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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:-

Aviation Meteorology

Air Navigation

Air Regulations

Technical General

Technical Specific

Radio Telephony

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Basic prerequisites


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.

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Service Locationsouth india
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No Of Persons10
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Do you want to become a commercial pilot? Then you first need to take Commercial Pilot License (CPL)

 

Commercial Pilot Course Eligibility

To become a Commercial Pilot one have to complete the Commercial Pilot Course and earn the Commercial Pilot License (CPL). The Basic eligibility criteria are given below -

  •   one should have passed 10+2 with Physics and Mathematics as subjects with minimum 50% marks from a recognised board/university.  One should also have to achieve some physical standards to become a Commercial Pilot like general physical fitness is mandatory with perfect vision (6/6 eyesight) at least from one eye

Course Duration for CPL

Including all the exams minimum flying hours, flying tests, written tests, etc. The course duration is a maximum of 18 months in most of the colleges. However, it may vary from college to college.

 

Job Profile of Commercial Pilot

In the cockpit of a plane, two pilots are there. The one with more experience is the captain and the other is the co-pilot. In some bigger aircraft, a third pilot who is known as the flight engineer also there. However, with automatic computerised monitoring systems now, almost every airline keeps only two pilots in one flight. 

 

Some other responsibilities of a commercial pilot are

  •   Check aircraft for its smooth functioning.
  •   To get informed about the weather condition of all the destinations en route.
  •   Keep an eye on speed, altitude and instrument flight rules.
  •   Take extreme care during take-off and landing.

Commercial Pilot Training in India.

In India, Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Government of India (DGCA) is the regulating authority of all the matters related to aviation in the country. It takes care of implementing, controlling, and supervising the standards, safety operations, and crew training in aviation in India. It also holds examinations for pilots, and grants flying licenses. 

 

Scope Of Commercial Pilot Training

Undoubtedly flying aircraft as a commercial pilot is one of the highest paying salary careers and benefits. The career prospects in this field are huge, it is a lucrative field for those who enjoy taking challenges. One can get jobs in any Domestic / International Airline like Air India,  Lufthansa, Jet Airways, Air Asia, IndiGo and many more

 

Job Profiles:

 

  •   Pilot
  •   Co-Pilot
  •   Captain
  •   Test Pilot

================

 

Commercial Pilot Salary in India

However, the salary of a Commercial Pilot in India depends upon the airline and one's flying experience.  the salary of a Commercial Pilot also increases gradually 1.5 L which can go up to 5-8 Lakh per month. Besides the salary, a Commercial Pilot gets attractive remunerations, incentives, provident fund, gratuity, medical facilities, and free/concessional air passage also. In some Private and Government-owned airlines, they may also get a range of benefits and allowances including housing facilities, medical expenses, and outstation allowances, as well as free/concessional air passages for their family members or dependents


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Do you want to become a commercial pilot? Then you first need to take Commercial Pilot License (CPL)

 

Commercial Pilot Course Eligibility

To become a Commercial Pilot one have to complete the Commercial Pilot Course and earn the Commercial Pilot License (CPL). The Basic eligibility criteria are given below -

  •  one should have passed 10+2 with Physics and Mathematics as subjects with minimum 50% marks from a recognised board/university.  One should also have to achieve some physical standards to become a Commercial Pilot like general physical fitness is mandatory with perfect vision (6/6 eyesight) at least from one eye

Course Duration for CPL

Including all the exams minimum flying hours, flying tests, written tests, etc. The course duration is a maximum of 18 months in most of the colleges. However, it may vary from college to college.

 

Job Profile of Commercial Pilot

In the cockpit of a plane, two pilots are there. The one with more experience is the captain and the other is the co-pilot. In some bigger aircraft, a third pilot who is known as the flight engineer also there. However, with automatic computerised monitoring systems now, almost every airline keeps only two pilots in one flight. 

 

Some other responsibilities of a commercial pilot are

  •  Check aircraft for its smooth functioning.
  •  To get informed about the weather condition of all the destinations en route.
  •  Keep an eye on speed, altitude and instrument flight rules.
  •  Take extreme care during take-off and landing.

Commercial Pilot Training in India.

In India, Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Government of India (DGCA) is the regulating authority of all the matters related to aviation in the country. It takes care of implementing, controlling, and supervising the standards, safety operations, and crew training in aviation in India. It also holds examinations for pilots, and grants flying licenses. 

 

Scope Of Commercial Pilot Training

Undoubtedly flying aircraft as a commercial pilot is one of the highest paying salary careers and benefits. The career prospects in this field are huge, it is a lucrative field for those who enjoy taking challenges. One can get jobs in any Domestic / International Airline like Air India,  Lufthansa, Jet Airways, Air Asia, IndiGo and many more

 

Job Profiles:

 

  •  Pilot
  •                  Co-Pilot
  •  Captain
  • Commuter Pilot
  •                 Test Pilot

================

 

Commercial Pilot Salary in India

However, the salary of a Commercial Pilot in India depends upon the airline and one''''s flying experience.  the salary of a Commercial Pilot also increases gradually 1.5 L which can go up to 5-8 Lakh per month. Besides the salary, a Commercial Pilot gets attractive remunerations, incentives, provident fund, gratuity, medical facilities, and free/concessional air passage also. In some Private and Government-owned airlines, they may also get a range of benefits and allowances including housing facilities, medical expenses, and outstation allowances, as well as free/concessional air passages for their family members or dependents

 

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Do you want to become a commercial pilot? Then you first need to take Commercial Pilot License (CPL)

 

Commercial Pilot Course Eligibility

To become a Commercial Pilot one have to complete the Commercial Pilot Course and earn the Commercial Pilot License (CPL). The Basic eligibility criteria are given below -

  •   one should have passed 10+2 with Physics and Mathematics as subjects with minimum 50% marks from a recognised board/university.  One should also have to achieve some physical standards to become a Commercial Pilot like general physical fitness is mandatory with perfect vision (6/6 eyesight) at least from one eye

Course Duration for CPL

Including all the exams minimum flying hours, flying tests, written tests, etc. The course duration is a maximum of 18 months in most of the colleges. However, it may vary from college to college.

 

Job Profile of Commercial Pilot

In the cockpit of a plane, two pilots are there. The one with more experience is the captain and the other is the co-pilot. In some bigger aircraft, a third pilot who is known as the flight engineer also there. However, with automatic computerised monitoring systems now, almost every airline keeps only two pilots in one flight. 

 

Some other responsibilities of a commercial pilot are

  •   Check aircraft for its smooth functioning.
  •   To get informed about the weather condition of all the destinations en route.
  •   Keep an eye on speed, altitude and instrument flight rules.
  •   Take extreme care during take-off and landing.

Commercial Pilot Training in India.

In India, Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Government of India (DGCA) is the regulating authority of all the matters related to aviation in the country. It takes care of implementing, controlling, and supervising the standards, safety operations, and crew training in aviation in India. It also holds examinations for pilots, and grants flying licenses. 

 

Scope Of Commercial Pilot Training

Undoubtedly flying aircraft as a commercial pilot is one of the highest paying salary careers and benefits. The career prospects in this field are huge, it is a lucrative field for those who enjoy taking challenges. One can get jobs in any Domestic / International Airline like Air India,  Lufthansa, Jet Airways, Air Asia, IndiGo and many more

 

Job Profiles:

 

  •   Pilot
  •   Co-Pilot
  •  Captain
  •   Test Pilot

================

 

Commercial Pilot Salary in India

However, the salary of a Commercial Pilot in India depends upon the airline and one''s flying experience.  the salary of a Commercial Pilot also increases gradually 1.5 L which can go up to 5-8 Lakh per month. Besides the salary, a Commercial Pilot gets attractive remunerations, incentives, provident fund, gratuity, medical facilities, and free/concessional air passage also. In some Private and Government-owned airlines, they may also get a range of benefits and allowances including housing facilities, medical expenses, and outstation allowances, as well as free/concessional air passages for their family members or dependents

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Do you want to become a commercial pilot? Then you first need to take Commercial Pilot License (CPL)

 

Commercial Pilot Course Eligibility

To become a Commercial Pilot one have to complete the Commercial Pilot Course and earn the Commercial Pilot License (CPL). The Basic eligibility criteria are given below -

  •   one should have passed 10+2 with Physics and Mathematics as subjects with minimum 50% marks from a recognised board/university.  One should also have to achieve some physical standards to become a Commercial Pilot like general physical fitness is mandatory with perfect vision (6/6 eyesight) at least from one eye

Course Duration for CPL

Including all the exams minimum flying hours, flying tests, written tests, etc. The course duration is a maximum of 18 months in most of the colleges. However, it may vary from college to college.

 

Job Profile of Commercial Pilot

In the cockpit of a plane, two pilots are there. The one with more experience is the captain and the other is the co-pilot. In some bigger aircraft, a third pilot who is known as the flight engineer also there. However, with automatic computerised monitoring systems now, almost every airline keeps only two pilots in one flight. 

 

Some other responsibilities of a commercial pilot are

  •   Check aircraft for its smooth functioning.
  •   To get informed about the weather condition of all the destinations en route.
  •   Keep an eye on speed, altitude and instrument flight rules.
  •   Take extreme care during take-off and landing.

Commercial Pilot Training in India.

In India, Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Government of India (DGCA) is the regulating authority of all the matters related to aviation in the country. It takes care of implementing, controlling, and supervising the standards, safety operations, and crew training in aviation in India. It also holds examinations for pilots, and grants flying licenses. 

 

Scope Of Commercial Pilot Training

Undoubtedly flying aircraft as a commercial pilot is one of the highest paying salary careers and benefits. The career prospects in this field are huge, it is a lucrative field for those who enjoy taking challenges. One can get jobs in any Domestic / International Airline like Air India,  Lufthansa, Jet Airways, Air Asia, IndiGo and many more

 

Job Profiles:

 

  •   Pilot
  •   Co-Pilot
  •   Captain
  •   Test Pilot

================

 

Commercial Pilot Salary in India

However, the salary of a Commercial Pilot in India depends upon the airline and one's flying experience.  the salary of a Commercial Pilot also increases gradually 1.5 L which can go up to 5-8 Lakh per month. Besides the salary, a Commercial Pilot gets attractive remunerations, incentives, provident fund, gratuity, medical facilities, and free/concessional air passage also. In some Private and Government-owned airlines, they may also get a range of benefits and allowances including housing facilities, medical expenses, and outstation allowances, as well as free/concessional air passages for their family members or dependents

 

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Do you want to become a commercial pilot? Then you first need to take Commercial Pilot License (CPL)

 

Commercial Pilot Course Eligibility

To become a Commercial Pilot one have to complete the Commercial Pilot Course and earn the Commercial Pilot License (CPL). The Basic eligibility criteria are given below -

  •   one should have passed 10+2 with Physics and Mathematics as subjects with minimum 50% marks from a recognised board/university.  One should also have to achieve some physical standards to become a Commercial Pilot like general physical fitness is mandatory with perfect vision (6/6 eyesight) at least from one eye

Course Duration for CPL

Including all the exams minimum flying hours, flying tests, written tests, etc. The course duration is a maximum of 18 months in most of the colleges. However, it may vary from college to college.

 

Job Profile of Commercial Pilot

In the cockpit of a plane, two pilots are there. The one with more experience is the captain and the other is the co-pilot. In some bigger aircraft, a third pilot who is known as the flight engineer also there. However, with automatic computerised monitoring systems now, almost every airline keeps only two pilots in one flight. 

 

Some other responsibilities of a commercial pilot are

  •   Check aircraft for its smooth functioning.
  •   To get informed about the weather condition of all the destinations en route.
  •   Keep an eye on speed, altitude and instrument flight rules.
  •   Take extreme care during take-off and landing.

Commercial Pilot Training in India.

In India, Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Government of India (DGCA) is the regulating authority of all the matters related to aviation in the country. It takes care of implementing, controlling, and supervising the standards, safety operations, and crew training in aviation in India. It also holds examinations for pilots, and grants flying licenses. 

 

Scope Of Commercial Pilot Training

Undoubtedly flying aircraft as a commercial pilot is one of the highest paying salary careers and benefits. The career prospects in this field are huge, it is a lucrative field for those who enjoy taking challenges. One can get jobs in any Domestic / International Airline like Air India,  Lufthansa, Jet Airways, Air Asia, IndiGo and many more

 

Job Profiles:

 

  •   Pilot
  •   Co-Pilot
  •   Captain
  •   Test Pilot

================

 

Commercial Pilot Salary in India

However, the salary of a Commercial Pilot in India depends upon the airline and one's flying experience.  the salary of a Commercial Pilot also increases gradually 1.5 L which can go up to 5-8 Lakh per month. Besides the salary, a Commercial Pilot gets attractive remunerations, incentives, provident fund, gratuity, medical facilities, and free/concessional air passage also. In some Private and Government-owned airlines, they may also get a range of benefits and allowances including housing facilities, medical expenses, and outstation allowances, as well as free/concessional air passages for their family members or dependents

 

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