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These are the basic steps to become a pilot in India:-
a) For 11th and 12th, you will have to take Science (because you need Physics and Maths for pilot career).
b) Once you finish your 12th, get board verification of 10th and 12th standard’s mark sheets.
c) Issue your DGCA computer number. You may contact us for any assistance.
d) Get your DGCA Class II medical done.
e) Clear all the five DGCA papers / DGCA exams.
f) Finish of your 200 hours of flying training requirement.
g) Submit documents to DGCA for the issuance of your Commercial Pilot License.
You need physic and maths in 12th to become a pilot. You can give this exam through NIOS on demand to get physic and maths in 12th. We will help you to apply for it.
Yes, we need huge amount to complete our pilot training successfully. You can take loan for your flying training as well as for type rating.
Commercial pilot training is completely depends on your own performance, usually it takes 12 to 18 months.
Yes, we provide dgca ground classes online (Live) for your DGCA exam preparation, but you have to visit flying training school to complete your flying training.
As per DGCA regulations you can do your CPL training any time prior 65, but we recommend you to do it prior 35 years age.
It varies as per the flying club and country, but average cost to become an airline pilot is approximately 50 to 55 lakhs. Details are as below:
1. DGCA Classs 2 Medical - 6000 to 8000
2. DGCA Ground Classes - 2.2 Lakhs to 3.5 Lakhs
4. DGCA Class 1 Medical - 6000 to 15000
3. CPL Flying Training - 35 to 40 Lakhs
4. Type Taring - 15 to 20 Lakhs
5. Airline Preparation - 60 to 90 thousand.
Note: Above pilot training cost is approximately
Commercial pilots must receive a medical certificate for Class 1. The requirements are available on the DGCA website (Directorate General of Civil Aviation).
Yes, you can become a pilot with glasses.
The aviation market is currently expanding exponentially, and, as standards increase, it is a great time to be a pilot.