10+2 in Mathematics and Physics [Students can pass these subjects from any open school such as The National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS)]
Age - 17 yrs.
Vision - 6/6 (Normal or Corrected)
Class II Medical Assessment certificate from a DGCA-approved doctor is mandatory prior to Flight training (Flyproplus provides assistance for the same)
Monday to Friday
8–12 months at a flying school in India or Abroad
Instructor at flying schools
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Pilots are among the highest paid professionals globally, with average salary of a co-pilot in India at around Rs. 2.25–3.25 lakh a month!
A typical career path is to get hired as a first officer (i.e. a co-pilot) at a regional airline or a mainline carrier, Build up your flying hours and get promoted to Captain. However, a pilot’s job is highly specialized, requiring knowledge in fields such as Aircraft management and air navigation, meteorological report interpretation, and operation of sophisticated electronic and mechanical controls. The ability to control the Aircraft and lead crew and passengers under adverse situations is also a must.
Successful completion of the commercial pilot training program requires the students to pass all ground (theory) subjects as well as complete a minimum of 200 hours of flying training. Medical fitness throughout the career is a prerequisite.
At Flyproplus, we ensure that our students undergo a first-hand flying experience, right at the ground training stage. Our students get a unique opportunity to visit a flying school while preparing for their ground/ theory examinations. During the visit, students are encouraged to undertake a familiarization flight on an Aircraft as well as practice on the Simulator. This immensely helps students to gain a better understanding of their theory subjects.
Ground theory exams
Aircraft Technical (Two papers) - Aircraft Specific & General
Radio Telephony (RTR)
Examinations are held in 4 sessions
The actual examination dates are published on the DGCA website prior to each session.