General Navigation, Instruments, Radio Aids to Aviation including GPS and FANS, Flight Planning (Basic & Advanced), General Aircraft performance covering Piston, Turbo Prop and Jet Aircraft, Maps & Charts, High/Low Altitude Radio Navigation Charts, SIDS & STARS, Approach and Area Charts, Additionally latest navigational developments such as EFIS & FMS.
Aviation Meteorology, Synoptic Meteorology, Indian Climatology, General Meteorology, High Altitude Meteorology, Met documents required for domestic and international flights etc.
ATC Flight Plans, ICAO Documents & Regulations, Aircraft Rules & Regulations governing India & applicable countries of operations, AIC, AIP, Radio Telephony & Communication Procedures etc.
Theory of Flight (Basic and Advanced), High Speed Aerodynamics, Piston Engines, Turbo Prop and Jet Engines, Various Aircraft Systems and Airworthiness requirements for the aircraft.
With ever-increasing air traffic covering our skies, the need for skilled RT operators is on the rise. With CPL one needs an Indian Radio Telephony Course to get the job. This includes transmission techniques for part 1 and technical subjects for part 2.
In GLOBAL AVIATION ACADEMY we offer Flying options in India as well as Abroad.
Flying in India:
Flying in India is more economical; as well as there are no language and cultural barriers.
Flight training in India is done accordance to the rules and regulations of DGCA, hence DGCA finds the paperwork and documentations more compliant.
On the other hand there can be delay in training due to unpredictable weather and scarcity of trainers and aircrafts.
(USA, Canada, South Africa)
The exposure of Flying and living in foreign country is more or less a great experience.
The airport infrastructure is definitely better & more equipped abroad. Flying schools there are known to have a technological upper-hand.
Coming to the aspect of time, due to a state-of-the-art infrastructure & ample of Certified Flight Instructors and Aircrafts to train with, a Pilot aspirant is able to complete his/her flying hours in just 6 to 9 months.
One of the factors for time saving is also the intensity of teaching. Due to the availability of more trained Pilot Instructors, the Trainee to Instructor ratio is high. This translates into personalized and focused training sessions which are highly intensive.
The only negative of flying from abroad is that conversions of licenses and papers can be long process and involves Red Tape; but in Global Aviation Academy students paperwork will be under seen by experts and the process would be expedited.