Commercial Pilot Licence(CPL)

Commercial Pilot Licence(CPL)

Learning Mode:

Full Time

Course Level:

Professional Courses

Course Duration:

24 month


Pass in 10+2 / P.D.C. / G.C.E. 'A' Level (or equivalent) with credit in Mathematics and Physics A candidate pass in 10+2 examination of a recognized board of examination or a recognized Indian university.

Course Details:

Duration : 24 Months
Eligibility : Pass in 10+2 / P.D.C. / G.C.E. 'A' Level (or equivalent) with credit in Mathematics and Physics
Age : 17 years (completed)
Medical Fitness : As per DGCA stipulated Medical Standard, the students are required to undergo their medical examination at the Institute of Aerospace Medicine, Bangalore or Central Medical Establishment, New Delhi.
Note : The student should be proficient in English.

About the course
Fliqht Training
Total Flying : 200 hours
Dual Flying : 60 hours
Solo Flying : 125 hours
Night Flying : 5 hours
Instrument Flying : 10 hours

Ground subjects :

Students will be given training for DGCA Examinations in the following subjects in addition to the PPL syllabus as required:

Air Regulations : Aerodrome search and rescue, rules & regulations, customs and health and knowledge of communication and navigational facilities.

Air Navigation : Theoretical and practical navigation.

Aviation Meteorology : Basic knowledge of aviation, weather codes and plotting, elementary synoptic meteorology including simple interpretation of weather charts and meteorological procedures relating to aviation.

Aircraft and Engines : General principles and elementary knowledge of design, construction, maintenance and operation of aircraft, engine and instruments, ancillary systems, emergency systems, installations and equipment, basic knowledge of fuel and lubricants, loading of aircraft, weight distribution and its effect on flight characteristics.

Aircraft Engine & Systems specific to Cessna 152.

Radio Telephony (C.O.P.R.T.R) : Including transmission and interpretation of aural signals and operations of radio telephony apparatus on board the aircraft.

Specific Paper (Cessna-152): Limitations, Aircraft Engines, Systems Weight & Balance Performance.


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