Commercial Pilot Training: Now we have a new passionating and the most admired career opportunity, the ‘Pilot Training Course’. The dream of thousand kids, to become a pilot someday, to fly high in life by obtaining Pilot Training Course.
Pilot Training Course:-
If you want to travel the world, have a working office in the sky (20,000 feet above the ground), want to be the part of a global family made up of extraordinary people, and one that will embrace, encourage and support you throughout your entire career then, pilot training course is best for you!
- One must complete Class XII (10+2 system) with a minimum of 50 per cent marks in English, Mathematics and Physics.
- You must be at least 16 years of age to apply for a Student Pilot License (SPL), 17 for a Private Pilot License (PPL), and 18 for a Commercial Pilot License (CPL).
- You must be physically fit, meaning thereby, free from any disease.
- Examination will be conducted by local Aviation authority to test your hearing, eyesight, coordination, and overall health
- CPL Course Duration – 15-18 months
- PPL Course Duration – 6-7 months
NOTE: Course duration (CPL, SPL, PPL) depends on the type of Institute you choose.
List of Institutes for Obtaining License for Pilot Training Course –
GATI (Government Aviation Training Institute) is known for its most effective and advanced ground training for all the young budding professionals in the Indian aviation industry.
GATI offers the following courses:-
- Commercial Pilot License
- Student Pilot License
- Private Pilot License
- Night Rating
- Instrument Rating
- Patter Flying
- Hobby Flying
IGIA has tied up with flying schools in USA, Europe, Canada, New Zealand and Australia to offer the best and the most competitive flight training to the aspiring pilot training course candidates.
DGCA Examination –
Directorate General of Civil Aviation is the Indian governmental regulatory body for civil aviation under the Ministry of Civil Aviation. DGCA has currently 14 offices in different states of India – Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kochi, Bhopal, Lucknow, Patna, Bhubaneswar, Kanpur, Guwahati and Patiala.
Wannabe pilots will soon be able to give Directorate General of Civil Aviation on demand, meaning whenever they wish to do so. India is the world’s fastest growing aviation market.
Other Information (DGCA Exam) –
- Abusive behavior in exam centers will not be tolerated.
- All examination material such as rough work sheets must be returned to the Supervisor on completion of the exam.
- Candidates are required to bring their respective Admit Card for the purpose of appearing in examination.
- Proof of identity (any one) such as Passport, Voter ID, AADHAAR, 10th Marksheet, etc. will be shown while entering the examination center.
- No candidate shall be allowed to logon in the exam 30 minutes after the start of the exam.
- Misbehaviour or use of unfair means in the examination venue, is not allowed.
- Cell phones, Electronic diaries or any other electronic device is not allowed inside the examination hall.
- Visit official website of DGCA for more information.