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Pilot Training

COMMERCIAL PILOT TRAINING (CPL/PPL/ATPL)

Being a pilot is one of the most adventurous jobs on the planet. PTC Aviation Academy will guide you in every step. We offer flight training to those who want to advance their pilot qualifications at an affordable price, which will help you attain your license and give your flying career a kick start. It’s time to open your wings and explore nature like a Falcon. Pilot training is not as easy as you think. You must undergo lots of theory & practical classes to become an industry-ready pilot.

Eligibility Criteria:

Qualification: Minimum Class XII (With Maths, Physics).

Basic Prerequisites for CPL :

  •  You must complete Class XII under the 10+2 system or its equivalent with a minimum of 50 percent marks in Maths and physics.
  •  You must be at least 16 years of age to be eligible for a Student Pilot License and 17 for a Commercial Pilot License.
  •  You should have a keen interest in Flying.
  •  General physical fitness under Class II is mandatory. You must be free of any disease that can hamper normal function.
  •  For General Physical fitness of Class II, Doctors/Examiners will be referred by PTC Aviation.
  •  You must possess extraordinary communication skills.
  •  Physical Fitness & Eyesight is very important.
  •  Should take emotional decisions with great confidence, because hundreds of passengers’ lives are in your hand

PTC WILL TRAIN ON A CONCEPT BASIS, WITH GOOD INFRASTRUCTURE CLASS ALONG WITH DGCA MATERIALS  AND QUESTIONS, SO THAT YOU CAN CLEAR ALL 4 PAPERS.

SUBJECTS ARE:

  •  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

FLYING TRAINING

INDIA

AUTHORITY BOARDREQUIRED CPL HOURS
APPROX TIME DURATION


EXAMS
ELIGIBILITY
RTR REQUIREMENTS

DGCA-DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION

200 HOURS

2-3 YEARS

REGULATIONS
METEOROLOGY
NAVIGATION
TECHNICAL

18 YEARS
CLASS 1 MEDICAL FITNESS
EXAMS COMPLETED
10TH +2 WITH MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS

RTR REQUIRED

USA

AUTHORITY BOARDREQUIRED CPL HOURS
APPROX TIME DURATION


EXAMS
ELIGIBILITY
RTR REQUIREMENTS
FAA-
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION


250 HOURS (PART 61)

190 HOURS (PART 141)


6-10 MONTHS

FAA PPL
FAA IR
FAA CPL

18 YEARS,
FAA CLASS 2 MEDICAL
READ WRITE AND SPEAK THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
THEORETICAL EXAMS COMPLETED

RTR REQUIRED

SOUTH AFRICA

AUTHORITY BOARDREQUIRED CPL HOURS
APPROX TIME DURATION


EXAMS
ELIGIBILITY
RTR REQUIREMENTS
SACAA

SOUTH AFRICA CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY

200 HOURS


12-18 MONTHS

METEOROLOGY
FLIGHT PLANNING
RADIO AIDS
NAVIGATION
INSTRUMENT
AIR LA W
HUMAN PERFORMANCE
AIRCRAFT TECHNICAL
18 YEARS
PPL AND NIGHT RATING
THEORETICAL EXAM PASS
MEDICAL PASS

RTR NOT REQUIRED

NEW ZEA LAND

AUTHORITY BOARDREQUIRED CPL HOURS
APPROX TIME DURATION


EXAMS
ELIGIBILITY
RTR REQUIREMENTS
CAA NZ

CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY OF NEW ZEALAND

200 HOURS

12-18 MONTHS

NAVIGATION
METEOROLOGY
AVIATION LAW
AIRCRAFT TECHNOLOGY
PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT
HUMAN PERFORMANCE
18 YEARS
CLASS 1 MEDICAL
NIGHT EXPERIENCE AND PPL
THEORETICAL EXAMS COMPLETED

RTR NOT REQUIRED

AUSTRALIA

AUTHORITY BOARDREQUIRED CPL HOURS
APPROX TIME DURATION


EXAMS
ELIGIBILITY
RTR REQUIREMENTS
CASA-

CIVIL AVIATION SAFETY AUTHORITY

200 HOURS
(FULL COURSE)

150 HOURS (INTEGRATED)


12 MONTHS
HUMAN PERFORMANCE
NAVIGATION
METEOROLOGY
AERODYNAMICS
FLIGHT RULES AND AIR LAW
PERFORMANCE AND FLIGHT PLANNING
AIRCRAFT GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

18 YEARS OF AGE
PPL
READ WRITE AND SPEAK IN ENGLISH
MEDICAL CERTIFICATE
COMPLETE EXAMS

RTR NOT REQUIRED

CANADA

AUTHORITY BOARDREQUIRED CPL HOURS
APPROX TIME DURATION


EXAMS
ELIGIBILITY
RTR REQUIREMENTS
TC

TRANSPORT CANADA

200 HOURS


12 MONTHS


AIR LAW
NAVIGATION
METEOROLOGY
AERONAUTICS
THEORY OG FLIGHT
FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS
FLIGHT OPERATIONS
HUMAN PERFORMANCE


CATEGORY 1 MEDICAL
18 YEARS OF AGE
COMPLETE EXAMS

RTR NOT REQUIRED

PILOT COURSE- FAQ

1) What are the eligibility criteria to join the CPL course?

Educational Qualification: Pass in 10+2(or equivalent) with Mathematics and Physics.

Age: 17 years completed.

Medical: Medical fitness as per DGCA standard.

2) What is the upper age limit to join the aviation industry as a pilot?

Generally, airlines prefer pilots between 18 to 35 years of age, however, if you have flying experience and you are below the age of 60 years, you may still join.

3) Can “commerce or arts” students join the CPL course?

A student, who has passed 10+2 from a recognized Board with Commerce or Arts subjects, should undergo a bridge course in 10+2 with mathematics and physics from a recognized Board, to become eligible for CPL. ( +2 Maths, Physics exam, you can write through NOIS-for more details contact PTC office).

4) What is the minimum height to join the CPL -program?

No minimum height is prescribed. The individual has to obtain a cockpit check certified to manipulate controls and he should have an unobstructed view of the outside, as required by the aviation medical examiners.

5) What is the eyesight one must have? Are glasses permissible?

As per DGCA Medical standards, eyesight should be correctable to 6/6. Glasses are permissible.

6) What are the job prospects in India?

With the introduction of low-cost airlines in the open skies of India and the Asian Region. There is an anticipated demand for over 1000 -2000 qualified pilots in the next 5 years.

7) Can my parents monitor my training progress?

Yes, the PTC will send the performance Report of each student to the parents. ( parents and students can Download the PTC app) for the type of updates.

8) What is DGCA?

Directorate General of Civil Aviation (D.G.C.A.) is a statutory authority under the Ministry of Civil Aviation that issues certificates of airworthiness and licensing of personnel in India. It is the authority to issue licenses to pilots and has many other roles to oversee issues and the effective functioning of air transportation in India.

9) How is the life of an Airline Pilot?

Legally, pilots are restricted to flying certain hours daily, weekly, monthly, and annually, Rest period is mandatory for the airline, pilot law, and airlines closely ensure compliance.

10) What is the package of an Airline Pilot?

Approximate 1 lakh for First officer and 3+ for Captains based on seniority. Along with allowances when flying international routes.

11) What is Type Rating?

A Type rating is an authorization entered on or associated with a pilot’s license and forming part thereof, stating his privileges or limitations pertaining to a certain aircraft type. In simple words u get type rated on a B737 you cannot fly an A320 or vice versa.) What is Type Rating?

12) How does this Ground Training Course program help in PPL and CPL? Can we need to prepare for the exam ourselves?

The candidate can either choose PPL or CPL. Regardless, he/she has to go through four Ground subjects which are – AIR NAVIGATION, TECHNICAL GENERAL, AIR METEOROLOGY, and AIR REGULATIONS. And these 4 subjects will be really helpful throughout your entire career.

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