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I have justr given my 12 board examination . i m a girl n interested in doing cpl (commercial pilot training). is it a good career option for girls?

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Asked by naina rai, 09 Apr '08 04:40 pm
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Unquestionably commercial pilot training. . . the info regarding to this is as follow by wikipedia.org. . .

Training
All training courses consist of some combination of theoretical learning conducted on the ground, and practical exercises conducted in the air. Initial training is often conducted in specialized training aircraft, which are designed for benign handling characteristics and lower costs compared to the aircraft which the pilot concerned is ultimately aiming to fly. Flight training devices, of which full flight simulators are a major subset, are also used to train pilots in some circumstances, at much lower cost and risk than actual flying. The minimum amount of flight training required for private pilots is generally set at 40 hours, however most students require 50-80 hours of training. For glider training the time and expense may be considerably less.

The cost of flight training can vary, at local part 61 flight schools it will be approximately $7,000 USD for a Pr ...more
Answered by ashish srivastava, 29 Sep '09 10:45 am

 
  
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Yes, visit http://www.flyaviationlink.com for cpl course
Answered by ruchi, 07 Jan '09 03:40 pm

 
  
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Yes very good option ........... Except v good salary u get all..........
try this ..
The Eagle Air Academy [ Pilot Training ]
is a group of Pilots, Airlines Professionals & Aviation organizations working in collaboration with many Aviation leaders worldwide for the smooth growth of Aviation activities in Asia . At Eagle Air Academy a team of experts with world-class experience is engaged in producing the new breed of aviation professionals needed to serve the aviation industry worldwide. We wish all of you to be a part of the elite fraternity whose expertise is in demand throughout the world. Flying is one of the most exciting and challenging careers you can take up.
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Eagle Air Academy
Asiatic International Aviation Corporation A# 108 Ambikapuri Extn, AirPort Road Indore 452 005 INDIA ...more
Answered by dolly chandnani, 05 Jun '08 08:09 am

 
  
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Visit www.aiacorp.co.in or www.aeroasia.20m.com
Answered by Ritika Juneja, 29 Apr '08 09:08 am

 
  
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Yes, its tough, you need to clear the papers first , as it is an expensive course be serious dont leave it in half way.If possible do it from US as you will be able to complete the flying with in 6 to 8 months. In India it takes around 2 years to completeit, as there are less aircrafts to complete the flying hours.
Answered by Sanjay Sharma, 09 Apr '08 04:45 pm

 
  
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Ya ofcourse
Answered by arpana, 09 Apr '08 04:42 pm

 
  
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No. its not a gud option.
Answered by prashant mishra, 09 Apr '08 04:41 pm

 
  
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