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What is the procedure to have a ppl 2 be a pilot?

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27 Aug '07 06:18 pm
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A very good career option indeed. With the aviation sector booming in India there is an acute shortage of skilled and trained pilots. You need to complete your +2 in science with PCM to seek a career in the skies. Pursue a professional course in pilot training. After completion of your training you can seek your professional licence from the DGCA (www. A very rewarding and challening career option indeed. All the best.
Answered by Saj Sierra, 27 Aug '07 10:05 pm

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Commercial Pilot Training..The Basic Prerequisites

i. You must complete your Class XII under the 10+2 system or its equivalent
with a minimum of 50 per cent marks in Mathematics and Physics.

ii. You must be minimum 16 years of age to be eligible for a Private Pilot
License and 17 for a Commercial Pilot License.

iii. Your vision in one eye must be perfect. In general medical terminology,
it is called 6/6 eyesight. In the other eye, you could have an imperfection
of 6/9, which must be correctable to 6/6.

iv. General physical fitness is mandatory. You must be free of any disease
that can hamper normal function.

Student Pilot License

i. You must appear for a written theory examination in Air Regulations,
Aviation Meteorology and Air Navigation and Air Technical.

ii. You must obtain a medical certificate of fitness from doctors designated
by the Director General of Civil Aviation. Only two bodies in India -- Air
Force Central Medical Establishment in New ...more
Answered by mani ramaratnam, 28 Aug '07 09:45 am

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