India, a country often underrated as a choice for commercial pilot training, can turn out to be a goldmine for hopeful Pilots with the right bit of information and guidance. With a proven education system and a history of glorious aviators from our country, India is surely one of the best options out there to begin your Pilot Training.
The unique teacher-student relationship that is a part and parcel of our Indian culture and which only a flying school in India can provide is something that can’t be found anywhere else in the world. As a result, the students feel confident in information about the intricacies of this field and share their doubts with the capable instructor.
Feeling homesick can be an issue for many if getting skilled abroad. Getting your profitable Pilot Training from CPL Training in India covers you for that. Student can easily visit their home; enjoy the festivals while continuing their training.
Getting trained in India is cost-effective. The Cost of Pilot training in India from our partner flying school ranges between 30-35 lacs. India offers a wide variety of airspaces for training, ranging from uncontrolled airfields to busy commercial airports, which in turn offer hopeful pilots real-life skills in handling complex radiotelephony and instrument approach events at an affordable cost.
Being able to fly in the Indian airspace following the appropriate regulations, from a DGCA-approved flying school in India, gives the students an edge over others while helping them to hone their flying skills and build their confidence. These help you to be future-ready for the Airlines. Finally, training in India not only helps to skip the long queue for license conversion, as a result bringing down the overall cost for pilot training in India but also helps in getting your Commercial Pilot License issue at a faster pace.
India being a tropical country, can be quite a “spoilsport” for flying during the monsoons, but the dry winters and the sunny summers offer a good mix of weather to get done with your required flying hours.