Dean International Flight Training Academy is certified by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as an aviation training organization. Our training modules are certified under the FAA Part 141 Regulations, and are designed to help our students to achieve knowledge and practical skills to begin a Professional Career in the shortest span of time and budget.
The Indian Professional Pilot Program must comply to DGCA flight training program and aircraft requirements. The Indian Professional Pilot Program should meet the minimum 200 hours of flight training. The student pilot has to achieve the Instrument Rating and the Multi Engine Rating for a part of the program.
Indian Recency Program is a follow up training, in case of some student pilots, to complete the Indian Professional Pilot Program. This program is essential to the student candidates who are not current with their flight training. Under the Indian Recency Program it is mandatory fly least 2.5 hours multi engine, with an instructor, for the candidate eligible for Multi Engine Rating.
A Multi Engine Rating in the Indian Professional Pilot Program requires a candidate to have at least 10 hours of instructional flight on a DGCA approved twin or a multi engine aircraft. Most companies require 25 hours on a multi engine experience, with at least 15 hours on an actual aircraft. A multiengine rating is a step toward flying professionally for airlines and charter operators.