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Commercial Pilot License Program

For Indian DCGA

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Throttle into
An amazing
career with our

Commercial Pilot License Program

For Indian DCGA

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Throttle into
An amazing
career with our

Commercial Pilot License Program

For Indian DCGA

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The disciplined program offered by TNC are available in various locations like USA, South Africa, New Zeeland and Canada with certification by the DGCA, FAA, SACAA, NZCAA, and Transport Canada respectively.

Recognized as one of the Best pilot training institutes in Delhi,
TNC Indian CPL Program
is the most popular choice of course for all Aviators.

The disciplined program offered by TNC are available in various locations like USA, South Africa, New Zeeland and Canada with certification by the DGCA, FAA, SACAA, NZCAA, and Transport Canada respectively.

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The disciplined program offered by TNC are available in various locations like USA, South Africa, New Zeeland and Canada with certification by the DGCA, FAA, SACAA, NZCAA, and Transport Canada respectively.

The disciplined program offered by TNC are available in various locations like USA, South Africa, New Zeeland and Canada with certification by the DGCA, FAA, SACAA, NZCAA, and Transport Canada respectively.

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Recognized as one of the Best pilot training institutes in Delhi,

TNC Indian CPL Program

is the most popular choice of course for all Aviators.

The disciplined program offered by TNC are available in various locations like USA, South Africa, New Zealand and Canada with certification by the DGCA, FAA, SACAA, NZCAA, and Transport Canada respectively.

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FAQs

I Want to Become a Pilot, How do I Start?

Becoming a pilot involves clearing Class II medical followed by attending Theoretical Knowledge Training Classes (Ground Classes) and Practical Training (Flight Training) as outlined by DGCA India. Upon successfully completing these training sessions, you can then apply for a Commercial Pilot License.

What is the minimum qualification to become a Pilot?

Minimum educational qualification to enroll for a Pilot Training course is to pass in Class 10+2 (or equivalent) with Maths & Physics as compulsory subjects. You can pursue a CPL course after graduation as well.

Do I have to take any Medical Tests?

Yes, it is essential. Before commencing your Pilot Training course, you need to undergo a Class II medical assessment conducted by DGCA-approved medical examiners. Afterward, you must undergo a Class I medical assessment before applying for your Pilot License.

How many exams do I have to pass to get my Pilot License?

To become a pilot, you need to pass a total of 7 exams. The main subjects include Air Regulations, Air Navigation, Aviation Meteorology, and Technical General. Additionally, there are 2 technical-specific exams related to the type of aircraft you choose for your flight training. These exams are conducted by DGCA.

You'll also need to pass the RTR License examination, conducted by the Wireless Planning Commission (WPC) India, to obtain your Certificate of Proficiency – Radio Telephony (Restricted) – COP-RTR.

What is a Type Rating?

Type Rating is a vital qualification for pilots to operate specific aircraft, mandated for those with a take-off weight over 5,700 kg or turbine-powered engines. The course, lasting 1 to 3 months, covers aircraft systems, performance, and simulator training in normal and emergency situations. The duration varies based on pilot experience and chosen aircraft type.

What is a typical flight training day like?

Each day will be a combination of guided independent study, group study with fellow students, AATD simulator lessons, and flight lessons.

I did not study Maths & Physics in my Class XII. How can I become Pilot?

Rest assured, you have options. You can register with the National Institute of Open School (NIOS) or any other open school approved by DGCA. By passing the equivalent examinations, you become eligible to undertake a Pilot Training course. Additionally, you have the flexibility to pursue CPL Ground Classes and an equivalency course simultaneously, allowing you to save valuable time in the process.

Why Should I Become a Certified Flight Instructor?

Pilots often become Certified Flight Instructors (CFI) primarily to accumulate flight time, a crucial requirement for many aviation jobs, including commercial airline pilot positions. Teaching flight training offers a fast-paced environment, enabling instructors to steadily gain valuable flight hours. In addition to building experience, instructing reinforces the instructor's own knowledge from initial flight training. Over time, CFIs become highly skilled pilots with the privilege of training and endorsing fellow pilots for FAA practical tests.

What Are the Different Types of Flight Instructor Certifications?

Further milestones may be met within the category of flight instructor, earning you different types of certifications:

  • Certified Flight Instructor (CFI): A flight instructor for single-engine aircraft
  • Certified Flight Instructor – Instrument (CFII): A flight instructor that teaches instrument flying
  • Multi-Engine Instructor (MEI): A flight instructor for multi-engine aircraft
Why Should I Get My Multi Engine Rating?

There are several reasons why a pilot might want to earn a multi engine rating:

  • Pilot career advancement — required to fly for most commercial airline jobs
  • You're qualified to fly bigger, faster aircraft with greater range
  • Enjoy the inherent safety of having a second engine in the event of an engine failure