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COMMERCIAL PILOT TRAINING
To be a commercial pilot, you are to obtain licenses for flying,
1. Student Pilot License
2. Private Pilot License
3. Commercial Pilot License

STUDENT PIOLT LICENSE examination covers Air regulation, aviation meteorology, air navigation, air technical. Minimum age is 16 years and minimum qualification is X pass only.

PRIVATE PILOT LICENSE can be obtained after you get the Student Pilot License. You are subjected to initial flying training accompanied by flying instructor. After about 15 hours of dual flying, the trainee gets solo flights. A total of 60 hours flying, including minimum 20 hours solo and cross country 5 hours, is required. Here the trainee must have acquired the age of 17 years.

COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENSE is obtainable after 190 hours of more flying. Educational qualification should be XII with physics and math and age between 18 to 30 years.

HELICOPTER PILOTS are required to get CHPL, Commercial Helicopter Pilot License. The PRIVATE Helicopter pilot license can be get after 40 hours of training in flying that includes minimum of 15 hours solo flying. And 20 hours more flying training with written examinations are required to get COMMERCIAL HELICOPTERE PILOT LICENSE.

AIR CABIN CREW includes Flight supervisors, Pursers, Air Hostesses and Flight attendants. The national carriers, Air India and Indian Air Lines and most of International Airlines and some of Indian private carriers recruit graduates in the age group of 19 – 25 years, where as all others recruit XII pass candidates, in the age group of 18 – 35 years.
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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERS design, construct, test, operate and maintain the basic structure of aircrafts and spacecrafts. Aeronautical engineering can be studied after XII with physics, chemistry and mathematics.

AEROSPACE ENGINEERS generally work as a team in designing, assembling, and testing aircrafts and spacecrafts.

AIRCRAFT MECHANICS work in the maintenance of aircraft frame, engine, electrical systems and other ancillary fittings. They work as line maintenance mechanics or they also work as overhaul mechanics. They have a B.Sc. degree with 2 years practical experience or a senior secondary certificate with diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering.

AIRPORT STAFF include a large number of people required to direct passengers, provide information, ticket checking, issuing boarding passes, luggage and cargo documentation, passenger listing etc.

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER, ATCO, looks after the movement of aircrafts on air routes and at airports during takeoff and landing.

COMMUNICATION OFFICER is incharge of general administration of communication facilities. He oversees transmission of operational messages, maintenance and update of information on all networks, national and international, on computers. He looks into traffic complaints and changes in airline schedules and timings.

COMMUNICATION ASSISTANT supervises operative duties, keep watch at positions in teleprinter exchange / distribution system at international station. He also holds charge of few minor stations. He also looks after the routine maintenance, adjustment and functional efficiency of equipment used in aeronautical communication service.

AERODROME OFFICER is incharge of air traffic control services, maintenance of aerodrome facilities, assistance to pilots for rescue operations and airport estate management.

MANAGERS take care of various departments. They are personal managers, legal managers, cargo managers, commercial managers, housekeeping managers, purchase managers and airport managers etc.

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