Excellent Opportunity for Aspiring Candidates
Commercial Pilot License
At a Glance
Aviakul's Commercial Pilot Programme provides an excellent opportunity for aspiring Pilot Candidates to take up CPL program in India or abroad based on candidate's preference. It is a programme designed for young aspirants eyeing for a seat in the cockpit of an aircraft. And who better to train you to be a pilot, than India’s oldest Flying Club, The Delhi Flying Club!
With Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) on the horizon, Aviakul is all set to change the face of air travel in India. And at the same time creating ample opportunities for those who are seeking for a high-flying career.
A Commercial Pilot License also is known as CPL, is a type of License which allows a person to receive money in exchange for their services of flying certain aircraft. The authority which regulates the requirements for this license in India is the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). CPL License issued by DGCA is valid for 5 years which can be renewed periodically after giving some tests. The CPL license issued by DGCA is valid in India and a candidate can be employed as the pilot in Government, Civil, Private Airlines, Corporate Companies, and Flying Clubs in various positions.
The job of a commercial pilot is a highly rated and adventurous career option that demands intensive training. It may look attractive and adventures from outside but the job is full of responsibilities. So, to become a commercial pilot you need to first complete Commercial Pilot License Course
The duration of the Ground school is 4 months (average). Our Curriculum is based on a blended pedagogy structure, superior expert input, majorly comprising of the Classroom and a State-of-the-art Online Learning Management System (LMS) training for the following CPL subjects, as per the syllabus prescribed by the DGCA.
Aircraft Technical General & Specific
Cadets undergo intensive training in the core subjects for CPL requirements as per curriculum mentioned above and clear all examinations conducted inhouse as well as by DGCA.
The Flight Training stage begins with the Pre-Flight Ground Training (PFGT) on a specific aircraft. Students have to pass Student Pilot License (SPL) exam which is in the form viva / oral followed by FRTOL (Flight Radio Telephony Operator’s License) written and viva exams. The cadet is first trained on pre-flight stage – Simulators and then taken on actual aircraft with exercises becoming more and more interesting and challenging during the Flight training program.
A minimum of 200 flying hours are required to issue CPL which includes below flying requirements:
Not less than one hundred hours of flight time as Pilot-in-Command.
Not less than fifteen hours time as Pilot-in-Command flight time within a period of six months immediately preceding the date of application.
Not less than Fifty hours of cross-country flight time as Pilot-in-Command.
Not less than Fifty hours of instrument time of which not more than twenty hours may be on an approved simulator.
Not less than four hours of flight time by night including a minimum of ten take-offs and ten landings as Pilot-in-Command as (sole manipulator of controls) carried out within six months immediately preceding the date of application for licence.