Pilot Classes

We One Aviation Academy is highly recognized by Civil Aviation Authorities and airlines for its high-quality preparation, modern facilities, and equipment. We One Aviation Academy has been trusting in delivering cadet Pilot Classes. In addition, We One Aviation Academy is proud to have been selected by All Nippon Airways Group to deliver sponsor cadet programmers for ANA and Peach Aviation.

We One Aviation Academy is unique when it comes to student finance that is accessible through the government. Up to 90% of the total (Integrated ATPL) program expenses can be financed. Additionally, funding for accommodation and other living expenses can be granted. Airlines seeking cadets from the Scandinavian country are entitled to receive management funding for Scandinavian cadets in their cadet programs.

Our flight school offer pilot training for the student who has never had any flight training at all and those who have had some level of training. We train both domestic (U.S.) students and international students. Regardless of your flight skill, we can take you to your next goal. For instance, you may be looking to earn a Private Pilot License (PPL) for recreational airborne. Or, you may be working toward earning your Commercial Pilot License (CPL) for an airline pilot career job. Most importantly, We One Aviation Academy pilot training is intended to fit your individual needs. In other words. We meet the requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) worldwide. Furthermore, we encourage you to do the exam so you’ll know how to choose an ATP flight training program. Your professional career matter to us.

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 Pilot 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 the pure ability in the Pilot Classes and hold an outstanding place with regard to the DGCA Pilot 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 (Pilot Classes):

Air Regulations

Aviation Meteorology

Air Navigation

Technical General

Technical Specific

Radio Telephony

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