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RTR(A) Classes

TCA Instructors guide pilot aspirants for Radio Telephony Restricted (Aeronautical) to clear the RTR examination in the shortest possible time by providing quality RTR(A) Classes. You can also contact with a minimum of regular course studies during your flying practice for the Indian RTR (A) test, and students don’t have to stop flying to clear the RTR exam. The main issue in clearing the RTR (A) exam is the lack of resources and instructions for the analysis. Students do not have the proper guidance and support which is required to clear this RTR (A) Exam.

Here CAPT P KUMAR is dedicated to providing you with an easy solution to study the best material, guiding you to practice, supporting the instructor’s request, and improving your trust.


Pre-Entry Requirement:

  • Must have 10th
  • Adequate competency in the English Language.
  • Min of 18 years on the date of joining


Duration of RTR(A) Classes:

30 Days    (5 Days a week for 2 hours/day)


What is Radio Telephony Restricted (Aeronautical)?

The RTR (A) license comes from India’s Govt Telecommunications Department’s WPC division. The Ministry of Communications conducts this examination granting the RTR (A) license in India. Every Pilot in India requires RTR (A) license to fly high.


The RTR (A) evaluation comprises two sections.

Step 1: Practical examination (Transmission)

Step 2: Viva Exam (Oral)

1) Regulation and Procedure

2) Radio principles and practice

This Examination is conducted in two parts. 

Part 1 is a 25-minute session in which a transmission examination is performed on the regulations and procedures. It is also termed Transmitting techniques. If a person qualifies for this, he must be listed in part two

Part 2 is an oral examination of the practices of regulations and procedures and radio Principles & Practice. The Chief Examiner from the WPC and one representative from DGCA / AAI are authorized to conduct the exam.


Syllabus of RTR(A) examination:

Part – 1  Regulations and Procedure:

The RTR syllabus covers the following:

International Telecommunication Convention & Radio Regulations

  • General and Aeronautical ‘Q’ Code Signals and other abbreviations as contained in Annexure 10 (Vol. I & II) of International Civil Aviation.
  • General Radiotelephone Communication procedures and radiotelephone communication procedure for distress urgency and direction finding using hypothetical ATS route chart.
  • Procedures for distress communication in Maritime Mobile Service.
  • Words and figures spelling used in radiotelephone.
  • Licensing requirements of installation and operation of radio apparatus used in aircraft.
  • Minimum requirement of radio equipment to be carried on aircraft as prescribed in Annexure 6 of the International Civil Aviation Organisation and Civil Aviation Authority in India.
  • Flight Information Regions in India and main Radio Communication and Navigation facilities are available together with principal frequencies to be used for communication and navigation within India.
  • Meteorological codes, pre-flight briefing services, and their usages.
  • Knowledge of notices to airmen issued by the Civil Aviation Authorities in India as applicable to the Aeronautical mobile and Air traffic Control Services.


Part – 2 Radio Principles & Practice:-

Candidates will be required to have knowledge of:

  • Electrical Units such as Volt, Ampere, Ohm, and Watt; Wavelength, frequency, and their relationship;
  • Elementary knowledge of radio frequency propagation, and night frequencies, skip distances, fading, ground shadow and its effect on communication, choice of frequencies to attain maximum efficiency in handling air-ground HF Communications.
  • General knowledge of systems employed for air-ground communications including SELCAL operation, inter-communication, and announcing systems of aircraft;
  • Elementary knowledge of Radio-navigation Aids, operation of microphones and headphones, Squelch, AVC, Volume control, tuning of the transmitter, simplex, and duplex operation;
  • Advantages and disadvantages of Radio telephone communication;
  • Limitations of range due to frequency interference, etc.


After clearing the Radio telephony constrained (Aeronautical) License exam the candidate has the choice of obtaining a License via paying the prescribed charge.


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Why Top Crew Aviation for RTR(A) Classes:

We at Top Crew Aviation are committed to giving you the best solution to start your RTR (A) ground classes.

We at Top Crew Aviation not only provide you with the best solution for RTR classes but also guide you through everything which is required to become a successful RT operator.

  • We do not teach only to clear your exam we teach the way so that you can teach others
  • Concepts are explained in detail.
  • The best level of training with professional & personal attention to each student.
  • Proven course structure & strategy to pass WPC examinations.
  • Daily topic-wise test.
  • Student progress monitoring and support.
  • Daily homework for practice.
  • Sample question papers will be provided along with notes.
  • Concentration enhancement tips to optimize student performance.
  • Most of the Instructors are Airline captains who share their past events and & experiences.
  • All study materials & notes are provided with enrolment. (CX-3 & scientific calculator excluded)
  • We try to explain with a Pictorial presentation for better understanding and memory-aiding concepts.


What Top Crew provides in RTR(A) Classes:

  • Top Crew is an outstanding airline training institution for those looking to commence a career in aviation. A high standard of training is provided by exceptional instructors who guide you through all stages of the course in the classroom.
  • Our highly trained and committed staff ensures that the environment and content of our courses exceed the expectations of our students, whether you are an airline cadet or a CPL holder student we have the course for you.
  • The perfect launchpad course is made by  P KUMAR, who has 15 years of rich experience in aviation.
  • Best results and 100% student satisfaction.
  • Free youtube RTR(A) classes for daily revision.
  • Specially designed courses in the best possible small batches for candidates without flying experience.
  • The best training is provided by an industry expert trainer who has more than 10 plus years of rich experience in his field.
  • Our prime responsibility is to create a vibrant community around you, so we want you to enjoy your time at the Academy and make the most of every minute.
  • Our trainers do not only focus on knowledge but also on building the skills, and attitude of the students including all phases of the ground training as a strategy to fulfill their dreams as airline Pilots.
  • We offer Commercial Pilot Training preparation courses for CPL, ATPL, and RTR. Our motive is not just to provide ground training to the candidates but also to create well-trained pilots.
  • Academy is committed to providing world-class training facilities for future commercial pilots. It is being one of the best Pilot Training Institutes in India to provide classes in the best possible small batches so that each student receives proper attention.
  • P KUMAR mentors all candidates personally and tries to offer the best solution to make them master all skills to succeed in this field of aviation and to ensure that every goal is achieved.

Frequently Asked Questions About RTR(A) Exam:-

The RTR(A) license holder is accountable and certified for Operating All radio frequencies and radio equipment on board an aircraft. The license is an obligatory requirement for aviation enthusiasts to professionally perform their job as a pilot or a flight dispatcher in India as according to DGCA regulations.
The examination will consist of the following two parts:-Part-I Practical test in Regulations and Procedure 100 MarksPart-II Oral examination inRegulations and Procedure 100 MarksRadio Principles and Practice
RTR (A) Exam in India is conducted by WPC. It's not very tough to get through this examination but quite tricky. But one needs to understand the importance of this assessment. To clear RTR exam, you need to understand and learn the proper RT regulations and procedures.
There is numerous scope for someone to get a process upon getting RTR (A) Licence, which we get after clearing the RTR examination. But to get the job after clearing the RTR examination one wants to have good enough and sensible expertise in RT techniques and types of equipment used for communication. With good enough expertise we will get process at Airports operating at ATC tower, floor staff, RTR + AME allow us to be Aircraft Engineer, CPL+RTR permits us to be an Aviator which additionally enables to get a process with Jeppsen, etc.
For clearing RTR(A) Exam we advise you to refer to notes by Capt. P Kumar from TCA, as these Notes, are precise and to the point. You'll get depth knowledge by referring to his notes. Even most of the instructors conducting RTR classes also refer to his notes. There are some solved papers also available to practice, that are also from Top Crew Aviation Classes only. This material is enough to get prepared for RTR (A) exam.
Clearing RTR (A) exam is a bit tough task these days, online assistance and many Aviation Institutions are available. But the RTR(A) classes with a difference and up to student satisfaction is Top Crew Aviation RTR CLASSES conducted online.
We provide RTR exam questions and answers in this course along with live classes and notes.
Course duration is 1.5 to 2 months. Course duration may change according to Exam dates and your joining date. Check for the next batch.