Course Duration – 3 Months

For acquiring a Commercial Pilot License (CPL), the subjects to clear depend upon the individual’s decision to fly in India or Abroad. If you decide to fly in India then you shall have to clear written exams and One Written Viva Examination, which are Navigation, Technical, Air Regulation, Meteorology and Radio Telephonic. If you decide to fly abroad, then you only need to clear Navigation, Air Regulation, Meteorology and Radio Telephony in the case of CPL.

This page will highlight the details to become a pilot.

  • Eligibility
  • Medicals
  • Computer number
  • Subject details & flying

The flow chart given below will clear all your doubts:

Eligibility

For the eligibility part, you need to have Physics and Maths so the Science stream is preferred and if you are not from the science stream then you can appear for Maths or Physics from the regular university or from National Institute of Open University (NIOS). Once you have cleared these exams, then you will be eligible to pursue CPL.

DGCA Medical Checkup

You need to do the medicals to check whether you are medically fit to become a pilot.

1) Get class II medicals done
2) wait for assessment of medical results from DGCA
3) on receipt of assessment; you can go for Class 1 medicals.
4) Join ALPS

Please carry the following for Class II medicals

  1. Three passport size color photographs
  2. Tenth class passing certificate
  3. Copy of Aadhar card

We have a tie up with an internationally renowned Aeromedical specialist with more than 40 years of experience in the field of Aviation medicine. He also has a proven record of accomplishment in dealing with flight crew, Aeromedical issues while building and leading high-performance medical teams.

Contact Dr.Surendra Sodhi, MD MED.MD aviation medicine consultant #8454850719 for medical checkup. He is an approved doctor from DGCA.

Computer Number

To get the computer number you have to do verification for the 10th and 12th standardmark sheets from their respective boards for computer number. You also need to get police clearance certificate to obtain the computer number. Our team will help you for the verification number and police clearance letter by guiding and issuing the necessary letter from the institute.

For DGCA computer number you require the following:

  1. 10th and 12th mark sheet
  2. 10th and 12th marksheet verification
  3. ID proof
  4. Address proof
  5. Police clearance certificate

Once you have done the medical, computer number and the police clearance letter, then the next step is to upload the photo and signature on DGCA Udaan website- (http://dgca.nic.in/admit/Guidelines_IssueXV(May%202017).pdf) and once its approved then you can decide about the ground class and the flying part.

CPL Subject Details

For acquiring a Commercial Pilot License (CPL), the subjects to clear depend upon the individual’s decision to fly in India or Abroad. If you decide to fly in India then you shall have to clear written exams and One Written Viva Examination, which are Navigation, Technical, Air Regulation, Meteorology and Radio Telephonic. If you decide to fly abroad, then you only need to clear Navigation, Air Regulation, Meteorology and Radio Telephony in the case of CPL.

The flow chart given below will clear all your doubts:

A) Air Navigation

The process of accurately ascertaining one’s position, planning and following a route accurately to reach your planned destination. Since ages, Navigation has always been of utmost importance.This section of Navigation includes:

This section of Navigation includes:

  1. Understanding of all the Nav-aids used to take an airplane from point A to B.
  2. All the instruments in the Cockpit as well as covers a lot about General Navigation (how to plan routes).
  3. Sub-subjects like General Navigation, Radio Aids, Flight Instruments, Performance; Flight Planning make up for the Navigation Theory.

B) Air Meteorology

This subject deals with the Science concerned with the process of weather buildup in the atmosphere. After all, safety is of prime concern for every pilot & what better way to know about all the beautiful as well as dangerous activities happening in the atmosphere. Sub-subjects like Aviation Meteorology, Indian Climatology etc. will be covered for Air Meteorology theory.

C) Technical

A pilot is also expected to have a clear understanding of the concepts involved in the making of the airframe and its parts. Thus, a thorough knowledge of the systems and structural performance is necessary requisite, be it from getting a job perspective or for clearing the regulatory exams!

Technical covers all parameters that make an aircraft what it is. From the thrust producing jet engines to propeller powered piston engines, important to know the how about these power producing machines.The sub-subjects covered are Technical Principles of flight, Engines, Electrical system, hydraulics, Aircraft system, Aerodynamics, Aircraft Instruments, etc.

We also teach you all the aspects covered under technical thus increasing your stock of knowledge when it comes to the beasts that fly in the world of commercial aviation within the time stipulated by the competitive age of commercial aviation.

D) Radio Telephony

With ever-increasing air traffic covering our skies, the need for skilled RT operators is on the rise. With CPL one needs an Indian Radio Telephony Course to get the job.

We make it easy for our students to clear RT and acquire the license with our well-researched curriculum and experienced, we cover entire syllabus systematically, where we teach transmission techniques for part 1 and technical subjects for part 2 in depth with examination point of you.

E) Air Regulation
This subject deals with the standardization procedures, laws and conventions relating to Aviation industry

  • ICAO documents and Regulation
  • Aircraft Rules and Regulation
  • AIC
  • AIP
  • ATC Flight Plan

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