Pilot Training

Pilot Training

Student Pilot Lice nse (S.P.L)

IR and MER Flight Training upto 200 hrs

A student fly 20 hours in a C172 first in order to study basic IR flight. After that, MER flight training will start. Multy Engine Rating training will be start with PA-34-200.

With an Instrument Rating, even if you encounter inclement weather patters, you can still attend those far away business meetings. You have permission to take-off and land at busy air ports and have no flight distance limitations. An Inst rument Rating hones your piloting skills while gi ving you countless opportunities to fly. With a multi- engine rating you will be able to fly higher and go faster. A career in aviation is at your doorstep once you obtain a multi-engine rating. A multi-engine rating opens up a world of opportunities, not just as a pilot but in many different parts of the airline in dustry.

Private Pilot Licen ce (PPL)

The qualification of this license authorizes a pilot to non-commercially fly aircrafts as endorsed on the license. Additionally, PPL licensee can also fly at night with night and instrument ratings. A candidate has to pass the examination conducted by DGCA in ground subjects and have a minimum of 50 flying hours to get this license...

Eligibility: -

Educational : You should have passed class 10th with Physics and Maths as the compulsory subjects.
Age : Minimum 16 years
Medical : Class II Medical (Indian) compulsory. You should be medically fit as per the standards laid down by DGCA.
Nationality : Indian

Course Detail: -

Course Type : Full time
Duration : 6-7 months
Selection Procedure : Should pass the aptitude test conducted by the Institute

Commercial Pilot License (CPL)

When working towards a Commercial Pilot License, you take your piloting skills to an even higher level. The increase in ability brings an increase in opportunity. Having a Commercial Pilot License not only rewards you financially but also opens the world of aviation to you. Until you are rated for instrument flight and multi-engine flight, you will have flight limitations.

This is total package program consisting of CPL with MER and IR. This package is applicable to students both with and without previous flight training. Our total flight training package to meet the requirements of our students according to CAAP [CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY OF PHILIPPINES]and other as Indian DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation).

Commercial Pilot License Trainings

Students will complete flight training and 160 hours of ground schooling . A student must fly an additional 100 hours in C152, C172. After that, a student must pass the CPL examination, which will be essential for additional ratings of IR and MER. Step 2 can be completed in.

IR and MER Flight Training upto 200 hrs

A student fly 20 hours in a C172 first in order to study basic IR flight. After that, MER flight training will start. Multy Engine Rating training will be start with PA-34-200.

Instrument Rating (I.R)

IR Ground Training with 20 hours Flight Simulator Training

Students must take 60 hours of IR ground schooling and 20 hours of Flight Simulator Training. 20 hours of flight training on PA-34-200 Aircaft will be provided for Indorsement of Multi Engine Rating. Instrument rating refers to the qualifications that a pilot must have in order to fly under IFR (Instrument Flight Rules). It requires additional training and instruction beyond what is required for a Private Pilot certificate or Commercial Pilot certificate, including rules and procedures specific to instrument flying, additional instruction in meteorology, and more intensive training in flight solely by reference to instruments. Testing consists of a written exam and a practical test (known more commonly as the check ride). The check ride is divided into an oral component to verify that the applicant understands the theory of instrument flying and an actual flight to ensure the pilot possesses the practical skills required for safe IFR flight.

Flight Instructor Rating (F.I)

Adventure Flight Education India courses and training aircraft both meet the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) requirements. All India pilot training courses include the DGCA required 250 total hours, with over 200 in-aircraft hours. Multi-engine training utilizes the Piper Seneca PA34 aircraft, which is also DGCA approved. (NOTE: Not all flight training academies are able to offer DGCA approved aircraft as Adventure Flight does).

It is essential to note that Adventure Flight Education does not use “shared time” or “safety pilot” time, as some other schools do, to satisfy pilot-in-command (PIC) time. Shared time may reduce costs, it is NOT recognized as PIC time in India, as well as many other countries. And importantly, since shared time also reduces “hands-on” flight time, it diminishes the student pilot’s flight skills.

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