“Standard training to become a commercial pilot is being provided at the institute approved by DGCA with different types of fully functional aircraft for training purposes.”
Students of any Nationality may be admitted for the pilot training course. The minimum Educational qualification is as below:
The demand for Commercial Pilot licence holders is increasing fast as the aviation industry in India and globally is witnessing a massive development. As the air traffic is increasing each day, airline companies are adding more and more aircraft to their fleet to cater the demand.
A career as a pilot requires strong knowledge on navigation, understanding of meteorological reports, operation of sophisticated electronic, mechanical and computer controls etc. Above all, the pilot should navigate the aircraft under adverse weather conditions and lead the flight crew and passengers in emergency situations as well. Aspirants are required to have good communication skills and leadership skills to excel in this field.