Commercial Pilot ( Ground Classes)


Commercial Pilot (Ground Classes)
Course Code109
Age Limit18 Years
Eligibility 10+2 in Science ( PCM)
Duration of Course 5 Months
Examination BodyExam conducted by D.G.C.A. Ministry of Civil Aviation
Mode of Admission Interview / Merit Basis

COURSE MODULES

  • Air Regulation according to DGCA

    (a) Aircraft Act 1934 – Chapter 1
    (b) Aircraft Rules 1937
    (c) Rules of the Air,
    (d) appropriate air traffic services practices and procedures.

  • Aircraft General Knowledge

    Principle of operation and functioning of aeroplane Power Plants, Systems and Instruments.
    Operating Limitation of appropriate airplane and power plants systems, relevant operational information from the flight manual or other appropriate documents.
    Use and service ability checks of equipment and systems of appropriate airplane.
    Maintenance procedures for airframes, systems and power plants of appropriate airplane,


  • Flight performance and Planning

    (a) Effects of Loading and mass distribution on airplane handling, flight characteristic and performance mass balance calculations.
    (b) Use and practical application of take-off, landing and other performance data.
    (c) Pre-flight and en-route flight planning appropriate to operations under VFR; preparation and filing of air traffic services flight plans; appropriate air traffic service procedures, position reporting
    procedures; altimeter setting procedures; operations in areas of high density traffic.

  • Human Performance and Limitations

    Human performance and limitations relevant to the commercial airplane.

  • Aviation Meteorology

    (a) Interpretation reports, charts and forecasts, use and procedure for obtaining meteorological information pre-flight and in flight , altimeter
    (b) Aeronautical meteorology, climatology of relevant areas in respects of the elements having an effect upon aviation, the movement of pressure systems , the structure of fronts and the origin and characteristics of significant weather avoidance.

  • Air Navigation

    (a) Air Navigations , including the use of aeronautical charts, instruments and navigations aid and understanding of the principles and characteristics of appropriate navigation systems, operation of airborne equipment ,practical aspect of air navigation and dead reckoning echoing techniques.
    (b) Practical Air Navigation Using radio navigation aids.
    ( c) Use, accuracy and reliability of navigation systems used in departure on- rout, approach and landing phases of flight, identification of Radio Navigation aids,

  • Operational Procedure

    (a) Use of aeronautical documentation such as AIP, NOTAM , aeronautical codes, abbreviations and instrument procedures charts for departure, en-route, descent and approach.
    (b) Appropriate precautionary and emergency procedures, safety practices associates with flight under IFR.
    (c) Action to be taken to avoid hazardous weather, wake turbulence and other operating hazards associated with dangerous goods.
    (d) Operational procedures for carriage of freight, potential hazards associated with dangerous goods to be carried by airplane.

  • Principles of Flight

    Principles of flight relating to aeroplanes and Flight performance

  • Radio Telephony

    Radiotelephony procedures and phraseology as applicable to VFR and IFR operations, action to be taken in case of communication failure.

Job Opportunities :-

The demand for the pilot license holders is again growing stronger and the aspirants can now actually see their dreams flying to reality. The job of a pilot is a highly specialised 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.

Examination Details for Commercial Pilot License.

1. Air Regulation
2. Air Navigation
3. Aviation Meteorology
4. Air Craft and Engine
5. Specific of Air Craft

Note:- Students have to clear above papers and We Conduct only ground subjects classes. 200 Hrs flying and their charger are extra and students can select flying clubs their own decision and also can take advise from academy for Flying .

Schedule of 200 Hrs:-
Flying 50 Hrs Copilot
05 Hrs. Night Flight
35 Hrs Cross Country 10 Hrs Instrument Flying
100 Hrs. Pilot in Command

Training Partners



Admission Open

Admission open written and interview based

For further queries Contact ( +91 ) 7231855666, 7231955666..

Required

Career Opportunities @ Airwing Aviation
Contact Us for.
BDM
Counselor
Telecaller
For Franchise