Educational Qualification: The candidate shall have passed Class Ten plus Two (10+2) or equivalent examination with Physics & Maths from a recognized Board/ University. Medical: Medical fitness as per DGCA standard.

A student, who has passed 10+2 from a recognized Board with "Commerce or Arts" subjects, should undergo bridge course in 10+2 with maths and physics from a recognized Board/University, to become eligible for CPL.

Yes, as per the new DGCA norms you can complete the DGCA theory exams.

Generally, airlines prefer pilots between 18 to 35 years of age, however if you have prior experience and you are below the age of 60 years, you may still join.

As per DGCA requirement, eyesight should be correctable to 6/6. Glasses are permissible.

Pass in 12th standard from a recognized Board with maths and physics as per the norms of Association of Indian Universities (AIU) New Delhi. In addition, the student has to obtain "Security Clearance" from DGCA, which normally takes two to three months.

Commercial flying is one truly global career opportunity. Commercial Pilots are required by:

  • All Commercial Airlines
  • All private Air Taxi service operatorsglobally
  • All State Governments for State owned Aircraft
  • Major Industrial Houses
  • Air Force, Army and Navy
  • Aviation Academies
  • Charter Companies
  • Off Shore Corporation

A CPL holder has the privilege of flying a passenger on board and seek remuneration whereas a PPL holder can take a passenger on board but cannot seek remuneration.

DGCA Ground school program covers the following:

  • Air Regulations
  • Air Navigation
  • Aviation Meteorology
  • Aircraft & Engines
  • Technical
  • Specific
  • RTR (A)

Aerodynamiks Academy does not provide loan facilities; however interested candidates shall be provided with supporting documents to avail the loans from the nationalized banks.

Aerodynamiks Academy does not provide loan facilities; however interested candidates shall be provided with supporting documents to avail the loans from the nationalized banks.

Class I Medical Assessment
Class I Medical Assessment is required for applicants and holders of:

  • Commercial Pilot's Licence (Aeroplane & Helicopter)
  • Senior Commercial Pilot's Licence (Aeroplane)
  • Airline Transport Pilot's Licence (Aeroplane & Helicopter)
  • Flight Navigator's Licence
  • Student Flight Navigator's Licence
  • Flight Engineer's Licence
  • Student Flight Engineer's Licence
  • Private Pilot's Licence (Aeroplane and helicopter) where Instrument Rating (Aeroplane and Helicopter) privileges are required

Class 1 Medical Assessment
Class 1 Medical Assessment is required for applicants and holders of:

  • Commercial Pilot's Licence (Aeroplane & Helicopter)
  • Senior Commercial Pilot's Licence (Aeroplane)
  • Airline Transport Pilot's Licence (Aeroplane & Helicopter)
  • Flight Navigator's Licence
  • Student Flight Navigator's Licence
  • Flight Engineer's Licence
  • Student Flight Engineer's Licence
  • Private Pilot's Licence (Aeroplane and helicopter) where Instrument Rating (Aeroplane and Helicopter) privileges are required

The Standards and Recommended Practices relating to:

  • Physical and mental requirements
  • Visual requirements &
  • Hearing requirements

Class 2
Class 2 Medical Assessment is required for applicants and holders of:

  • Private Pilot's Licence (Aeroplane & Helicopter)
  • Pilot's Licence (Glider); CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SECTION 7 SERIES 'C' PART I 26th August, 1999 Rev. 2, 13th February 2006 4 - Pilot's Licence (Balloons)
  • Pilot's Licence (Microlight)
  • Student Pilot's Licence (Aeroplane)
  • Student Pilot's Licence (Helicopter)
  • Student Pilot's Licence (Glider)
  • Student Pilot's Licence (Balloons)
  • Student Pilot's Licence (Microlight)
  • Flight Radio Telephone Operator's Licence
  • Flight Radio Telephone Operator's Licence (Restricted)

Student visa and vocational category

Pilots have a lucrative career and if travelling is a passion, then this job is for you.Networking with people of varied cultures across the globe, flying with a group of people who love their jobs and the airline biz is an exciting one. The career as a pilot is always different, it's stimulating, interesting, and is extremely rewarding

The Government of India is an ICAO Contracting State. Any Country which is signatory to the ICAO, the Indian CPL can be converted to that Country as per the rules drafted by the Regulatory Authority of that Country.

For example, DGCA is the Regulatory Authority for India, CASA for Australia, FAA for United States of America.

One cannot join the Air Force with a CPL since the Air Force has different criteria for selection and their training methods are very different as they fly a different category of aircraft and fly it for a different purpose from the one employed in training you as a commercial pilot. In order to join the air force one can either go through the NDA or through the short service commission. But for a flying job in the air force one has to go through the NDA.