Learn N Earn
Flying is every human’s dream, only few pursue…….
Under the Learn N Earn program a candidate obtains a FAA- ATPL with 2000+ hours of flight experience. Unlike the conventional CPL program offered by US flight schools wherein the candidate is compelled return to India after completion of the training. Our Learn N Earn Program gives the opportunity to our students to stay in USA upto 24 months after the completion of CPL.
Indian Aviation is growing at a very impressive rate hence, creating vacancies in all its segments- Pilots too. The airlines around the world too hire pilots from India too, which creates additional vacancies. Despite the fact that the aviation across the world is offering a lucrative and a promising career, many aspiring individuals shy away due to the high cost of training, competition involved and uncertainties.READ MORE
Private Pilot License
A short program suitable for individuals willing to pursue the love of flying as a hobby. The holder of a PPL can fly an aircraft of upto 12,500 lbs for personal purposes only.
The private license allows individual citizens to operate non-commercial aircraft for personal or recreational purposes. Most typical among these types are the aircraft manufactured by Cessna, Piper and Beechcraft, in addition to hundreds of amateur, or experimental built aircraft modelsREAD MORE
Instrument rating refers to the qualifications that a pilot must have in order to fly under instrument flight rules (IFR). It requires additional training and instruction beyond what is required for a private pilot certificate or commercial pilot certificate, including rules and procedures specific to instrument flying, additional instruction in meteorology, and more intensive training in flight solely by reference to instruments. Testing consists of a written exam and a practical test (known more commonly as the check ride). The check ride is divided into an oral component to verify that the applicant understands the theory of instrument flying and an actual flight to ensure the pilot possesses the practical skills required for safe IFR flight.
The modern aircraft has the abilities to fly in high altitude, rough weather and low visibility provided the pilots have the required trainings and endorsements too.READ MORE
Commercial Pilot License
A commercial pilot license (CPL), is a type of pilot licence that permits the holder to act as a pilot of an aircraft and be paid for his/her work.
The basic requirements to obtain the license and the privileges it confers are agreed internationally by International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). However the actual implementation varies quite widely from country to country. According to ICAO, to be eligible for a commercial pilot license, the applicant must;
- Be able to read, speak, write, and understand English
- Already hold a private pilot license
- Have received training in the areas of a commercial pilot
- Successfully complete the relevant written exams.
A certificate/license will contain a number of sub-qualifications or ratings. These specify in more detail the actual privileges of the license, including the types of aircraft that can be flown (single-engine or multiengine), whether flight under instrument flight rules is allowed (instrument rating)READ MORE
Multi Engine Rating
Multi-engine rating is an important step to become a pilot-in-command of an airplane having more than one engine. The work of multi-engine rated pilots is quiet challenging and at the same time exhilarating because flying a multi-engine aircraft is not easy as a single-engine airplane. Such pilots experience significant enhancement in terms of speed, performance and power. It is never be easy for pilots to control the twin-engine aircraft especially when engine fails. That’s why it is necessary for single-engine private and commercial pilots to go under professional training to get the certificate.
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.READ MORE
Indian Professional Pilot Program
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.READ MORE