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How to train For Pilot, PILOT Training
Pilot Training is a course which is divided into two parts in which the candidates our trained Theoretically(Ground Training) and Practically(Flight Training) about the workings of the air crafts. The overall idea of establishing this course is to make the candidates know about the airman ship skills. The increase in air traffic is also increasing the demand of the Commercial Pilot License.
The Aviation courses is taking all new growth in providing job opportunity to the upcoming candidates. The sky range is getting wider with each passing year and opening new routes nationally as well as internationally.A rapid growth is noticed in the count of the candidates aspiring for Pilot Training.
ELIGIBILITY : The candidates who aspire to become a pilot should have completed 10+2 level or its equivalent with a minimum of 50% with Science Stream (Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry).
There are different courses which are categorized under Pilot Training and need the authorized license through DGCA :
Private Pilot License : This is a 1 year Pilot Training course in which the candidate have to pass the examination conducted by DGCA after completing the Ground and Flying Trainspotting is issued to the candidate only when the candidate satisfies the following requirements :
40 hours of flying out of which 20 hours are solo.
The candidate’s age should not be less than 17 years on the date of application for issue of PPL.
The candidate should have a Medical Assessment Certificate issued by DGCA.
The candidate should pass both the written and flying test conducted by DGCA.
2. Commercial Pilot License : This is a 3 years Pilot Training course in which the candidate have to pass every test which is conducted by DGCA Exam every 3 months commencing January of every year. It is issued to the candidate only when the candidate satisfies the following requirements :
200 hours of flying within a period of 5 years.
The candidate should produce a Medical Fitness Certificate issued by the Air force Medical Board.
The candidate’s age should not be less than 18 years on the date of application for issue of Commercial Pilot License.
3. Commercial Pilot License for PPL Holders : To get this license the procedures are same but it is a 15 months duration course and needs 160 hours of flying.