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Pilot Training  

Pilots are highly trained professionals who fly airplanes and helicopters carrying passengers or cargo. The job of a pilot is a highly specialized one. It requires knowledge of air navigation, interpretation of meteorological reports, operating sophisticated electronic and mechanical controls, leading the aircraft under adverse circumstances, and being a leader to the flight crew and passengers under climatic and other emergency situations.

The professional pilot includes not only the ability to control the aircraft physically but also to make the right decisions in complex situations where time is a critical factor. The pilot keeps in mind the safety of the aircraft, the comfort of the passengers and crew and the airline’s schedule and efficiency. Pilot field is all about discipline, patience, responsibility, punctuality, commitment and self-confidence.

Some Different Types of Pilots are

Sport Pilot (Sport pilots generally fly in aircraft that fly at low speeds less than 100 mph.)

Recreational Pilot (Recreational pilots are primarily people who learn to fly for fun, with little interest in becoming professional pilots or using airplanes as a practical means of traveling from place to place.)

Private Pilot (private pilot with appropriate training, ratings, and endorsements may carry passengers in any aircraft, day or night, good or bad weather.)

Commercial Pilot (commercial pilots can be paid to fly aircraft. They may fly for hire in accordance with applicable parts of their Civil Aviation Regulations.)

Airline Transport Pilots


Pilot Training Includes

Ground Training Theory Classes (4 Months) which Contains Syllabus likes

1. Air Regulations

2. Aircraft General Knowledge

3. Flight Performance and Planning

4. Human Performance and Limitations

5. Aviation Meteorology

6. Air Navigation

7. Radio Telephony

Flying Training Includes

1. One hundred hours of flight time as Pilot-in-Command

2. Twenty hours of cross-country flight time as Pilot-in-Command

3. Ten hours of instrument time

4. Five hours of flight time by night

Courses and Eligibility

Student must pass higher secondary education or 10+2 with Science subjects to get admission into bachelor’s degree program.

The minimum age is 17 years and one must also meet the medical standards set by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). Registration requires a medical certificate, security clearance and a bank guarantee.



Graduates are Employed in both government (Indian Airlines, Air India) as well as private domestic and international (Jet Airways, Sahara etc.) airlines. Even large corporate houses with their own aircraft require the services of pilots.

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