Commercial Pilot License
Commercial Pilot License or in short CPL is a type of Pilot license that permits the holder to act as a Pilot of a commercial aircraft and be paid for his/her work.
Earning a Commercial Pilot License requires you to meet certain conditions as set by Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), which are as follows:
Commercial Pilot License in Brief CPL is a type of pilot license which allows the holder to act as a pilot of a commercial aircraft and be paid for.
To obtain a commercial pilot license, you must meet certain conditions established by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation(DGCA), which are as follows.
In case you did not have Physics or Math in your 12th Std. then you may utilize the option of clearing the said subject through National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) Now, in order to attain a CPL, you would have to clear stages which are:
In the event you had no physics or mathematics in your 12th std. then you can use the option to disentangle the topic through the National Institute. Now, in order to reach a CPL, you should reach the steps that are:
The duration of the ground school is 4 months. Our Curriculum is based on a blended pedagogy structure, majorly comprising of the Classroom and Online training for the following CPL subjects, as per the syllabus prescribed by the Director-General.
Ground school lasts for four months. Our programmed is based on a mixed educational structure consisting mainly of the classroom and online.
- Air Regulation
- Aviation Meteorology
- Air Navigation & Radio Aids
- Aircraft Technical General & Specific
- Radio Telephony
Flying and Simulator Training
At Redbird Flight Training Academy, you will avail excellent training in shortest span of time of 8 to 12 months. A minimum of 200 flying hours are required to issue CPL which includes below flying requirements:
Flight and simulator training At the Redbird Flight Training Academy, you will benefit from excellent training within 8 to 12 months. It takes a minimum of 200 flying hours to issue the CPL, which includes the following flight requirements:
- Not less than one hundred hours of flight time as Pilot-in-Command.
- Not less than Fifty hours of cross-country flight time as Pilot-in-Command.
- Not less than forty hours of instrument time of which not more than twenty hours may be on an approved simulator.
- Not less than five hours of flight time by night including a minimum of ten take-offs and ten landings as Pilot-in-Command as (sole manipulator of controls)
- Minimum 100 flight hours as pilot-in-command.
- Minimum 50 flight hours across the country as pilot-in-command. A minimum of forty hours of instrument flight time, with a maximum of twenty hours on an approved simulator.
- At least 40 hours of instrument flight time, with a maximum of 20 hours in the approved simulator.
- At least five hours of night flying, including at least ten takeoffs and ten landings as pilot-in-command (c-only). (sole manipulator of controls)