What is the eligibility criteria to obtain a Commercial Pilot License (CPL)?

a. Candidates must be 18+ years and have a minimum qualification of 10+2  (Physics and Maths).

b. Candidates must have a Class 2/ Class 1 medical examination from a DGCA approved medical examiner.  Link for DGCA Approved Doctors - http://www.dgca.nic.in/medical/class2-ind.htm

How much does it cost to obtain a Commercial Pilot License (CPL) in India?

The cost of obtaining a CPL in India is around 25-35 lakhs approximately. This would depend on your preferred choice of flying school.

What is the duration of the course?

The entire course will be completed within a period of 40-60 days.

What are the subjects?

Technical General, Technical Specific, Air Navigation, Air Regulations, Aviation Meteorology, RTR.

What is the examination fee per subject?

The fee per subject is INR 2500 per attempt except RTR which is INR 500 per attempt.

What is the minimum score to pass an exam?

The minimum passing score for each paper is  70/100.

What is the best method to clear DGCA examinations with ease?

Understanding the concepts and practising questions to effectively manage time is our best recommendation to clear your exams in a single attempt. Our subject handbooks and exam modules are a compilation of the best available study resources.

Does DGCA approve of doing ground classes and flying from two different places?

Yes, that is accepted. Our suggestion would be to clear your exams and then focus on your flying.

Can I clear the DGCA exam papers and complete my flying in the US?

Yes, absolutely.

Do you provide classes on weekends?

Yes, we provide weekend classes to candidates who have full-time weekday commitments such as a job or college.

Can I be a pilot if I wear spectacles?

Yes, so long as your vision is correctable with spectacles! You’d only have to carry a spare set of glasses while flying.