We offer training for candidates who wish to fly for one of India's airlines. Our Professional Indian Airline Program meets all minimum DGCA requirements and hours. Successful completion of this program will also earn you all of the necessary FAA ratings. In combination, these two accomplishments will allow you to convert your licenses and ratings once you return to India.
Many of our graduates are currently flying for Air India, GO Air, Indigo, Jet, Jet Lite, Kingfisher, and B-Jets.
Our affiliate is an FAA-approved 141 flight school, which allows for Professional Career Training. Only schools which are FAA-approved and have approved training syllabi are able to issue visas for foreign students. This also means that our students receive training which surpasses FAA standards. The quality of student performance is measured through progressive flight exams and written exams. All training is documented and maintained to FAA standards.
Program Pricing & Length
Pricing includes all flight exams, written exams, books, and other study materials. Uniforms may be purchased in India, and must consist of five (5) blue pants and five (5) white pilot shirts.
Our academy offers low, competitive pricing on single-engine and multi-engine airplane programs running from Private to Multi Commercial ratings. (Even with other costs included, our training is generally more affordable than training at another school.) Beware of academies with high prices. These prices are usually attributed to new aircraft and high overheads. These schools often end up bankrupt, and you may run the risk of losing your invested time and money.
Our Professional Indian Airline Program can generally be completed within eight (8) months for dedicated candidates. However, some exceptional candidates have been able to complete the program in as little as four (4) months. Pricing for the program is based on the average student, and may be higher if additional flight or ground instruction is necessary. Again, this depends on the student's ability and dedication.
Indian Professional Pilot Program
|CPL Single & Multi Engine||PIC Hours|
|1 Set VFR-IFR Charts & Approach Plates|
|1 Airport Facility Directory|
|Oral Exam Guides (PPL/Inst./Comm.)|
|Jeppessen Private Kit|
|Jeppessen Instrument/Commercial Kit|
|Cessna 152 POH|
|Multi Engine POH (Loaned on premises only)|
|First Class Medical|
|Private, Instrument & Commercial Written|
|4 Practical Exams|
|100 Hours Ground School|
|15 Hours of pre & post Flight Briefing (private)|
|15 Hours of pre & post Flight Briefing (instrument)|
|15 Hours of pre & post Flight Briefing (commercial)|
|5 Hours of pre & post Flight Briefing (Multi)|
|50 Hours C-152 (Dual)|
|10 Hours C-152 (Solo)||10.0|
|130 Hours C-152 (Crew Time)||65.0|
|20 Hours C-152 (Dual IFR)|
|20 Hours Simulator Time|
|9 Hours Dual Commercial Training||9.0|
|8 Hours Piper Arrow (Includes Checkride)|
|15 Hours Dual Multi Training|
|8 Hours Solo Cross Country||8.0|
|5 Hours Solo Night Flight||5.0|
|2 Hours Day Dual|
|2 Hours Night Dual|
|8 Hours Single-Engine Checkride||8.0|
|Administrative and Registration Fees|
|I-20 Processing Fee/Shipping|
|Total PIC Hours as per DGCA||105.0|
|Total Flight Hours||267.0|
|Total Simulator Hours||20.0|
Total with Cessna 152 and Piper Arrow
Total with Cessna 172 and Piper Arrow
* This is not a guaranteed price. These prices are based on an average student. Students requiring additional flight or ground time will be charged according to the pre-established rates.
** Current prices are based on a $5.95 per gallon fuel charge. Any increase in fuel beyond this price will result in a fuel surcharge.