The Indian Professional Pilot Program must comply to DGCA flight training program and aircraft requirements. The Indian Commercial 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.
As most of the candidates seek training in a foreign country, it is necessary to compare the foreign program with the Indian program. Most of the countries adhere to ICAO’s minimum 200hrs criteria yet there may be minor to major differences between the requirements for the foreign CPL and Indian CPL.
The Indian Professional Pilot Program(s) conducted by Star Educare are designed keeping in mind that the candidate fulfils the DGCA requirements along with the foreign requirements without any extra training. The candidate is benefitted as our programs save time and expense.
The training program and costing varies at each location due to the difference in the local CPL requirement. For details you are kindly requested to contact us.