- Fastest Growing Field at aviation in world wide
- India to become 3RD LARGEST Market in aviation
- Unexplored career choice
- Highly paid Profession/li>
- Allows you to not take back any stress to your home once you complete your flying duty for that day
- Short duration course
- Well experienced Instructors and Trainers
GROUND TRAINING COURSE:
Ground Training for all 4 DGCA Exams, and also 1 Oral assessment conducted by WPC (Wireless Planning and Co-ordination wing) PTC WILL TRAIN IN CONCEPT BASIS, WITH GOOD INFRASTRUCTURE CLASS ALONG WITH EXACT DGCA METERIALS AND QUESTIONS, SO THAT YOU CAN CLEAR ALL 4 PAPER IN A SHORT SPAN OF 6 MONTHS.
- Aviation Meteorology = Study about weather and atmosphere conditions
- Air Navigation = Study about Art of routing and Radio instruments
- Air Regulation = Study about Rules of Air under Aircraft Act 1937
- Technical General = Study about Complete Aircraft, Engine, Performances
- RTR = Radio Telephony Restricted
The job of a pilot is a highly specialized one. It requires knowledge of air navigation, interpretation of meteorological reports, operating sophisticated electronic and mechanical controls, leading the aircraft under adverse circumstances, and being a leader to the flight crew and passengers under climatic and other emergency situations.
You are responsible for the passengers, the crew and the aircraft. Hence you must have discipline, patience, responsibility, punctuality, commitment and self-confidence. Additionally, a lot of hard work, stamina, alertness of mind, adaptability to follow difficult time schedules, and good team spirit is required. Emotional stability in crisis situations is another characteristic.
Do you have these attributes? If yes, what sort of training do you require? We list out the various options.
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PILOT Professional License
There are various exams, which must be progressively cleared before one can fly various aircrafts or be promoted to senior positions.
~ Student Pilot License (SPL)
This is an examination conducted by most flying clubs. It covers papers in Air Regulations, Aviation Meteorology, Air Navigation Air Technical. It is a theory exam.
Eligibility: You must be at least 16 years of age and have passed Class X.
Selection: Candidates going through Class II Medical Test at various centres. After medical clearance, candidates should go through 2/3 Months of Pilot Ground Training to acquire SPL in order to start Flying Training.
~ Private Pilot License (PPL with I/R)
After getting the SPL, you proceed, accompanied by the flying instructor, for initial flying training. This is a dual flight, where the instructor or trainer accompanies the learner to teach him/her the practical aspect of flying. Then the candidate gets his or her first independent (SOLO) flight normally after completion of various Flying Exercises.
~ Commercial Pilot License (CPL with Multi Engine I/R)
A student can get the CPL by doing his flying training for just 200 Hours. Training facilities are available with Top Flying Clubs in India. Eligibilty: Class XII (Maths,Physics and Chemistry).
Written exam: A test in the following subjects is needed for getting the CPL: Air Regulations, Aviation Meteorology, Air Navigation, Technical (GEN).