Commercial Pilot License Training CPL (IR/ME)
CAA's training curriculum for Commercial Pilot License provides students with a solid foundation of theoretical knowledge and flying training to meet the relevant pilot license skill standards as well as the requirements of potential airline employers.
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CAA offers fully integrated CPL training course which prepares students to become employable commercial pilots.
Our CPL training includes the following modules:
185 hours on Cessna-172 R aircraft, equipped with Garmin-1000 glass cockpit.Multi-Engine
15 hours on Piper Seneca/ Diamond DA - 42 aircraft.Flight Simulator
20 hours on Flight Simulators with 120 degree field of view and real time display of terrain and airports. (10 Hours each on Single Engine Cessna 172-R and Multi-Engine Diamond DA-42 Simulators).
CAA provides each student with 500 hours of Ground Training. The modules included are:
- Air Regulations
- Technical General
- Flight Simulators
- Theory and Practicals of Radio Telephony
- Technical Specific
- The CFI or a DGCA authorized examiner will conduct the Flying Tests in accordance with Indian DGCA rules and regulations.
- Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) conducts the written tests in accordance with the published schedule.
- The Department of Telecommunications of the Govt.of India conducts the Test for Radio Telephony Restricted License, as per published schedule.
Educational QualificationCandidates who have 10 + 2 certificate with Physics and
Mathematics will be eligible for Commercial Pilot License in
India and can apply for this programme
MedicalSubmission of Class II Medical Certificate (Indian) from a
designated medical practitioner.
Please note that Class I Medical would be necessary for
the issue of Commercial Pilot License
AgeCandidates should be 17 years on the date of joining CAA
and 18 years or above for the issue of Commercial Pilot
PrerequisiteAdequate competency in the English Language is required.
- Full Time
- Ground Studies
- Flying Training (Single Engine and Multi Engine)
- DGCA Examinations
Duration12 months (Approximately)
Semester 1 - Student Pilot License (SPL), Basic Aircraft
Knowledge + approx 15 hours of flying.
Semester 2 - Commercial Pilot License Flying and Ground
studies (Completion of 200 hours & issue of Commercial Pilot
License subject to DGCA Exam Clearance)
Batch SizeAs per availability
Expected SalaryAviation Sector is a lucrative option not only in terms of career
growth but also in terms of the salary packages offered. A
Commercial Pilot License holder can expect a salary of around
Rs. 1 lakh as a co-pilot. On qualifying as a Captain the salary
would be around Rs. 2.5 to 3.5 lakhs per month.