Commercial Pilot LicenseAdvanced Aviation India
NZ$ 8,000 - (Rs 3,89,404)
Frequent Asked Questions
Minimum requirements for entry: 10+2 certificate - preferably with passes in Mathematics and Physics English Language ability to IELTS Level 6 (or recognised equivalent) Minimum 18 years of age
Our continuous training programme allows you to start your training at any stage of the year, with minimal admission delays. Our Theory Courses are tried and tested in New Zealand and we have consistently achieved excellent pass rates. We liaise closely with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to ensure that all aspects of the training syllabus are covered without compromise.
Important: The theory side of obtaining a CPL is very important and one that we take very seriously. Our theory courses have been carefully designed to take students with no previous aviation experience, from the basics through to Commercial Pilot examination standard. Our courses are designed with a practical approach, which is supported by the use of detailed study workbooks for each subject.
There is no "easy" way to study the flight theory subjects, but our instructors will help you achieve the knowledge and understanding you will require not only for your exams, but for the rest of your flying career.
Completed Theory School courses represent excellent value in the long term. Good understanding of flight theory will help make you a better pilot while minimising expensive delays and repetition in your flying training program.
The theory course in Bangalore is 13 weeks duration at a cost of NZD8,000 and a student can start at any time.
The practical flight training is undertaken in New Zealand at an additional cost of NZD60,000 for the CPL(Aeroplane) or NZD85,000 for the CPL(Helicopter)
Travel costs to/from NZ, accommodation and other living expenses both in India and NZ are not included in the above prices and must be budgeted for separately by the student