Am I eligible?

Am I eligible?

No, candidates without any flying experience are also eligible for this program.

Minimum qualification required to commence pilot training programme is 60% in 10+2 with 60% marks in English, Maths & Physics. If you haven’t done Maths and Physics in 10+2, you have an option of appearing for these specific subjects at 10+2 level from the National Institute of open schooling. You should also obtain a medical clearance from a DGCA appointed medical examiner.

Minimum age to commence pilot training is 18 years.

Yes, if you haven’t done Maths and Physics in 10+2, you have an option of appearing for these specific subjects at 10+2 level from the National Institute of open schooling.

The minimum required qualification for an airline pilot job is a basic Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) with an Instrument Rating (IR), Multiengine Rating and Aircraft Specific endorsement that will enhance your resume.

On average, it takes approximately 1.5 years (varies as per the student’s capability) to complete all the course requirements to obtain a Commercial Pilot License (CPL). After that, students will move to the Air India Training Academy for a type rating. It should take approximately 2 years to be “type-rated” on a Boeing or an Airbus aircraft type thereby becoming a type rated commercial pilot.

No, candidate can only apply post completion of class 12th.