Pilot Training (Commercial Pilot Licence)
Pilot Training (Commercial Pilot Licence)
GROUND TRAINING SYLLABUS
- Aircraft Act, 1934 – Chapter I, Section Short title and extent, definitions, power to detain aircraft, penalty for act in contravention of rules made under the act, penalty for flying so as to cause danger.
- Aircraft Rules, 1937.
- rules of the air.
- appropriate air traffic services practices and procedures.
Aircraft General Knowledge
- Principles of operation and functioning of aeroplane power plants, systems and instruments.
- Operating limitations of appropriate aeroplanes and power plants; relevant operational information from the flight manual or other appropriate document.
- Use and serviceability checks of equipment and systems of appropriate aeroplanes
- Maintenance procedures for airframes, systems and power plants of appropriate aeroplanes
Flight Performance and Planning
- Effects of loading and mass distribution on aeroplane handling, flight characteristics and performance; mass and balance calculations
- Use and practical application of take-off, landing and other performance data.
- Pre-flight and en-route flight planning appropriate to operations under VFR; preparation and filing of air traffic services flight plans; appropriate air traffic service procedures, position reporting procedures; altimeter setting procedures; operations in areas of high density traffic.
Human Performance and Limitations
- Human performance and limitations relevant to the commercial pilot- aeroplanes
- Interpretation and application of aeronautical meteorological reports, charts and forecasts, use of, and procedures for obtaining, meteorological information, pre-flight and in-flight; altimetry.
- Aeronautical meteorology; climatology of relevant areas in respect of the elements having an effect upon aviation; the movement of pressure systems, the structure of fronts and the origin and characteristics of significant weather phenomenon which affect take-off, en-route and landing conditions; hazardous weather avoidance.
- Air navigation, including the use of aeronautical charts, instruments and navigation aids; an understanding of the principles and characteristics of appropriate navigation systems; operation of airborne equipment; practical aspects of air navigation and dead reckoning techniques.
- Practical air navigation using radio navigation aids.
- Use, accuracy and reliability of navigation systems used in departure enroute, approach and landing phases of flight; identification of radio navigation aids.
- Use of aeronautical documentation such as AIP, NOTAM, aeronautical codes, abbreviations and instrument procedure charts for departure, en-route, descent and approach.
- Appropriate precautionary and emergency procedures; safety practices associated with flight under IFR.
- Action to be taken to avoid hazardous weather, wake turbulence and other operating hazards.
- Principles of Flight.
Principles of flight relating to aeroplanes
Radio Telephony Radiotelephony procedures and phraseology as applied to VFR and IFR operations; action to be taken in case of communication failure.
If you belong to the sky, come to IGIA, the aviation specialist for more than 12 years for the Pilot courses that provides the wind to your wings and aspirations. The sky has just got wider with the opening up of national and international sky routes.
The demand for the pilot license holders is again growing stronger and the aspirants can now actually see their dreams flying to reality. IGIA, with its specialisation in aviation and extensive experience in national and international pilot training is among a selected few in India and is proving to be a perfect launch pad for pilots with its International associations for the best possible Pilot training.
The job of a pilot is a highly specialised one. It requires knowledge of air navigation, interpretation of meteorological reports, operating sophisticated electronic and mechanical controls, leading the aircraft under adverse circumstances, and being a leader to the flight crew and passengers under climatic and other emergency situations.
You will be responsible for the passengers, the crew and the aircraft. Hence you must have discipline, patience, responsibility, punctuality, commitment and self-confidence.
- LecturesAverage 300
- QuizzesMinimum 200 hours
- Duration12-18 Months
- StudentsMax 15
- Skill levelMulti-engine / Instrument Rating / Night Rating
- AssessmentsExams conducted by respective country’s aviation Authority
At IGIA the aspiring pilots can expect to receive the best guidance for the pilot's License Conversion Examination conducted by DGCA, Govt. of India, at the lowest possible cost with the advantage of being taught by the professionals holding the licenses from DGCA who readily share their experiences with the students that enriches them and come handy in their overall performance.
Students who want to fly for recreation/hobby can do PPL (Private Pilot License) for which they need to be 10th Pass with at least 50 % marks.
DURATION: 1 Year (Approx.)
10+2 or its equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in Mathematics and Physics. (If you don’t have Physics & Maths in 10+2 you have an option of doing these two subjects from National Institute of Open Schooling’s On-Demand Examinations and can still start your Pilot training course. Visit www.nios.ac.in for details)
A Class II Medical (Indian) with fitness certificate from designated medical practitioner.Please note for issue of CPL License Class I Medical would be necessary.
At least 16 years of age to start pilot training. Vision in one eye must be perfect. (6/6 eyesight) In the other eye, you could have an imperfection of 6/9, which must be correctable to 6/6. You must be free of any disease that can hamper normal function.
Pilot Training comprises of two parts. Ground Training and Flying Training!
Ground Training covers the theory subjects of Air Regulations, Aviation Meteorology, Air Navigation, Aircraft Technical Subjects and RTR(A). (The detailed syllabus is mentioned in the Curriculum link above) These subjects are to be studied and the exams of the same conducted by DGCA are to be passed by the CPL candidates.
The Flying Training
The Candidate has to complete 200 Hours (Two hundred hours) of flight time for obtaining the Commercial Pilot’s License. This flight time includes:
- One hundred hours of flight time as Pilot-in-Command.
- Twenty hours of cross-country flight time as Pilot-in-Command.
- Ten hours of instrument time.
- Five hours of flight time by night.
We offer flying training at the best equipped and the best flying facilities in India where you can complete your Pilot Training in most professional way within due time. To request information please an email to – firstname.lastname@example.org
We have also forged international associations with some of the best and highly reputed flying clubs across the world to arrange the Pilot Training abroad in the shortest possible time and at a reasonable cost. Our associations have been formed after a due diligence with the sole aim to help you chart out a plan specific to your situation and requirements.
Look out below to find the world’s best pilot training details in North America, Europe and Australasia.
IGIA offers flight training in Texas and Florida in USA.
CPL+ IR + ME + CFI+ Degree Program + Job PackageIGIA also offers Professional Pilot programs combined with a Degree program in USA. Studying for a Degree program as an international student allows you to experience college life in the United States as well as giving the opportunity to work as a flight instructor in the United States after completing the program. Graduates of this program approved for OPT could obtain a Commercial Multi with Instrument, CFI, and up to 1200 hours of total time after three years (2 years studying, 1 year working). The two year Professional Pilot Program includes the following courses for students:
- Private License
- Instrument Rating
- Commercial Single Engine
- Commercial Multi Engine
- Certified Flight Instructor and Flight Instructor – Instrument
Upon graduation, you are eligible for up to one year of work in the United States as flight instructors. This is called Optional Practical Training (OPT) under an F-1 visa. This allows you to build the flight hours and experience airlines are looking for! You can build up to 1200 hours of total time by instructing for up to a year, allowing graduates to return home ready to apply for the airlines.
This program offers guaranteed flight instructor job interview on its successful completion. The F-1 Visa also allows you to work while you study in USA.To request information email – email@example.com
The honest, detail oriented, rules and law abiding people of Canada are warm and welcoming and have developed one of the best facilities for the flight training in world. Their well-structured pilot training programs are highly respected the world over. The highly competitive and low Canadian Dollar has resulted in the pilot training to be very cost effective. This low cost and a favourable work option makes Canada among the top desired places to pursue the flight training.
- The Canadian License is one of the world's most widely recognized.
- Canadian flight training standards are considered to be among the highest worldwide.
- A large aviation industry provides experienced flight instructors with wide aviation background.
- Entry level flying positions are readily and broadly available.
- Welcoming with Post graduate work permits.
- Exposure to all challenging weather conditions makes you confident to fly in all kind of weathers.
CPL+ IR + ME + CFI+ Job PackageIGIA offers pilot training in Canada in British Columbia and Montreal. A lot of aspiring pilots choose to train in Canada for some certain advantages of flight training there. The favourable rate of exchange of Canadian dollar to INR has resulted in the fee being even lower than India and the students who meet certain requirements may also get an opportunity to get a PR (Permanent Residency) in Canada at a later stage.
This program offers guaranteed flight instructor job interview on its successful completion.
We offer European pilot training in Spain and Lithuania through our highly respected and reputed flying schools.
We also offer Airline Programs and Airline Cadet Programs in Europe as and when available.To request information email – firstname.lastname@example.org
CPL+ IR + ME + CFI+ Job PackageThe aspiring pilots can be offered the job package when available in New Zealand.
This program offers guaranteed flight instructor job interview on its successful completion.To request information email – email@example.com
With the high reputation of a CASA pilot license, you can rest assured the wings you start flapping in Australia can take you to the skies of the world. You will benefit from extremely well structured courses, designed to maximise the effectiveness of learning, and therefore minimise the number of flying hours students require to achieve the standard of a commercial pilot. The Pre-Requisites for the course in Australia are:
- A current Class 1 Australian Medical
- Unless secondary school has been conducted in English, an IELTS overall score of 6.5. (either academic or general assessments)
- At least 18 years of age
- Successfully completed Year 12 (applicants will be required to provide a Senior Secondary Certificate of Education) or successfully completed a Vocational or Higher Education qualification of at least a Certificate IV which was taught in English
To request information email – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Cover almost all courses of IGIA
- Include tuition fees, books cost, hostel fees
- Speedy disposal of loan applications.
- Lectures 1
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 1 Year
- Skill level All level
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Self
Instructors are the foundation of the whole IGIA and we lay special emphasis to have experienced and empathetic trainers with wide exposure in the industry. The trainers specially aim to inspire and bring out the best in you. You will have following instructors for respective courses.1. Cabin Crew Course has the following instructor to cover the syllabus.
- Cabin Crew Services
- Air Ticketing
- First Aid
- Personality Development
- Aviation Airport Ground Services
- Personality Development
- Chief Flight Instructors
- Ground School Instructors
- Air Ticketing
- Personality Development
5. Aviation English uses the latest technologies for imparting online courses which have been designed in consultation with the industry stalwarts. The classroom part takes the services of experienced trainers well versed in English and exposure to the Aviation industry.