Computer Number is your unique identity available with the Central Examination Organization (CEO), DGCA to appear for all Pilot examinations. Candidates can apply for their Computer Number as soon as they receive their 10+2 mark sheets / Pass certificates, plus verifications of these certificates from their respective education boards. It will be desirable to have your Computer Number allotted by DGCA before joining the school, as this would facilitate future processes with relative ease. Once a candidate registers with us for Ground Classes for all the subjects, we provide complete assistance in applying and for the issuance of a DGCA computer number.
Before starting your flight training the medical fitness of a candidate has to be established by undergoing Class II medical examination by anyone of the DGCA approved doctors. Class II medical examination is valid only for the duration of flight training. The candidate must have undergone a Class I medical examination and declared fit before applying for a Commercial Pilot License.
We also help our permanent students in the entire process of Class II and Class I medical examinations.
For detailed procedure and guidelines for undergoing the medical examination click on the tab below.
After receiving the required documents from you, our US flight school will create the following documents and send you electronically.
1. Letter of Acceptance from our US flight school.
2. Signed I20 Application with specific SEVIS NUMBER.
3. Signed pilot training contract.
Using your SEVIS NUMBER you will be able to schedule your visa interview with US Embassy. Our staff will guide and help you with visa application.
Following are some of the important documents you should get ready prior to applying for visa interview.
1. Letter of Acceptance from US flight school.
2. Receipt of paid SEVIS fees.
3. Letter of Completion for DGCA ground classes.
4. Proof of your family home and assets.
5. Proof of funding for your flight training in US.
Coming Soon !
Coming Soon !
To get hired by the airlines in India, one must pass different types of interviews with the airlines. This process applies to most of the airlines in India. We will prepare our students for these different stages of interview process, which may include but are not limited to technical, human resources, psychometric, written assessments, etc.
The Airline looks at everything in their pilot while hiring, such as past employment, schools, flying hours, background checks, community involvement, your attitude, your professionalism. It all matters while one is giving an interview for the post of a pilot. The airline that you are applying for will have a benchmark you need to meet to be successful and progress to the next stages of the interview process.
Estimated duration for this program is about 2 months. For current fees please call or email us.
Copyright © 2023 Airline Pilot India - All Rights Reserved.
Owned & Operated by Pacific States Aviation