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I want to become a commercial pilot, can you please let me know the best flying schools in India to get placements?

Reply to Shaan Ali

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konatham Abhishek

Scholar-Level 16

2 years ago

Hello Shaan
Some good flying schools for your look ahead are as under:
1. IGRUA Raebareli
2. NFTI GONDIA
3. Chimes Aviation
4. Carver Avaition
5. GMR Aviation Academy
All the best.

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Capt Ankur Thakur

Guide-Level 13

3 years ago

No, flying schools provide placements when it comes to CPL training. You should make a note of it that job hunting is solely the responsibility of the candidate although flying schools in the end come up to take credit for their candidates being shortlisted for some XYZ Airlines. But flying schoo...No, flying schools provide placements when it comes to CPL training. You should make a note of it that job hunting is solely the responsibility of the candidate although flying schools in the end come up to take credit for their candidates being shortlisted for some XYZ Airlines. But flying schools have got no role to play in placements or in the selection of the candidate with any airline. Only Cadet Pilot Programmes' conducted by airlines assure a job after the completion of training with their choice of flying schools and aircrafts. Hence be very sure that placements or selection with any airline as a pilot is not going to be easy. Some good flying schools for your look ahead are as under:
1. IGRUA Raebareli
2. NFTI GONDIA
3. Chimes Aviation
4. Carver Avaition
5. GMR Aviation Academy
6. Bombay Flying Club
7. Falcon Aviation.

What is the exact procedure after 12th to get CPL? What all do they check in medical? What is the fee structure?

Reply to Sarang Raje

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konatham Abhishek

Scholar-Level 16

2 years ago

Hello, Specific eligibility criteria, which you should first be aware of. This is decided on what subjects have you taken in class 12th. It requires 50% marks in PCM to be a pilot. And, even if you have not opted for the same, then you can appear separately for these subjects and become eligible....Hello,
Specific eligibility criteria, which you should first be aware of. This is decided on what subjects have you taken in class 12th. It requires 50% marks in PCM to be a pilot. And, even if you have not opted for the same, then you can appear separately for these subjects and become eligible. You can visit any doctorate from the list as per your convenience. Once you are done with class 2nd medical, find out a suitable flying club for you as per your convenience. You can fly in India or abroad. I would suggest you fly to India. Besides finding the club, be aware that you will have to appear for:
1. Air Navigation
2. Aviation Meteorology
3. Air Regulations
4. Aviation Technical
5. Aircraft Specific
6. Radio Telephony
Here, 1-5 are conducted by DGCA and 6 is conducted by WPC. Prepare for these subjects and appear, as exams are conducted every quarterly. For preparation, flying club will help you or there are private instructors available in metro cities as well. You will fly for 200 hours + Clear DGCA and WPC exams + Clear Class 1st medical, then you shall get your CPL. The next license is ATPL, which you shall be able to apply for once. You will then have to probably fund or self-sponsor your type rating on whatever fleet you are selected in an airline. Then, you finally get a job as a pilot. I hope the process is well explained to you.
All the best.

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Capt Ankur Thakur

Guide-Level 13

3 years ago

All the details related to CPL Training are mentioned under,Student Pilot License (SPL) & Private Pilot License (PPL) are intermediate stages of Commercial Pilot License Training.You will be issued an SPL by the flying club after some hours of ground classes and an internal exam. Thereafter y...All the details related to CPL Training are mentioned under,
Student Pilot License (SPL) & Private Pilot License (PPL) are intermediate stages of Commercial Pilot License Training.
You will be issued an SPL by the flying club after some hours of ground classes and an internal exam. Thereafter you shall become eligible to start flying training.
For becoming a commercial pilot, there is a specific eligibility criteria, which you should first be aware of. This is decided on what subjects have you taken in class 12th. It requires 50% marks in PCM to be a pilot. And, even if you have not opted for the same, then you can appear separately for these subjects and become eligible. Further, you should be aware that you are medically fit to be a pilot, so I would suggest you to visithttp://www.dgca.nic.in/medical/medical-ind.htmandgototheclass2nd examiners tab to find out doctors who will examine you for initial fitness. You can visit any doctorate from the list as per your convenience. Once you are done with class 2nd medical, find out a suitable flying club for you as per your convenience. You can fly in India or abroad. I would suggest you fly in India. Besides finding the club, be aware that you will have to appear for:
1. Air Navigation
2. Aviation Meteorology
3. Air Regulations
4. Aviation Technical
5. Aircraft Specific
6. Radio Telephony
Here, 1-5 are conducted by DGCA and 6 is conducted by WPC. Prepare for these subjects and appear, as exams are conducted every quarterly. For preparation, flying club will help you or there are private instructors available in metro cities as well. You will fly for 200 hours + Clear DGCA and WPC exams + Clear Class 1st medical, then you shall get your CPL. The next license is ATPL, which you shall be able to apply for once. You will then have to probably fund or self-sponsor your type rating on whatever fleet you are selected in an airline. Then, you finally get a job as a pilot. I hope the process is well explained to you. CPL is an expensive affair. It might cost you around Rs.18-20 Lacs for flying + DGCA exams Rs.500/- each exam + Medicals for Rs.10, 000 + endorsements and license issue fees around Rs.25k + Type Rating around Rs.15 Lacs. So, decide wisely before you enter the field.

What is the procedure to join in for CPL after 12th? What is the fee structure? What courses do you need? What is all checked by DGCA?

Reply to Sanvi Khurana

I would like to know whether your institute offers BBA in aviation or not? If it does, then what is the course fees?

Reply to Ishita Mitra

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heena agrawal

Scholar-Level 16

2 years ago

What is the fee structure for this course?

Reply to amritha lal

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ABHISHEK K

Scholar-Level 17

2 years ago

Hello,
Link provided below for details regarding fee structure for Aviation Management from Indian Aviation Academy which can be acquired by downloading the college brochure.
https://www.shiksha.com/college/indian-aviation-academy-andheri-west-mumbai-24815.
Thank you.

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Kanika Goyal

Contributor-Level 9

3 years ago

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