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INDIAN AIRLINE PROGRAM

INDIAN DGCA PILOT COURSE

For students from India who wish to fly for India’s airlines, Amber Aviation Academy’s India Airline Program meets all training requirements of the Indian DGCA. Successful completion of the India Airline Program will earn you the necessary CASA licences, ratings and hours required by DGCA, which will allow you to convert your licenses and ratings upon return to India.

 

TRANSFERABLE, TOP QUALITY AIRLINE PILOT PROGRAMS

Our flight school’s flight training courses are the leading Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) approved Professional Pilot courses. World-renowned for safety and rigorous training standards, licences and certificates issued by CASA are recognized globally by all Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA), including the Directorate General of Civil Aviation. CASA approved flight courses are the key to worldwide pilot career opportunities, as they require English Proficiency and successful completion results in an ICAO Level 4 English language endorsement, which is a required skill set for students intending to fly routes between countries with different native languages, opening up a world of possibility. 

 

 

 

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

  • Age: 18 years or older
  • Medical: Valid CASA & DGCA Class-I Medicals
  • High School pass in Physics and Math

EASY ENROL FROM INDIA

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REQUIREMENTS FOR THE INDIAN DGCA

Minimum 200 hrs of Flying total out of wihich:

 

100 HRS

as PIC
 

20 HRS

Instrument Flying + 20 Hrs Simulator
 

5 HRS

Night Flying as PIC
 

50 HRS

Cross Country (more than 100Nm Radius) PIC

CONVERTING AUSTRALIAN CPL TO INDIAN CPL

The conversion from an Australian CPL to an Indian licence is fairly simple; however you must plan your conversion process. If you don't already have a pass in the Indian CPL theory exams – you will first need to arrange to undertake the “Composite Paper” for the licence conversion. This is held regular times during the year by the Indian DGCA. Once this is completed you will need to undertake a check flight, and you can then be issued with an Indian CPL. Some of the aspects of the check flight can be covered while still in Australia, plus we can also supply additional documentation that can make this process simpler.

STUDYING IN MELBOURNE

Voted the world’s most livable city for the 6th consecutive year - It’s not hard to see why over 175,000 international Student’s choose to study in Melbourne each year. Ranked second only to Paris as the world’s most popular destination for international students. Melbourne prides itself on its quality of living, social inclusion and diversity.

A modern and sophisticated city with Australia’s biggest sporting and cultural scenes. Melbourne offers a truly unique education experience including;

  • Exciting festivals year round
  • The best shops and restaurants in Australia
  • Events for everyone throughout the year
  • World-renowned sports events
  • A relaxed and cosmopolitan lifestyle

Find out more about things to do in Melbourne or visit the Study Melbourne site for information about student life Melbourne.

 

ACCOMODATION IN MELBOURNE

Melbourne has hosted international students for many years and enjoys a mature, broad range of accommodation options for international students. The Academy international team is able to assist students by introducing homestay and other accommodation options to ensure your smooth transition to studying in Melbourne. As an estimate, weekly board at a homestay (including all meals) would be $220 – $280 per week.