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Basic requirement to be a professional pilot is to obtain commercial pilot license from DGCA India.
Minimum 18 years of age and 10+2 Physics, Maths or equivalent from recognized board/University.
200 hours of flying training from DGCA approved FTO.
6 ground subject examinations [Aviation Metreology, Regulation, Navigation, Technical and Radio.]
Student pilot license (16 years, 10th pass).
Private pilot license (16 years, 10th pass, 40 hours of flying training and ground exams).
Commercial pilot license (18 years, 10+2 Physics, Maths, 200 hours of flying training and ground exams.)
Airline transport pilot license (CPL, 1500 hours, ground exams).
An Instrument Rating is a rating that is added to a Private Pilot or Commercial Pilot License and refers to the qualifications that a pilot must have in order to fly under Instrument Flight Rules or IFR.
Multi Engine Rating. A multi engine rating is a qualification, required to fly an aircraft with more than one engine. It can be considered as an add-on for a pilot so that an improved aircraft performance can be experienced, which includes power, rate of climb, speed.
Candidate can register with any of DGCA India approved flying training institutes by different means like mails, websites, telephone or by visiting in-person after fulfilling pre requisites.
Computer number can be generated once registration formalities on pariksha.dgca.gov.in are completed.
Every flying training organization in India conducts ground training for aviation subjects. There are private institutes also available for ground training at Delhi and Mumbai.
Simply put, type rating is a certification issued by the country’s regulatory body (such as DGCA in India) that certifies that a pilot is fit to fly certain types of aircrafts such as Airbus, Boeing, ATR, ERJ etc.
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