CPL Classes

Commercial Pilot Training (CPL) Classes

We One Aviation Academy have intended Commercial Pilot Programme (CPL) Classes. The course is so designed so to conduct Theory Classes, followed by the We One Aviation (India and Abroad)

We one Aviation Academy provides you with expert CPL Classes for obtaining a CPL, using We One Aviation Academy, by extremely fit and current Airline Pilots as faculty, who provide you with technical education using the syllabus, as per strategy issued by the Director General of Civil Aviation.

We One Aviation Academy have a State of Art Training facility for the Pilots with Computer Based Training provide as well. The aspirant Pilots are necessary to either complete the necessary 200+ hours of flying in India or abroad. If the student wishes to do his flying training Abroad then We One Avaiton provides all possible aid & also helps the Student to get his DGCA license converted upon completion of his Flying preparation abroad.

A skilled pilot knows that a solid foundation is essential for a smooth take-off. A pilot must exercise carefulness. The Pilot Ground School truly makes a difference in this situation. Manufacturing the decision to enroll in pilot training is crucial. It’s commonly said that everyone can fly; it’s the ground tasks that differentiate a pilot and need commitment and dedication. 

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), a regulatory body for civil Aviation, is responsible for providing individuals licenses known as the Commercial Pilot License (CPL) allowing them to take the role of a pilot in an aircraft. This CPL is exclusive of one’s Pilot rating and the kind of aircraft the individual specializes in as mentioned in the License.  In order to get the license, one must have a legitimate medical certificate and a legitimate rating

Most seasoned pilots would advise you to complete your groundwork before starting your trip preparation when you ask them for advice. The DGCA gives students 30 months to complete the ground school course for which it administers exams every three months in April, July, October, and January.

You will be given the best chance of passing the PPL/CPL examination by a group of skilled pilots who are experts in their field. After passing the ground course, it won’t take you more than six months to complete the 200 hours of required flying training.

a minimum of 33% in (math and physics) in the 10+2 or its equivalent. A Class II Medical (Indian) with a fitness certificate from a designated medical practitioner. Please note that a Class I Medical would be required for the issuance of a CPL License. If you didn’t take Physics and Math in your 10+2 education, you have the option of taking these two subjects in the National Institute of Open Schooling’s On-Demand examination and can still begin your Pilot training course.
To begin pilot instruction, you must be at least 16 years old. One eye must have great vision. (6/6 eyesight) You can have a 6/9 defect in the other eye, which must be reversible to 6/6. Any sickness that strengthens or damages the usual function must not affect you.
To all applicants who want to start with ground training first, we provide immediate admission. You can register with us for Ground education for the DGCA examination. 
In order to enroll in CPL Classes you also need to be skillful in English: you must be able to read, write and appreciate English.


CPL training has two aspects to it: trip training and extensive theoretical knowledge.
We one aviation Academy have pure ability in the CPL Classes and hold an excellent position with regard to the DGCA CPL classes.
Our team members are highly dedicated and trained capably to help our student attain their endeavors.
We provide our students with the best study material, a questionnaire. A series of tests are conducted throughout the duration of the course to help them grip up for the rather testing DGCA exams.
Our guidance transcends manual lectures, and our CBT (Computer Based Training) has complete audio-visual lectures that help make sessions more attractive and interactive.
We also give our students query banks.
The course length is approximately 3-4 months.
The following topic all covered in the (CPL Classes):

Air Regulations

Aviation Meteorology

Air Navigation

Technical General

Technical Specific

Radio Telephony

Depending on whether the person’s strategy is to fly nationally or internationally, some subjects must be cleared. If you decide to fly to India, you must pass five written exams: one on navigation, two on technology, one on air regulations, one on meteorology, and one on radio telephony. With the help of our knowledgeable faculty and airline captains, we will make sure that your career takes off if you choose to fly internationally. You only need to pass the Navigation, Air Regulation, Meteorology, and Radio Telephony exam for the CPL.

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