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Commercial Pilot License (CPL)
Training 
Course in India

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What is a Commercial Pilot License ?

Commercial Pilot License (CPL) is a pilot license that allows a person to act as a pilot of an aircraft.It is a license provided by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) which is the regulatory body for civil aviation, for students to act as a pilot, command any aircraft and get paid for it. A Commercial pilot License contains a pilot’s rating and the type of aircraft that pilot can fly listed on the license, to obtain and use the license a valid medical certificate and valid rating will be required to use. Flying a minimum of 200 hours will grant you the Commercial Pilot License (CPL). The duration of this course is 8 to 10 months. 

Commercial Pilot Training

To become a licensed commercial pilot students must enroll in a Commercial Pilot License (CPL) training course which is  a civil aviation course that allows a student to obtain & become a licensed pilot and fly aircraft.  A commercial pilot training course in India is offered at various commercial pilot training institutes & schools. In the process to grab a spot as a CPL training course student, one has to give entrance exams or can even get admission based on merit. The benefits of enrolling in a CPL training course and obtaining a CPL license opens a number of opportunities for students. A student with a CPL license can fly single & multi-engine aircraft. CPL training course includes general flying, aircraft testing & skill tests as per the regulatory body DGCA.

KEY FEATURES

1.  The course duration of a Commercial Pilot License (CPL) is about 8-10 months. 

2. The minimum age to enroll for the Commercial Pilot course is 17 years.

3. On obtaining a CPL pilots are paid handsomely with a starting salary of 1.5 Lakh per month.

4. Job opportunities for a CPL holder exist both in the private & government sectors.

5. There is not one but multiple job profiles for a CPL holder.

How to start your CPL Training?

Train for your Commercial Pilot License (CPL) with Maverick Aviation:

Maverick Aviation is one of India’s pioneers in offering specialized Commercial Pilot Training (CPL). The team of experts at Maverick Aviation brings all the knowledge and practical skills together to churn out a qualified pilot in you. The tailor made courses start from the most basic tried and tested methods to progressing towards advanced topics. We facilitate world class training for Commercial Pilot License (CPL).

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To become a licensed commercial pilot students must enroll in a Commercial Pilot License (CPL) training course which is  a civil aviation course that allows a student to obtain & become a licensed pilot and fly aircraft.  A commercial pilot training course in India is offered at various commercial pilot training institutes & schools. In the process to grab a spot as a CPL training course student, one has to give entrance exams or can even get admission based on merit. The benefits of enrolling in a CPL training course and obtaining a CPL license opens a number of opportunities for students. A student with a CPL license can fly single & multi-engine aircraft. CPL training course includes general flying, aircraft testing & skill tests as per the regulatory body DGCA. DGCA or Directorate general of civil aviation, which is the controlling authority of civil and commercial aviation in India, permits various pilot licenses like PPL, CPL and ATPL for training pilots of various levels.

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Mandatory Requirements for pursuing Commercial Pilot License Training: 

Age : The minimum age limit to pursue Commercial Pilot License (CPL) training is 17 years and the maximum age limit ranges up to 60 years-65years. 

Education: It is mandatory for all applicants to have passed class 12th with subjects: Math, Physics & Chemistry and a minimum aggregate of 50% passing marks. Incase your educational background is from other streams for e.g. - Commerce, Arts, etc. you will have to appear for physics and mathematics separately from recognized open schools such as NIOS "National institute of Open Schooling"

Proficiency in English Language : You should be able to understand, read and write English to pursue your CPL course.

Medical: You should have Class II Medical (Indian) with fitness certificate from DGCA designated medical practitioner.
 

Commercial Pilot License Training Course Footprint:

The footprint of the Commercial Pilot License Training course is a step-by-step guide to all the important aspects individuals aspiring to become a Commercial Pilot must consider. It is an understanding of the admission process, training to finally attaining the Commercial Pilot License (CPL).

Step 1: Starting with the most basic requirement of completing 10+2 with subjects Physics, Math & Chemistry.

Step 2: Undergoing a complete medical assessment to ensure you are physically capable to perform the job in whichever situation. FAA Medical Certificate is a must.

Step 3: Apply for your unique pilots computer number, to verify your identity, address and other relevant details to the DGCA.

Step 4: Apply For DGCA pilot exams. It will ensure your knowledge and skills in the field.

Step 5: To attain a Commercial Pilot License you must complete 200 hrs of flying, Preferably 180 hours of flying in single-engine aircraft, 20 hours of flying in multi engine & 20 hours of flying in multi-engine simulator
Step 6: Consider all career prospects of the field. You can join airlines or prefer ground training.

CPL Ground Training Classes for DGCA Exam:

Course Duration: 3-4 months

  • At Maverick Aviation we specialize in CPL Ground Training, our  pilot ground classes & the expert level of coaching for DGCA exams that we offer has held an expectational performance record over the years towards the DGCA CPL exams.

  • Our highly trained and committed staff ensure that the environment and content of all our ground classes for CPL exceed the expectations of our students.

  • Comprehensive study material, Questions Sets and proper CPL Ground classes are provided to each student. Tests are conducted in the DGCA ground class  throughout the term to gear them up for the challenging DGCA & Airline Examinations.

  • We use industry leading CBT (Computer Based Training) Programs with detailed Audio-Visual Guidance that make all our DGCA CPL ground classes more interactive with concepts easy to understand.

  • All candidates get lifetime access to the MAVERICK VAULT-Our very own Online Library for all your exams needs. We have a collection of over 150+ handpicked Books, Flight Trainers, Q-Banks and CBTs on various topics related to aviation available at your fingertips to ensure a great experience for your ground training for DGCA exams for CPL.

  • Lifetime  access to THE MAVERICK ACADEMY SERVER where you can interact, ask doubts, learn and even socialize with like minded individuals, mentors and pilots. 
     

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Ground Subjects for DGCA CPL Exams

In order to get a CPL License it is mandatory for every candidate to clear the DGCA CPL exams. These Exams are conducted every 3 months by the DGCA which means you have 4 attempts in a year.

The candidate has to prepare the following subjects:

  • Air Regulations

  • Aviation Meteorology

  • Air Navigation

  • Technical General

  • Technical Specific

  • Radio Telephony

  • Take a free demo lecture to see what is different at Maverick's

CPL Flight Training: 

Course Duration: 6-8 months (200 Hours)

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  • Finding the right Commercial pilot training school in india for your Pilot Training can be quite a daunting task sometimes, more so if you are an aspiring pilot with no clues based on which you can decide.

  • At Maverick Aviation we have therefore partnered with leading DGCA Approved Commercial pilot training institute in the country and abroad to provide the most affordable, transparent and quality flight training all under one roof.

  • Our instructors with guide you on all procedures and paperwork related to DGCA and otherwise and help you in your journey to transit from the classroom to the cockpit.

Commercial Pilot License Admission Procedure:

  • Candidate has to successfully complete his class 2 medical examination from a DGCA approved medical examiner to know if the candidate is medically FIT to become a pilot.

  • Do registration over email.

  • Provide the details once initially enquiry and admission is confirmed

Commercial Pilot License Career Opportunities:

A Commercial Pilot License holder has plenty of skyrocketing opportunities considering the ever increasing growth of Indian Airlines. 

  1. Candidates with a Commercial Pilot License are recruited by leading airlines like Air India, Indigo, Vistara, Spice Jet, Go Air, Air Asia India and more.

  2. CPL candidates are hired for reputed job profiles like Co-pilot, Captain, Chief Officer, Chief Pilot, Commercial Pilot, Commuter Pilot, Airline Pilot and more.
     

Our Training Facilities

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COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENSE  (CPL) TRAINING COST FOR MAVERICK CADETS

  • The course fee for a commercial Pilot License depends upon factors like the infrastructure, training facilities, training staff & extra facilities provided by an institute/school. 

  • Pilot training in India cost ranges from 35-45 lacs, for getting a Commercial Pilot license on a single engine & multi engine aircraft along with instrument rating.

  • The total fees include CPL ground training fees, books, study materials, question banks, documentation-paperwork, night flying charges, parking fees, outstation landing fees, flying kit, simulator flying etc.

  • For more details you can get in touch with our counsellor via WhatsApp or Call: +91-7400094474

Our Training Facilities

DGCA Flight Training Requirements

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On clearing all applicable theory papers and completing flight training you will be required to undergo flying skill checks with a DGCA appointed examiner to demonstrate your flying abilities.

  • Do You Need a Degree to Become a Commercial Pilot?
    To become a commercial pilot you do not necessarily need a degree. All you need is to be a CPL license holder approved by DGCA and a 12th standard qualified student.
  • How long is commercial pilot license valid in India?
    In India, a commercial pilot license (CPL) is valid for a period of five years. After five years, the license needs to be renewed through a process that includes medical examinations and other requirements to ensure that the pilot is still fit to fly.
  • How long does it take to study for CPL?
    There is no specific duration of the CPL course, the course completes as soon as the candidate marks the completion of 200 hours of flying.
  • How much does Commercial Pilot Training cost in India?
    The cost of commercial pilot training in India varies depending on factors such as flight school, aircraft type, location, and duration of the course. On average, CPL training in India costs between Rs. 35 lakhs to Rs. 45 lakhs.
  • What is the difficulty level of the pilot entrance exam?
    The level of the exam difficulty cannot be explained, it completely depends on your knowledge & understanding of subjects Physics, Chemistry & Maths until standard 12th.
  • Can we apply for CPL after 12th?
    Yes, a candidate is completely eligible to obtain a CPL on completion of standard 12th with subjects Physics, Chemistry & Maths and a minimum of 50% marks.
  • How many flying hours are required for the Commercial Pilot License (CPL)?
    To obtain a Commercial Pilot License (CPL) from the Directorate General Of Civil Aviation (DGCA) a candidate must have completed 200 hours of flying.
  • What are the requirements for a commercial pilot license?
    The requirements for a commercial pilot license (CPL) in India are as follows: 1. Age: The applicant must be at least 18 years old. 2. Education: The applicant must have passed class 12th or an equivalent examination with Physics and Mathematics. 3. Medical Fitness: The applicant must have a valid medical certificate issued by a DGCA-approved medical examiner. 4. Flight Training: The applicant must have completed at least 200 hours of flight training, including 100 hours of solo flying and 50 hours of cross-country flying. 5. Written Exam: The applicant must pass a written exam conducted by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). 6. Flight Test: The applicant must pass a flight test conducted by a DGCA-approved examiner. 7. English Language Proficiency: The applicant must have a valid English language proficiency endorsement on their license. 8. Instrument Rating: The applicant must have an Instrument Rating (IR) endorsement on their license, which allows them to fly in low visibility conditions using instruments. These are the basic requirements for obtaining a CPL in India, but there may be additional requirements depending on the specific type of CPL and the category of aircraft that the applicant wishes to fly.
  • Does the B.Sc. Aviation Course involve flying training ?
    The B.Sc. Aviation program is an undergraduate degree that provides a comprehensive overview of the aviation industry. It covers a broad range of subjects such as airport operations, air regulations, aviation weather, airport security, safety measures, and dangerous goods. In addition to these theoretical subjects, the program also includes training for Commercial Pilot Licenses (CPL), which involves flight training. This program is designed to provide students with a well-rounded education that prepares them for various careers in the aviation sector.
  • Why Choose B.Sc Aviation?
    BS.c in aviation is a holistic aviation course which enables a larger number of career opportunities & roles for a candidate in the aviation sector. A candidate can choose a role that interests him or her be it ground duty, flying jobs or the technical jobs.
  • How much does BCS in aviation cost in India?
    The average tuition fee for BSc in Aviation from India ranges between Rs.1.8lakhs. This amount is external to factors like accommodation, facilities etc that colleges provide.
  • What type of jobs do I get after completing BSc in Aviation?
    Job as Flight attendants, Air traffic controllers, Cargo Managers, Airport ,Flight Test Engineer, Air Traffic Controller, ground duty manager, Commercial Pilot & more.
  • What are the best career opportunities after BSc Aviation?
    There are a plenty of job opportunities that candidates are offered with post completion of BS.c in aviation. Carrier opportunity as Flight attendants, Air traffic controllers, Cargo Managers, Airport ground duty manager, Commercial Pilot & more.
  • Which course is better: BSc Aviation or BBA in Aviation?
    The difference between BS.c in aviation & BBA in aviation is that BS.c offers more theoretical knowledge whereas BBA offers more practical knowledge. The better course completely depends upon the candidates learning goals.
  • 1. Which Institute is best for pilot training in India?
    As one of India’s best commercial pilot training institutes, Maverick Aviation covers all aspects that helps a candidate ace the DGCA exam and excel in obtaining his/her commercial pilot license. Our expertise, customized curriculum & team members make the perfect combination that deems a pilot training institute as the best.
  • 3. Is there any entrance exam for pilot training?
    Currently there is no entrance exam towards pursing CPL training in India for candidates. However a few Cadet Programs do have entrance examinations if you choose to enrol in them.
  • 4. How much does aviation training cost in India?
    Commercial Pilot training in India costs about Rs.36-41 lakhs from a DGCA approved flight training organisation for getting Commercial Pilot License.
  • 2. How can I get pilot training in India?
    CPL training comprises of two elements: Theoretical knowledge & Practical knowledge that roughly take around 8-10 months in total. At Maverick Aviation our Vision is to facilitate and guide our cadets to procure quality, cost-conscious & genuine professional pilot training programs. For more details check out: https://www.captmaverick.com/post/why-taking-action-creates-success
  • What can you do with a private pilot license?
    Private Pilot training is strictly for personal use. You can fly an aircraft to fulfil a hobby, take on an adventure or for leisure.
  • How long does it take to get a private pilot license in India?
    To get a PPL you must complete your training that includes 40-50 hours of flying under PPL course.
  • How much does it cost to get private pilot license in Mumbai, India?
    The average estimated ppl license cost in mumbai, india colleges ranges from Rs. 8.5 lakh excluding of other factors like accommodation, location of the institute etc.
  • Which exam is required to become private pilot?
    To become a private pilot in India, an applicant is required to pass a written exam called the Private Pilot License (PPL) exam, which is conducted by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). The PPL exam covers subjects such as air regulations, aviation meteorology, air navigation, aircraft and engine, and human performance and limitations. Additionally, the applicant must complete a minimum of 40 hours of flight training, including 20 hours of solo flying, and pass a flight test conducted by a DGCA-approved examiner to obtain a PPL.
  • How do I get a private pilot license?
    To obtain a Private Pilot License one must complete their flying training of up to 40-50 hours for a aviation training institute/school.
  • What are the requirements to be a private pilot in India?
    The requirements to become a private pilot in India are as follows: 1. Age: The applicant must be at least 17 years old. 2. Education: The applicant must have completed 10th grade or an equivalent examination. 3. Medical Fitness: The applicant must have a valid medical certificate issued by a DGCA-approved medical examiner. 4. Flight Training: The applicant must have completed a minimum of 40 hours of flight training, including 20 hours of solo flying. 5. Written Exam: The applicant must pass a written exam conducted by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) called the Private Pilot License (PPL) exam. 6. Flight Test: The applicant must pass a flight test conducted by a DGCA-approved examiner. 7. English Language Proficiency: The applicant must have a valid English language proficiency endorsement on their license. These are the basic requirements for obtaining a Private Pilot License (PPL) in India. However, there may be additional requirements depending on the specific type of PPL and the category of aircraft that the applicant wishes to fly.

Commercial Pilot License (CPL)
Training Course in India

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What is a Commercial Pilot License ?

Commercial Pilot License (CPL) is a pilot license that allows a person to act as a pilot of an aircraft.It is a license provided by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) which is the regulatory body for civil aviation, for students to act as a pilot, command any aircraft and get paid for it. A Commercial pilot License contains a pilot’s rating and the type of aircraft that pilot can fly listed on the license, to obtain and use the license a valid medical certificate and valid rating will be required to use. Flying a minimum of 200 hours will grant you the Commercial Pilot License (CPL). The duration of this course is 8 to 10 months. 
 

How to start your CPL Training?

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