CPL (Commercial pilot license )
The Commercial Pilots Licence is the minimum requirement for flying commercial aircraft.As a commercial pilot, you may act as pilot in command of an aircraft that is carrying passengers or property for compensation or hire and may be paid to act as pilot in command.
Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL): The applicant should have
- Minimum age of seventeen years (17) years on date of joining the course.
- Successful completion of Class 10 + 2 with Mathematics and Physics OR its equivalent for overseas Student pilots. Candidates awaiting results may also apply and would be selected subject to clearing the 10 + 2 examinations.
- Pass medical examination (Class I) from approved medical centres.
- Adequate competency in the English language.
A CPL with a Multiengine Rating(MER) and Instrument Rating (IR) is the basic requirement to fly as an airline pilot.
Theoretical Knowledge Training
Ground Lectures : DGCA Requirement – Minimum 350 hours.
HM Aviation conducts 800 hours of Ground Lectures for Theoretical Knowledge Training – 800 hours of class room training and supervised learning and Computer Based Training (CBT).
Theoretical knowledge training covers requirements up to the commercial pilot license
The course will be conducted as per the requirement given in Civil Aviation Requirement Section 7 – Flight Crew Standards Training and Licensing, Series ‘B’, Part IV..
Note For candidates undergoing the integrated course, Theoretical knowledge training imparted at HM will cover knowledge up to the CPL Level .
Written examinations in the following subjects will be conducted by DGCA
- Air Regulations,
- Air Navigation(including Radio Aids and Instruments),
- Aviation Meteorology,
- Technical General
- Technical Specific
- Radio Telephony (by WPC)
Course Duration: 1 year
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Multi Engine /Instrument Rating
This course offers Type Rating and Instrument Rating (IR) on our twin-engine aircraft. In this course the students will learn about the overall aspects of flying, technical briefings, handling simulated emergencies like engine failure, etc.
Candidates are provided adequate ground training so that they smoothly get through the Licensing examination on the type of aircraft. We believe that students, who obtain a multi-engine rating, will have an advantage over single engine CPL holders for a lucrative job in the aviation sector.
- You must have CPL/IR on Single Engine
- Class I Medical (Indian) required
- Minimum 18 years at the time of joining
- Full Time:
- Ground Studies
- Flying Training (Multi Engine).
- Multi Engine – Refer to the table given below
- Ground Studies – Instrument flying procedures and Type Technical
The Course consists of the following:
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