The Pilot & the Responsibilities !!!

As you know, Pilots are the key person responsible for the operation of an aircraft. In addition to that, he has to ensure the safety of the passengers, crew members, and all flight decisions, once in the air. However, its the safety of the plane and passengers is his first and foremost priority. The pilot makes all the final decisions about anything that occurs during the flight. 

In conclusion, the job of the pilot requires skills of very high value and is very specialized. Therefore, to be a commercial pilot one requires extensive knowledge of Air Navigation, how to lead aircraft under extreme and adverse circumstances, interpretation of meteorological reports, operating electronic and mechanical controls and regulatory compliance.  

If you have always been fascinated by the dynamics of flying, aero planes and the science behind it, commercial pilot training is a right career choice for you. The pilot training course helps provide wings to your aspirations and dreams. Pilots are responsible for the operation of the aircraft, the safety of the passengers and crew members, and all flight decisions once in the air. their primary concern, however, is the safety of the plane and passengers. the pilot makes all final decisions about anything occurring during the flight.

The job of the pilot requires skills of very high value and is very specialized. To be a commercial pilot one requires extensive knowledge of air navigation, how to lead aircraft under extreme and adverse circumstances, interpretation of meteorological reports, operating electronic and mechanical controls.  Since a pilot is responsible for the lives of many passengers, it is necessary for them to have discipline, patience, commitment, punctuality and an adaptability to follow a difficult time schedule.

STEPS IN YOUR FLYING CAREER

PILOT MEDICALS

Class 2 & Class 1 Medicals

GROUND TRAINING

Prepare for your Theory Exams

Flight Training

Fly for 200 Hours

Career Streams

Do the ratings & start your career

TYPES OF PILOTS LICENSE


In simple terms, a Pilots License or Pilot Certificate, allows a person to be able to fly an aircraft. This is similar to a drivers license allowing you to drive a vehicle. Pilots License are mainly classified into Fixed Wing (Aeroplane) & Rotor Wing (Helicopter), where DGCA subjects pilots to specific rules and limitations depending on the category or rating.

Student Pilot License PPL

If you are a hobbyist and need a pilot license for passion, PPL will be enough !

Private Pilot License PPL

If you are a hobbyist and need a pilot license for passion, PPL will be enough !

Commercial Pilot License CPL

If you want to become a airline pilot or fly for money, go for CPL !

Airline Transport Pilot License

This is an advanced licensed required after having experience to become the captain of an airliner

Eligibility Criteria

If you don’t have Physics & Maths in 10+2 you have an option of doing these two subjects from National Institute of Open Schooling’s On-Demand Examinations and can still start your Pilot training course. Visit www.nios.ac.in for details

Pilot Ground Classes & Exam Preparations

Our Pilot ground subject training is powered by specially crafted curriculum which not only enrich the cadets in theoretical knowledge to pass DGCA exams, but also train the cadet to excel in their career growth. Classes are lead by highly experienced senior captains and industry experts. Ground Training are conducted at our training facilities in Trivandrum, Kerala and Dwarka Sector 7, New Delhi. On successful completion of the Ground Training, the next step is flight training, we have partnered with top flight training organizations for providing quality training for our cadets.

Learn To Fly
Earn Your Wings !!!

On asking flying enthusiasts, what is that excites her/him the most about the course, the commonly received answer was, the “thrill” of it. Indeed the thrill and adrenaline are legitimate by products of flying a plane and almost everyone wants to come out of the training school as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell but to get there, you have to take yourself through months of rigorous training and clock in enough hours to even get a license and proceed through the levels. 

There are four types of pilot license in which Commercial Pilot License or in short CPL is a type of pilot license that one requires to act as a pilot of a commercial aircraft and be paid for his/her work. Earning a Commercial Pilot License, requires you to meet certain conditions as set by Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).

Our Flight Training Locations

South Africa

New Zealand

USA

Canada

ENDORSEMENT FOR PILOTS

Additional Training for Pilots

Instrumental Rating - IR

Night Rating - NR

Multi Engine Rating - MER

CFI Instrument

Type Rating

Flight Instructor Rating

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