An aircraft pilot or aviator is a person who controls the flight of an aircraft by operating its directional flight controls.
What Does A Pilot Do?
The most well-known pilots are those who work for an airline company, flying passengers who are commuting or vacationing. Their primary responsibility is to operate the aircraft, but their day consists of many hours performing other tasks. Pilots check the weather and confirm flight plans before departing.
They usually carry loads or do other work, such as crop spraying.
Usually, cadet selection programs do not require a diploma to apply.
On the one hand, candidates
Must be at least 18 years old,
Have knowledge of English and a
Private pilot certificate.
Pilot selection usually consists of several stages:
The importance of full training, licensing and certification should be emphasized. The pilot should also be familiar with flying various types of aircraft.
Regional aviation is a training ground for commercial airline pilots. This gives them an opportunity to extend flight hours and qualify for a larger fleet of aircraft. The search for aviation schools nearby is one of the first steps. There is no faster or cheaper way to become a commercial pilot.
There are many ways to get a certificate, including the type of aircraft you can study. Training in an aeroplane with a rear wheel, such as LETU, is more difficult than in other places. Errors can be more easily identified, enabling more accurate and safer training. You must know your weaknesses before you take on responsibility.
A practical test is proof that you meet the standards of a professional pilot. As for emergency measures, a simulated engine failure test can be expected. You may also be tested on the emergency operation of some aircraft systems.
A large number of candidates are rejected due to lack of Experience. Remember that the pilot needs at least 250 hours to obtain a commercial license. It is not possible to find work with aircraft without a commercial pilot license.
What are the skills required?
Get ready to prove
Good technical skills
Human skills and
Extensive knowledge of the industry and the airlines sought
Presence of mind
Can take quick decisions
Top Institutes offering Commercial pilot training courses in India
ACAA - Air Carnival Aviation Academy, Coimbatore
Sha Shib Aviation Academy, Sha- Shib Group of Institutions, Kochi
Wingsss College of Aviation Technology, Pune
PTC Aviation Academy, Chennai
Asia Pacific Flight Training Academy, Hyderabad
Rajiv Gandhi Aviation Academy, Hyderabad
How much does a Commercial Pilot make India?
Average Salary for a Commercial Pilot in India is Rs 1,648,485/yr
The average salary of Commercial Pilot with 1-4 years of experience is Rs 1,400,000/yr
At Senior level (5-9 years of experience) a Commercial Pilot in India makes Rs 3,000,000/yr
What are the growth opportunities for a Commercial Pilot in India?
You can join any government organisation that has a requirement of commercial pilots
You can also choose to be a pilot instructor in the colleges providing pilot training
Take a job as a pilot in the commercial airlines
You can start your venture after spending some time in the aviation sector
You can also join to fly private jets of celebrities, businessmen, etc.
What kinds of books and study materials are available for the entrance examinations?
Mock tests available online
Study materials available from the popular training institutes
NCERT syllabuses of physics, chemistry, and mathematics
Some popular books are as follows:
Problems in General Physics by Igor Irodov
Fundamentals of Physics by Resnick and Hallyday
Advanced Problems in Organic Chemistry by M.S. Chouhan
Concise Inorganic Chemistry by J.D. Lee
The Elements of Coordinate Geometry by S.L Loney
16 years’ Solved Papers of JEE Main by Arihant Experts
Covering Mathematics of NDA exam will be an added advantage
Major domestic recruiter airline companies are Indigo, Vistara, AirAsia, Air India, Air Charter Services Pvt Ltd, Air Charters India, Aviation India, Go Air Airlines, Spicejet and others.
Major Global companies are Lufthansa Group, American Airlines Group (AAG), Delta Air Lines, United Continental Holdings, Air France-KLM, Emirates Group, International Airlines Group (IAG), Southwest Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Air China.
Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata is considered as first Indian pilot.