A Course in Pilot Training is for those candidates seeking a career in aviation. The course is divided into two parts: Ground Training and Flight Training.
Aviation continues to be a growing industry. A number of careers are open to licensed pilots. A course may be a giant step towards employment with large commercial airlines or charter operators.
• Age 18 years or above
• Qualification 10+2 (Physics & Maths) or any equivalent degree
• Class II & Class I Medical Certificate
• DGCA 5 Papers
• Flying 200 Hours
• RTR ( A )
This theoretical training which takes 95 days followed by internal BWA examinations which will thoroughly prepare you to attempt for DGCA exams.
In case if students wish to take a refresher class, they will be given a chance to attend along with the next batch on
SPL is the very first license which can lead the candidate to a flourishing Commercial Pilot.
The Candidate has to complete 200 Hours (Two hundred hours) of flight time for obtaining the Commercial Pilot’s License.
CPL is the basic license for an individual aspiring to become a professional Pilot. However, most airlines recruit pilots, who have an endorsement of Multi E
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