The Commercial Pilot Course

Birmi Flying Academy
In Patiala

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Important information

Typology Course
Location Patiala
  • Course
  • Patiala

Where and when
Starts Location
On request
Hanger No. 2, Civil Aerodrome, Sangrur Road, 147001, Punjab, India
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Starts On request
Hanger No. 2, Civil Aerodrome, Sangrur Road, 147001, Punjab, India
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Course programme

This training programme has been especially designed for the student's who are interested in becoming an airline pilot. This training programme is conducted on Cessna 172 & Piper Seneca II aircraft. After finishing the course of the Commercial Pilot Training students will have completed two hundred hours of flight and would have been skilled as per the Standards of DGCA Commercial Pilot, which are broadly known and appreciated in the world. Birmi Flying Academy offers detailed and person-to-person training to make you learn the skills you will be needing to enjoy the rights of your License.

This programme involves:

• One hundred and eighty five hrs on Cessna 172
• Fifteen Hrs. on Piper Seneca 2
• three hundred and fifty Hrs ground school as per DGCA accepted programme

Professional Pilot training will make you to qualify as a Commercial Pilot. Particular importance is given on cross country flying and latest commercial maneuvers and terminals airspace.

Land Papers
Applicant will be trained for DGCA exam in the below mentioned subjects along with to the PPL syllabus as needed.

• Air Rules:

Aerodrome search & rescue, rules related to air transmit, customs, health, knowledge of communication & navigational amenities.

• Air Navigation:
Theory and practical of navigation.

• Air Meteorology:

Fundamental training of aviation, weather codes & plotting, basic synoptic meteorology along with easy analysis of climate charts & meteorological actions linked with aviation.

• Airframe & Engines :

Common Rules & basic training of design, maintenance & operation of aircraft, engine, instruments, ancillary systems, construction, emergency systems, installations equipment, basic knowledge of fuel, loading of aircraft, lubricants weight sharing and its result on flight.

o Radio Telephony
Involves transmission & interpretation of auditory signal and operation of radio telephony equipment on board the aircraft
License conversion from DGCA License

A DGCA CPL is very much appreciated all through the world and also it is acknowledged in other nations you will have to change your DGCA license to fly in other nations. This is a quite straightforward way and generally includes theory particular to the nations related and other flight test.

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