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Pilot course in india

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10 Aug '07 03:02 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.http://dgca.nic.in/). A very rewarding and challening career option indeed. All the best.
Answered by Saj Sierra, 10 Aug '07 06:17 pm

 
  
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You can visit following sites to get your answer:

http://www.deltaairaviationschool.com,
http://www.aiaadynamics.com,
http://www.phillipinespilot.com,
http://www.indoreflyingclub.com,
http://www.asiatic.co.in,
http://www.newflight.co.in,
http://www.aeroasia.co.in,
http://www.asiaticair.co.in,
http://www.aviationatlanta.co.in,
http://www.indoreflyingclub.com,
http://www.pilottraining.co.in,
http://www.americanflyers.in,
http://www.teamasiatic.com,
http://www.indianpilotcenter.com,
http://www.pptc.co.in,
http://www.indianaviationacademy.org,
http://www.indianaviationacademy.co.in,
http://www.indianaviation.org,
http://www.falconairways.org,
http://www.nasa.org.in
Answered by siya, 19 Jan '08 11:29 am

 
  
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contact Fursatganj, Rai Bareilly. (U.P.)
Answered by Rajiv Gupta, 10 Aug '07 03:04 pm

 
  
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