Indian aviation industry has been growing rapidly which also opens up the new career option and opportunities to the talented and young generation of the country. Candidates from all over the country are interested and even taking admission in Star Educare to get the lifetime experiences and practical training. Aspiring pilots will get best guidance and advices from the experts which help them to do the job more confidently. Pilot training program is a specialized course which requires knowledge in various filed such as operating of electronic and mechanical controls, air navigation, control the airplane under adverse or emergency situations, interpretation of meteorological reports and many more.
Pilot training programs includes ground training syllabus which includes Air Regulations, Flight Performance and Planning, Aviation Meteorology, Aircraft General Knowledge, Human Performance and Limitations, Principles of Flight, Air Navigation, Radio Telephony and Operational Procedures. Apart of these topics candidates must have to complete the flying training as well. During flying training candidates has to complete the 200 hours of flight time after that only they can get the license of Commercial pilot. 200 hours of flying include 100 hours as Pilot-in-Command, 20 hours as Pilot-in-Command of cross country, 10 hours of instrument time and 5 hours of flight in night.
Pilot training academy in Delhi has qualified and skilled faculty who have many years of experience and knowledge in the aviation industry. Modern curriculum and infrastructure helps the students to get the best knowledge from the experts. Training academy also provide an opportunity to the students to get the campus placement or students can also apply individually as per their preference and requirements.
The demand for the pilot training program is rising stronger and the candidates can actually fulfil their dreams by joining the Pilot training academy in Delhi. Candidates who want to join the Pilot training must have to fulfil certain eligibility criteria which include 10+2 minimum or its equivalent with minimum 50% marks in the subjects of Mathematics and Physics. If, the candidate don’t have these subjects Maths and Physics in 10+2 then they also get an option of doing these subjects from National Institute of Open Schooling’s On-Demand Examinations. Candidates for pilot training program should be minimum 16 years of age and should be mentally and physically fit to complete the course. Candidates must also have perfect vision of 6/6 eyesight in both the eyes.