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Commercial Pilot Training In The INDIA

India, a country often underrated as a choice for commercial pilot training, can turn out to be a goldmine for aspiring pilots with the right bit of information and guidance. With a proven education system and a history of glorious aviators from our country, India is surely one of the best options out there to begin your pilot training.

The unique teacher-student relationship that is a part and parcel of our Indian culture and which only a flying school in India can provide is something that can’t be found anywhere else in the world. As a result, the student feels confident in learning the intricacies of this field and sharing their doubts with qualified instructors.

Feeling homesick can be an issue for many if getting trained abroad.Getting your commercial pilot training from a Pilot training school in India covers you for that. Students can easily visit their homes, enjoy the festivals while continuing their training.

Getting trained in India is cost-effective. The Cost of Pilot training in India from our partner flying school ranges between 30-35 lacs. India offers a wide variety of airspaces for training, ranging from uncontrolled airfields to busy commercial airports, which in turn offers the aspiring pilots a real-life experience in handling complex radiotelephony and instrument approach procedures at an affordable cost.

Being able to fly in the Indian airspace following the appropriate regulations, from a DGCA approved flying school in India, gives the students an edge over others while helping them to hone their flying skills and build their confidence. This helps you to be future-ready for the Airlines. Finally, training in India not only helps to skip the long queue for license conversion, as a result bringing down the overall cost for pilot training in India but also helps in getting your Commercial Pilot License issued at a faster pace.

India being a tropical country, can be quite a “spoilsport” for flying during the monsoons, but the dry winters and the sunny summers offer a good mix of weather to get done with your required flying hours.

Advantages of flying in INDIA


Cost-effective training. Students get a chance to fly in the Indian airspace and to different airfields, making them future-ready at a much affordable price.


Course completion time- 12 months.


Dynamic weather where our flight school is situated in Western India and Eastern India.


A hassle-free experience to get your commercial pilot license issued,skipping the queue for foreign license conversion.

Partner Flying School

Our DGCA approved partner flying school is situated in the lush greeneries of Western India, with its secondary flying base in Eastern India, Assam, with state-of-art facilities required for top-notch commercial pilot training. We believe that to be the best in anything "experience” matters a lot. Likewise, our partner flight school has been set up by industry professionals with years of experience in the field, which sure makes it a contender to be the best flying school in India. With qualified instructors, modern glass cockpit aircraft and state-of-art simulators, it’s one of a kind in India.

By keeping the right balance for the student to instructor ratio, our partner flying school claims to finish your commercial pilot training with a Multi-engine endorsement within 12 months, a feat unmatched in the Indian Commercial Pilot training scenario.

Our partner flight school’s motto isn’t merely creating Commercial Pilot license holders but preparing future Airline Pilots, which makes them the First Aviation academy in India to be recognized and approved by the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).


Pilot Training Courses Offered

  • Private Pilot License (PPL) - This license is ideal for aviation enthusiasts or hobby flyers.
  • Commercial Pilot License (CPL) - This provides students with a solid foundation of theoretical and practical flying training, allowing them to meet the required standard to secure a relevant pilot license to pursue a full-time career.
  • Instrument Rating (IR) – This refers to the qualifications that a student can undertake to fly under IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) and can be applicable to CPL and PPL.
  • Instructor Rating – This course is for students interested in becoming a flying instructor and the program includes an aspect of flight training as well as teaching the art of conducting lectures and briefings.
  • CPL (ME / IR) - CPL + Multi-Engine Type rating + Instrument Rating (IR) on a twin-engine aircraft. Students will learn about the overall aspect of flying, technical briefings and handling simulated emergencies such as engine failures etc. This course is recommended for Indian Students.

Pilot Training Cost In INDIA

Pilot training in India cost about 35-40 lacs from a DGCA approved reputed flight school, for getting a Commercial Pilot license along with a multi-engine instrument rating.

It is not unknown to anyone that Pilot training can burn a hole in the pocket. That’s why we believe in keeping everything transparent from the beginning to the end. Along with the unbelievable course duration of 12 months, the fee for pilot training in India from our partner flying school is between 30-35 lacs, which is cost-effective without compromising on the quality.

Students are offered comprehensive ground classes for all DGCA subjects to clear the DGCA exam, get to try their hands on the stateof-art simulators before flying the actual machines and have 200 flying hours along with a multi-engine endorsement at the end of this course.

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