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Pilot Training CPL Classes ATPL Classes

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About Pilot Training

Q. What is Pilot Training?

Ans. Pilot training is the process of learning and developing the necessary skills and knowledge to operate aircraft safely and effectively. It involves classroom instruction (known as ground school) and practical flight training.

Q. How to become pilot ?

Ans. Becoming a pilot with Flying Star Aviators or anywhere else involves several steps:

  1. Meet Eligibility Requirements: Ensure you meet the age and educational requirements, typically being at least 17 years old and having completed high school with Math and Physics.
  2. Undergo Medical Examination: Pass a Class 2 medical examination to ensure you are medically fit to start pilot training.
  3. Enroll in Ground School: Begin with ground school, where you’ll learn aviation theory, air regulations, navigation, weather, and aircraft systems.
  4. Prepare for Written Exams: Study and prepare for written exams covering aviation knowledge. These exams are administered by the aviation authority (like DGCA).
  5. Start Flight Training: Begin practical flight training with certified flight instructors. Learn basic maneuvers, takeoffs, landings, navigation, and emergency procedures.
  6. Build Flight Hours: Accumulate the required flight hours for your chosen pilot license (e.g., Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License).
  7. Advanced Training and Certifications: Progress to more advanced training, including cross-country flights, instrument flying, and night flying. Obtain additional certifications as needed.
  8. Obtain Pilot License: Successfully complete practical flight tests to obtain your pilot license (e.g., Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License).
  9. Continued Training and Experience: Maintain proficiency through recurrent training and gain experience to qualify for advanced roles like airline pilot or flight instructor. 

Flying Star Aviators provides structured pilot training programs that guide you through each step of the process, preparing you for a successful career as a pilot. Start your journey with us today!

Eligibility to become a pilot


To become a pilot, you need to pass your 12th standard with Physics and Mathematics.


There are two types of medical assessments for pilots: Class II and Class I.

Computer Number

You need to apply for a computer number, which serves as your roll No.


You must pass all the DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) exams.

Flying Training

After passing your DGCA exam, you can proceed to flying training.


After completing 200 hours of flight time, you will receive your Commercial Pilot License (CPL).

DGCA Ground Classes Offer

About DGCA Ground Classes

Q. What is DGCA Ground Classes ?

Ans. DGCA ground classes are theoretical training sessions where aspiring pilots learn important aviation concepts before starting practical flight training. These classes cover topics like air regulations, navigation, weather, aircraft systems, and communication procedures used in aviation. They provide the necessary knowledge for pilots to pass written exams and build a strong foundation before beginning hands-on flight training.

Q. How can we pass DGCA Exams ?

Ans. To pass DGCA exams, attend the ground classes and study the provided materials by Flying Star Aviators. Take advantage of practice tests to assess your understanding and seek help from instructors if needed. Stay organized, disciplined, and calm during the exams to maximize your chances of success.

DGCA Exam Subjects

Air Meteorology

Air Navigation

Radio Telephony

Air Regulation

Technical General

Career Options

Airline Pilot

Charter Pilot

Flying Instructor

Benefits And Salary of a Pilot

In India, the salary of a pilot can vary based on several factors such as the airline, type of aircraft, experience, and seniority. Generally, entry-level commercial pilots in India can earn around ₹5-10 lakhs per year. As pilots gain more experience and advance to captain positions with major airlines, salaries can range from ₹20 lakhs to ₹50 lakhs or more annually. The exact salary will depend on the specific airline, routes flown, and years of experience in the industry.

  1. The benefits of being an Indian pilot include:

    • Good salary
    • Career growth
    • Job satisfaction
    • Travel opportunities
    • Health and insurance benefits
    • Retirement benefits
    • Skill development

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