Training in America.
This USA training is an intensive course of study in which the individual being trained learns to successfully fly an aircraft. The purpose of the course is for this individual to hone his or her fundamental airmanship skills.
USA Pilot Licences are respected and validated around the world.
Training that Meets DGCA Requirements
- Modern Fleet
- English Speaking Country (Aviation International Language)
- North American Flight Experience
- USA Licenses Internationally Recognized
- USA’s Diverse Weather Allows you to Fly in Conditions that You may not Experience Elsewhere
- Competitive Training Costs
- Opportunity to Work in USA (as a Flight Instructor)
- Advanced Training (Jet Transition, MultiCrew, Type Rating)
- Internationally Recognized Safety Record
- A minimum of 200 hours total flight time and 100 hours Pilot in Command time including 20 hours X-Country The Commercial course consists of 65 hours of flight training and 80 hours of ground school. The break-down includes a Night rating and VFR-over-the-Top rating.
- 35 hours of dual instruction
- 10 hours of advanced dual instruction including at least 5 hours of X-Country
- 20 hours of instrument time.
- 5 hours dual night
- 30 hours of solo flight time
- 25 hours of general practice, including airwork, and radio communication
- 5 hours solo night
- Straight line cross country of at least 300 nautical miles with landings at 3 airports other than the departure airport
- A minimum of 40 hours ground school. Including instruction on Air Law, Meteorology, Navigation, and General Knowledge.
- A Transport USA Written and Flight test is required.