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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

CAN I FLY OUTSIDE INDIA WITH INDIAN LICENCE?redbird2021-01-23T10:25:14+05:30

A pilot must have Airline Transport Pilot Licence(ATPL) to be eligible to fly outside India.

WHAT IS TYPE RATING?redbird2021-01-23T10:24:43+05:30

A Type-Rating is a regulating agency’s certification of an airplane pilot to fly a certain aircraft type that required additional training beyond the scope of initial licence and aircraft class rating.

WHAT IS THE TOTAL DURATION OF THE COURSE?redbird2021-01-23T10:24:19+05:30

The duration of the course varies between 9-12 months, depending on the performance of the candidate.

CAN I BECOME A PILOT IF I HAD COMMERCE OR ARTS IN SCHOOL?redbird2021-01-23T10:23:38+05:30

Yes, Though you need to clear Physics and Math exam through National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS)

CAN I BECOME A PILOT IF I WEAR GLASSES OR CONTACT LENS ?redbird2021-01-23T10:23:04+05:30

Yes. As long as you have 6/6 vision with Glasses or lenses, it is acceptable as per DGCA.

CAN I BECOME A PILOT IF MY AGE IS 40 YEARS?redbird2021-01-23T10:21:51+05:30

60-65 is the maximum age limit as prescribed by DGCA

HOW MANY HOURS ONE NEED TO FLY IN INDIA TO QUALIFY FOR CPL?redbird2021-01-23T10:21:13+05:30

185 Hours on Single Engine Aircraft and 15 Hours on Multi-Engine Aircraft.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PPL AND CPL?redbird2021-01-23T10:20:31+05:30

CPL is the license given to those who wish to take up career as a pilot with the commercial airlines whereas PPL is for those who wish to be a pilot as a hobby or for those who own an aircraft. A person who holds CPL must have obtained PPL earlier whereas PPL can be obtained directly