private pilot licenses/training (PPL)
Flying aspirants and enthusiasts have many doubts regarding PPL and the process of obtaining it. Some of the popular queries are- ‘How to get PPL in India and abroad?’, ‘How much flying hours (flying training) is required to become eligible to apply for PPL?’, ‘How much money one has to spend in order to get PPL?’. This article will answer all those questions. CALL 9953671249
Age: Candidate must not be less than 17 years of age when applying for the license.
Minimum educational qualification: Candidate should have completed 10th board exam (or equivalent) from a recognized board.
Medical certificate: Candidate must have a Class 2 Medical certificate. Should be medically fit as per the DGCA guidelines.
Flying experience: Candidate should have at least 40 hours of flying time (as pilot) under his/her belt. Flying training can be obtained from a reputed and recognized flying school.
Candidate should have completed the flying training in accordance with the syllabus prescribed by the DGCA. The candidate must demonstrate his/her flying skills (as the pilot or as co-pilot) by satisfactorily performing procedures and manoeuvres (prescribed in the syllabus) in front of an examiner. Such skills must be demonstrated on the type of aircraft to which the application for the license relates.