COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENCEAll India Institute of Aeronautics
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This program is for those who want to make career in the aviation field and want to be a pilot. If student aim is to become a pilot, student fundamental training & the school in which they get trained in matters a lot, It play a very important role in fulfillment their goal. Choosing the right institution is a significant decision for student to make flying a career. At this institute student will get the knowledge about the flying procedure, it includes the fundamental aerodynamics principle. As the airline of the world fly added & more complicated aircrafts, they will require the best from their pilot. The training student received in this institute will be obvious not only in student’s note book but also in students skill & professional standard.
The eligibility for the student to get into this program is that they should be 12th pass with science PM and they should be 17 years old and meets the medical criteria.
The students should be medically fit to fulfill the required standard according to the Director General of Civil Aviation, as tested by Approved medical official.
*Student appears for 12th examination is also eligible.
*Students passed in Arts or Commerce will also be measured on their consents & agreeing to appeared for two isolate that includes Physics & Mathematics.
*Subject of the Physics & Mathematics examination to meet the prerequisite of the Government of India through the board or univ.
PPL or CPL program is planned to meet the necessities of syllabus set under the rules 1937 of DGCA Govt. of India. The CPL program is a package program & includes contents of license exams required to become a professional pilots it includes i) Student pilots ii) Private Pilots License iii) Commercial Pilots License IV) COP/RTR (A)/FRTOL.
Student will get the training for DGCA exam in the following topics as required.
(1) Air regulations
*Aerodrome searches & rescues
*Rules concern Air Transmission, Customs etc.
*Knowledge of communications & navigational facility.
*Rule of the air, Airspace organizations
*Aerodromes & lighting.
(2) Air Navigation, General & Flight Planning.
(3) Air Meteorology
*Fundamental Knowledge of aviations
*Weather code & plotting
*Elementary synoptic meteorology excluding interpretations.
(4) Aircraft and Engine
*Elementary Knowledge of designing, construction and maintenance.
*Operation of Aircrafts, engines, instrument and installation equipments.
*Fundamentals knowledge of fuel lubricant.
*Loading of Aircrafts, Weight distribution and its effect on flight features.
*Radio Telephone (COP/RTR) includes transmission & interpretation of Oral signal & operations of Radio telephonic apparatus on board the aircraft.
The whole pilot training program is divided into 2 parts, both having equivalent significance.
*Practical -Flight Trainings.
It is necessary to pass a written exam in the above-mentioned aeronautical or technical subjects to execute the requirements to experience flying training either in India or abroad.
In order to meet the criteria, as a professional pilot a student is required to experience training in 2 parts as explain previously & obtain the diverse pilots’ licenses, one after another as followed:
*Student pilots license (SPL) (Theory program) (in India only)
*RTR (A) or FRTOL or COP
*Private Pilots License (PPL) (Theory program + 40 hrs of flying experiences)
*Commercial Pilot’s License (CPL)(Theory program + total of 200 hrs of flying experiences)
PPL holder with a FRTO license can fly as pilots in command & carry passenger throughout India & abroad with proper permission. Further a PPL holders can experience training for CPL to becomes a professional pilot & joins as a pilot officers & work with on of the employer company like Air India Airline, Vayudoot, Coast Guards, ONGC agriculture aviations, Flight service of state government & other major industries, Private airline & of program hundreds of foreign airline. A pilot can also find job of aerial photography, aerial display or advertisement etc, or become a test pilots, check pilots or a pilot instructors & ground executives like Airport managers etc. Throughout the aviations world by conservative prediction there will be more than 96 percent of employment obtainable for the pilot license holder in domestic as well as international airline operating from India. Other venues for pilot are with private or corporate aircrafts owners, B.S.F & flight institutions.
Pilots are highly paid specialized when compared to employees in other area in India. Starting with a salary of Rs 40,000 /month approx up to 3.5 lakhs could be earned. In a short period of time, a pilot can be promote as co pilot & then to captain’s post where the wages are in the vary from1.5 lakhs to 3.5 lakhs per month depends on the airlines.
Flying cost extra of Rs. 15 lakhs or as per country norm. Flying training can be experience in India or abroad it includes Philippines, USA & Canada.