DGCA CPL Ground Classes in Kerala

Commercial Pilot License allows you to fly airplanes commercially. It’s like a driver’s license, but for airplanes. To get it, you need to go through training that teaches you how to fly safely and effectively.

In the theory part, you learn about things like aerodynamics (how planes fly), navigation (finding your way in the sky), air law (rules and regulations for flying), and meteorology (weather patterns). Once you’ve learned all this, you have to pass exams to show that you understand it.

Enroll for upcoming DGCA CPL Ground Classes batch today!

About Aviacons

Since 2007, Aviacons has been on the forefront in shaping 1500+ aspiring pilot dreams into successful pilot careers with our exclusive DGCA CPL Ground Classes.

This thrilling phase, lasting for four months, is delivered online at our state-of-the-art facilities in Kerala. This is the first step to embark on their journey to becoming professional pilots.

Why Choose Aviacons

90%+ Pass Rates

Our Ground Instructors not only teach you but also help in clearing exams providing all the required support.

1500+ Aviators Trained

“From How To become A Pilot?” to “How I Became A Pilot!” – Aviacons has helped more than 1500+ Aspiring Aviators to Become Successful Airline Pilots.

60K+ Training Hours

Aviacons has delivered over 60K+ training hours of domain-specific SMEs for every training vertical & backed by experienced professionals.

Subjects for Ground Classes

Air Regulations

This comprehensive subject encompasses Air Law, Operational Procedures, Human Performance and Limitations, and Communications. Air Law covers international and national aviation laws, regulations, and licensing requirements. Operational Procedures include standard operating protocols and emergency procedures. Human Performance and Limitations examine the physiological and psychological aspects affecting pilot performance. Communications focus on standard aviation communication procedures and phraseology.

Air Navigation

Air Navigation covers essential areas for safe and efficient flight. General Navigation teaches basic navigation principles. Radio Navigation involves using aids like VOR, NDB, and ILS. Flight Planning focuses on effective route management, while Flight Performance addresses aircraft performance principles. Mass & Balance ensures safe weight and balance calculations, and Instrumentation covers understanding aircraft instruments.

Air Meteorology

Aviation Meteorology studies the impact of weather on flight operations. This subject covers weather patterns, atmospheric conditions, meteorological data interpretation, and weather forecasting. It ensures pilots can anticipate and manage weather-related challenges effectively, contributing to flight safety.

Technical General

Technical General provides a detailed study of the technical aspects of aircraft. Principles of Flight cover aerodynamic principles and how they affect aircraft performance. Systems offer in-depth knowledge of various aircraft systems. Airframes focus on the structural components of aircraft and their maintenance. Powerplants deal with understanding aircraft engines and their operation, while Electrics cover electrical systems and their critical role in aircraft functionality.

Mock Examinations

In addition to regular instruction, we offer weekend consolidation sessions and mock tests as part of our comprehensive preparation for the CPL exams. These sessions are designed to reinforce the knowledge and skills learned throughout the week. During the consolidation sessions, students have the opportunity to review key concepts, clarify any doubts, and engage in practical exercises to solidify their understanding.

Aviacons Advantage

The Interactive Sessions and Guest Lectures by Airline Pilot, Air Force Veterans and will give you greater insights.

Interested? Enroll Now!

DGCA CPL Ground Classes starts in June 2024

Frequently Asked Questions

To become a Pilot, You must undergo Theoretical Knowledge Training Classes (Ground Classes) and Practical Training (Flight Training) as prescribed by DGCA India.

On successful completion of the training, you can apply for Commercial Pilot Licence.

Minimum educational qualification to enroll for Pilot Training course is  pass in Class 10+2 (or equivalent) with Maths & Physics as compulsory subjects.  You can pursue CPL course after graduation as well.

Don’t worry.  You can register with National Institute of Open School (NIOS) or any other open school approved by DGCA, pass the equivalent examinations to be eligible to undergo Pilot Training course. You can also do CPL Ground Classes and equivalency course simultaneously.  This will save time.

YES. You must get at least Class II medical assessment from DGCA empaneled medical examiners before you can start your Pilot Training course. Subsequently you must get your Class I medical assessment before you apply for your Pilot Licence.
You can start your Pilot training course once you are at least 17 years old. However, you will be eligible to apply and will be issued with Pilot Licence only after attaining the age of 18 years.

NO. It is not mandatory to complete graduation to become a Pilot. However, one can choose to start Pilot Training Course after completing graduation course.

Ideally the entire course can be completed in 16 to 18 months.

CPL Ground School or DGCA CPL Ground Classes are the theory classes which will prepare you pass CPL Examinations. It is important to acquire the subject knowledge and clear CPL examinations before you start their flight training. This is an important aspect of Pilot Training Course. When you complete the Ground Classes and clear CPL examinations, the Flight Training becomes lot easier and faster.

The CPL Ground Classes Course will take approximately 16 to 18 weeks. During Ground Classes course, we will help you with all the DGCA document formalities such as Computer Number etc.

You have to pass a total of 7 examinations.

Air Regulations, Air Navigation, Aviation Meteorology, Technical General are the four main examinations. There are 2 technical specific examinations for the type of aircraft you choose to get trained on for your flight training. These exams are conducted by DGCA.

You also have to pass RTR Licence examination (conducted by Wireless Planning Commission (WPC) India to obtain your Certificate of Proficiency – Radio Telephony (Restricted) – COP-RTR.

The Flight Training Course can be completed in approximately 10 – 12 months.

NO. There is no admission or entrance examination. However, you will appear a personal assessment interview at the time of admission. Post which the admission letter will be issued.

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