How to Become a Pilot in India

How to Become a Pilot in India ?

A career as a pilot is exciting and rewarding. Airline pilots are highly trained, skilled professionals who can qualify to fly many kinds of aircrafts and helicopters. The skills demanded of a professional pilot include not only the ability to control the aircraft physically but also take the right decisions in complex situations.

The eligibility criteria to become pilot are:

  • Qualification of 10+2 with science stream
  • Age of 17 years and above

The candidate should medically fit to meet the required standards according to the DGCA, as tested by approved medical official.
The provisions to become pilot are student appeared for 12th exams are also eligible and students passed in arts/commerce will also be considered on their consent and agreeing to appear in two isolate i.e., maths & physics.

Air regulations, Air navigation, General and flight planning, Air meteorology, Aircraft and engine basics are well known for the students to understand the subject. The students selecting this career should be very sharp and intelligent as it is somewhat difficult in nature but the best career ig we succeed to learn. The paying scale is also so high for this career. There is also bachelor and master degree for this career as Aeronautical engineering. So by this course also we can become a pilot. The training period is the important in the study of a pilot.

Pilots are broadly classified into three categories namely commercial pilot, Military pilot, and Pilots in space. Some of the important flying schools are,

  1. Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Akademi at UttarPradesh
  2. Government flying club at Lucknow
  3. Andhra Pradesh Flying Club at Hyderabad
  4. Assam Flying Club at Guwahati

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