CPL/ATPL ground classes for DGCA

CPL/ATPL ground classes for DGCA

DGCA CPL Ground Classes

This course is for 3 Months to clear all DGCA Exams. Student pilots can join this course while flying or working anywhere. Flexible class timings are fully managed in the one aviation academy Air Regulations

Air Navigation

Aviation Meteorology

Technical General (Aircraft and Engines)

Technical Specific

RTR (Radio Telephony Restricted)

Simple your exams on the very first attempt & take skies from any FTO with our guidance and your analysis by interacting with various students from different FTOs who attend our courses at your Budget and convenience.

DGCA ATPL Ground Classes

Course for Both ATPL Written as well as Oral Exam as per DGCA syllabus

Air Regulations

Air Navigation

Radio & Instrument

Aviation Meteorology

 DGCA CPL ATPL Classes Features

Free Trial class session.

Dedicated Instructors.

2 Instructors per subject.

Pay per month (3 Installments).

Cancel Anytime, Flexible Refund Policy.

100% Refund within 15 days of enrolment.

100% Fees waive for DGCA Batch Topper.

IOS and android app support.

Be present at live classes on laptops, android ions, and iPad.

Dedicated we one aviation academy Learn & connect on the set-off.

Flexible class timing for working pilots.

24/7 course converse and collaboration on the platform. (No WhatsApp)

DGCA similar mock tests.

Daily coursework, weekly enlargement test.

Learner-educator, two-way communication.

PPL, CPL, ATPL online study programs for pilot trainees (DGCA)

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Aircraft Act, 1934 – Chapter I, Section Short title and extent, definitions, power to detain aircraft, the penalty for an act in contravention of rules made under the act, the penalty for flying so as to reason danger.

Aircraft Rules, 1937.

Rules of the air.

Appropriate air traffic services practices and procedures.


Interpretation and application of aeronautical meteorological information, chart and forecasts, use of, and events for obtaining, meteorological information, pre-flight and in-flight; altimetry.

Aeronautical meteorology; climatology of relevant areas in respect of the elements having an effect upon aviation; the movement of pressure systems, the structure of fronts, and the origin and characteristics of significant weather occasions which affect take-off, en-route and landing conditions; hazardous weather avoidance.


Air navigation, including the use of aeronautical charts, instruments, and routing aids; an understanding of the principles and characteristics of appropriate navigation systems; operation of airborne equipment; practical aspects of air navigation and dead reckoning techniques.

Practical air navigation using radio navigation aids.

Use, accuracy, and reliability of navigation systems used in departure enroot approach and landing phases of flight; identification of radio navigation aids.

ATPL – Ground Classes

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Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) is considered to be one of the highest forms of the Pilot license which allows you an opportunity to command an aircraft. If you want to be a future Captain anywhere around the world, ATPL is the next step that offers you a substantial Career Advantage

At we one aviation academy we offer ATPL preparation classes fully integrated with the DGCA CPL syllabus. Our Instructors will follow an extensive curriculum to prepare you for the ATPL Theory & Oral Examination. 

Eligibility for DGCA ATPL Exams

Age: Must be 21 Years of age at the time of application.

Medical: He shall produce on a prescribed performed a certificate of physical fitness from an approved Medical Board after undergoing a medical examination, during which he shall have established his medical fitness on the basis of compliance with the requirements as notified by the Director-General under Rule 39B;

Knowledge: Candidate must clear the following written examinations and viva:
Aviation Meteorology
Radio Aids and Instruments
General Navigation

Radio Aids and Instruments
General Navigation

Flying Experience:
A minimum of 1500 Hrs of flying is required; out of which 150 Hrs must be in the last 12 months. His/ Her total experience shall include:
500 Hrs of flight time as Pilot-in-Command or as Co-Pilot performing under the supervision of a pilot who fulfills the flying experience requirements of a Check Pilot.
Out of the above 500 Hrs of flight time, 200 Hrs must be Cross-Country including 50 Hrs of Night Flying.
Minimum 1000 Hrs of Cross-Country flight time
Minimum 100 Hrs of Night flying
Minimum 100 Hrs of Instrument time
Minimum 10 Hrs of flight time in the last 6 months
must have a valid Instrument Rating
must have a valid Flight Radio Telephone Operators License