan their studies and exams accordingly.

PPL :-

Private Pilot License(PPL) authorizes a person to non-commercially fly aircrafts. Additionally, PPL licensee can also fly at night with night and instrument ratings. A candidate has to pass the examination conducted by DGCA in ground subjects and have a minimum of 40 flying hours to get this license.

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DGCA Examination :-

People who fantisizes to fly a plane or a helicopter, can have their dream come true after applying for DIRECTOR GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION(DGCA) examination.

Flying is the hobby of many individuals and thus, it requires guts to pursue it. And hence, PPL is also required to pursue this passion.

Eligibilities (PPL) :-

  • You must have passed class X with Maths & Physics as compulsary subjects.
  • Age required is 16 years.
  • Medical certificate is also mandatory.
  • One should pass the aptitude test conducted by the Institute.
  • Duration of course – 6 months.
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Learn  more about examinations related to CPT.

Overall Cost :-

CPL – Rs.12.5 Lakh (approx.)

PPL – Rs.5 Lakh (approx.)

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