Qualification for Pilot Training in India


Indira Gandhi Institute of Aeronautical Science and Government Flying Training Institute are the leading institutes which providing pilot license training in India.

Indira Gandhi Institute is providing Commercial Pilot License
Eligibility for Indira Gandhi Institute: 10+2 or its equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in Mathematics and Physics. If you are not studied physics and Maths and you have a dream of becoming a Pilot, still there is hope 

(If you don’t have Physics & Maths in 10+2 you have an option of doing only these two subjects from National Institute of Open Schooling’s On-Demand Examinations and can still start your Pilot training course. Visit www.nios.ac.in for details) 

At least 16 years of age to start pilot training. Vision in one eye must be perfect. (6/6 eyesight) In the other eye, you could have an imperfection of 6/9, which must be correctable to 6/6. You must be free of any disease that can hamper normal function.

Government Flying Training Institute Jakkur, Bangalore is providing below mentioned courses.

Student Pilot License 
 SPL is part of Private Pilot's Licence and Commercial Pilot's Licence. SPL course cannot be taken independently.. 
Educational Qualification: 10th Pass
No flight experience is required. 
No maximum age limit.

Private Pilot License
Min Age 17 Yrs.
Educational qualification: 10th Pass 
40 hours flying training followed by passing practical and written exams.
Duration 12 months. 
No maximum age limit.

Commercial Pilot License (CPL)
Min Age 17 Yrs.
Educational Qualification: 10 + 2 Passed with Physics and Maths from recognized board or equivalent. 
200 hours flying training followed by passing practical and written exams.
Duration 24 months. 
No maximum age but not advisable for candidates above 35 years due to cut off age for airline recruitment.
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