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PILOT: CPL Ground Course
CPL comprises of 2 parts
ie Ground Classes and Flying Training. While flying training gives that edge to the entire programme which involves actual feel of the cockpit , its the ground subjects which are lengthy and demands dedication and focus. DGCA allows multiple attempts to clear the ground school subjects, with each new attempt coming up in a time interval of 3 months. However, the duration of your CPL Course is directly proportional to the time you take to clear the ground subjects exam.
a well structured guidance from experienced pilots will not help you to clear the subjects in a shorter period of time, it will also help you in developing a better insight of the aviation field you are going to make a career in .You can enrol for DGCA CPL exam preparation / Ground classes for DGCA exams with us, for enrolment call us on 72000 15600: Chennai / 805000 5078 :BLR
we offer ground school training for following 6 subjects:-
You must complete Class XII under the 10 2 system or its equivalent with a minimum of 50 per cent marks in maths and physics.
Your vision in one eye must be perfect. General physical fitness is mandatory. You must be free of any disease that can hamper normal function.
You need to complete the requisite number of hours, clear written papers and the medical examination.
You need 70 percent marks to pass in each of these papers. You can keep appearing until you clear them.
|Preferred Timing||10 - 4pm|
|Course Duration||6 Months|
|Course Type||Full Time|
|No Of Persons||10|
|Education Qualification||minimum +2 / DEG|
Airline Dispatcher or flight operations officer)
assists in planning flight paths, taking into account aircraft performance and loading, Enroute winds, thunderstorm and turbulence forecasts, airspace restrictions, and airport conditions. Dispatchers also provide a flight following service and advise pilots if conditions change. They usually work in the operations center of the airline
A dispatcher must be certified by the aviation authority of the country in which they operate or have a base of operations, such as the DGCA in India and the FAA/DOT in USA
What is Flight dispatcher /aircraft dispatcher Job
Flight dispatcher: dispatchers are employed by airlines to manage the ground-based tasks vital to a successful airline flight.for this job, candidate must demonstrate extensive knowledge of meteorology and of aviation in general: A flight dispatcher (also known as an airline dispatcher or flight operations officer) assists in planning flight paths, taking into account aircraft performance and loading, enroute winds, thunderstorm and turbulence forecasts, airspace restrictions, and airport conditions.
Flight dispatchers are legally 50% responsible for the safety of every flight they dispatch. The pilot in command of the flight holds responsibility for the other 50%. A flight dispatcher has the legal authority to refuse to dispatch a flight if safety is in any way in question, as does the pilot in command. This is known as 'Co-Authority Dispatch'. Because commercial decision making in an airline can conflict with the safety of a flight, a flight dispatcher's responsibilities are kept separate from the commercial aspects of an airline's operation, and as such the profession is primarily focused on the safety of a flight; all other duties are secondary.
Flight dispatchers in a typical airline are generally responsible for overseeing anywhere from 10 to 25 flights simultaneously, . All the while dispatchers are also constantly planning new flights while monitoring current ones. Flight dispatchers are expected to have a big picture view of weather conditions, aircraft status, fuel planning, and other operational aspects of maintaining smooth airline operations.Course Content
Topics covered during the course includes Navigation, Meteorology, Flight Planning and Flight Monitoring, Air Law and Air Traffic Control, Principles of Flights, Aircraft System and Engines, Mass and Balance, Performance, , Airport and Airline Operational Procedures , Human performance and limitations
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