A wise pilot knows that a robust ground is compulsory to make an effortless take off. A pilot is predictable to be judicious. That’s where the Pilot Ground School makes all the difference. A practical pilot will continuously study first and whole her exams and then move on to flying. The Pilot Training is a dangerous choice to make. It is often said that anyone can fly; it’s the ground subjects which define a pilot and demands dedication and focus.
Once you talk to any knowledgeable pilot for their guidance, most will tell you to do your ground studies first and then go on and do the flying training. DGCA allows 30 months to pass the ground school subjects for which it conducts the three-monthly exams in the months of April, July, October and January.
WWW.WEONEAVIATION.IN being a renowned ground school since the year 2003 delivers you just the right presentation pad to take off to your pilot career. A team of knowledgeable pilots who specify in their subjects are there to prepare you to pass the PPL/CPL exams in the shortest possible time. Once you have passed the ground subjects, the obligatory flying training of minimum 200 hours can be completed in barely around 6 months.
10+2 or its equal with a minimum of 50% marks in Arithmetic and Physics. (If you don’t have Physics & Math in 10+2 you have an option of doing these two subjects from National Institute of Open Schooling’s On-Demand Examinations and can still start your Pilot training course. Visit www.nios.ac.in for details)
A Class II Medical (Indian) with fitness certificate from designated medical practitioner. Please note for issue of CPL License Class I Medical would be necessary.
At least 16 years of age to start pilot training. Vision in one eye must be perfect. (6/6 eyesight) In the other eye, you could have an imperfection of 6/9, which must be correctable to 6/6. You must be free of any disease that can hamper normal function.
We proposal direct admission to all the candidates looking to start with Ground training first. You can enroll for Ground classes for DGCA exams with us. Fill up the CPL admission initiation form at the admission page and enter “CPL Ground” in the course desired field.
We cover all the following subjects in the CPL Ground classes:
- Air Regulations
- Aviation Meteorology
- Air Navigation
- Technical General
- Technical Specific
- Radio Telephony
Multi-Crew Co-operation (MCC) Course
Multi Engine endorsement
Simulator training as per candidates requirements
Specifically designed training courses for Indian Navy and Indian Coast Guard Pilots
AELP Training and Testing course
Also Read: List of Aviation Exams in India: Dates, Eligibility, Exam Pattern, Application Form
National Flying Training Institute (NFTI)
Helicopter Pilot Training
Aviation Maintenance Training
Commercial Pilot Licence
Multi Engine Rating
Simulator Training Or Instrument Procedure Training
For the Student Pilot License (SPL)
- The minimum age of the candidate must be 16 years.
- The candidate must have passed Class 10 examination.
- The candidate must clear all the fitness tests and have a bank guarantee of Rs 10,000.
- This is followed by an oral test and a Pilot Aptitude Test.
Note: Passing all this will get her or him through the college of their choice.
For the Private Pilot License (PPL)
- Theminimum age of the candidate must be 17 years.
- The candidate must have passed Class 12th examination.
- The candidate must possess a medical fitness test from Air Force Central Medical Establishment (AFCME) or Institute of Aviation Medicine (IAM).
For the Commercial Pilot License (CPL)
- The minimum age of the candidate must be between 18 and 30 years.
- The candidate must have studied Physics and Maths in their Class 12th.
Note: The newly revised laws by the Government of India has stated that the CPL is to be granted only with prior three years of experience with PPL.