Tuesday, 11 June 2013


1. What is the minimum eligibility for taking Pilot training course?
The minimum requirement to get enrolled for Pilot training course is 12th pass from a recognized board & above (PCM) and 17years.
If you are passed in 12th from commerce background then you need to appear for physics and math paper from any open school while pursuing
Pilot's training.

2. What is the total investment amount for the entire course?
The actual Pilot training starts after a student has successfully appeared in a Pre Flight Training that is for 1-2 weeks in India & Flight training in
Canada, Philippines, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, U.S.A. The cost of Pre Flight Training is Rs.25,000. and Flight training cost is different for different
countries and schools like in New Zealand it is NZ $ 65000, in Philippines - USD $ 40500, in USA - $ 45000, in Canada -  CA$ 55000 and in Sri Lanka -
US$ 45000.

3. What are the different licenses available?
PPL - Private Pilot License
CFI - Chief Flight Instructor                        
CPL - Commercial Pilot License
ATPL - Airline Transport Pilot License

4. What is the salary of an airline pilot?
The salary of First Officer range between Rs 65,000 per month to Rs 1,40,000 per month and for a Captain between Rs 1,50,000 and Rs 5,00,000 per
month. The salary depends on the Airline you fly and the number of hours / years of service. Normally the period of transition from a First Officer to
a Captain is 5-15 years. Few fortunate Pilots become a Captain in 2-5 years too.
Similarly, pilot salaries have drasticasllly fallen down after the shut down of Kingfisher airlines.

5. What are the job prospects?
Due to Global Reccession, Aviation Industry is going through a rough phase. But, with the economy growing consistently and increasing purchasing power
of people across the globle the industry is bound to grow. The importance of time over money is key to making a transition from the railways to airlines
as a primary mode of transport. Flying however is a universal skill and once you have a few thousand hours under the belt, the world is open with

6. What are the Job opportunity after the completion of course?
With the prevailing recession and damping condition of industry, Job opportunity do exist but only few for now. and so if you are are a quality Pilot
with passion and sincerity then it is not difficult to get placed in good airlines. Also, with growing Business Aviation across the industry Pilots would
obviously be required.
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7. Which are the subjects that need to be studied along with flying hours?
Air Navigation, Meteorology, Air Regulation, aircraft and instruments in general and specific and Radio Aids and Instruments.

8. Is any conversion reqiured to fly in other countries?
Yes, conversion is required to fly in different countries and each place has different rules.

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