Course Details

Commercial Pilot Training (CPL)

Airrath Aviation Academy has designed a Commercial Pilot Training Programme. The course is so designed so to conduct Theory Classes, followed by the Flying Training abroad in Australia or US.

Airrath Aviation Academy provides you with professional ground training for obtaining a CPL, using world class training aids, by highly qualified and current Airline Pilots as faculty, who provide you technical education using the syllabus, as per guidelines issued by the Director General of Civil Aviation.

Airrath Aviation Academy has a State of the Art Training facility for the Pilots with Computer Based Training provided as well. The aspiring Pilots are required to either complete the required 200 hours of flying in India or abroad. If the student wishes to do his flying training in India then Airrath Aviation Academy provides all possible aid & also help the Student to get his DGCA license on completion of his Flying Training abroad. 


At AAA, we respect and nature every student's individuality and are devoted to giving our students training for life. Our subject matter relentlessly challenge limits and use innovative and experiential teaching methods to make the learning process extremely enjoyable & enlightening for our students.

The faculty at AAA consists of men and women of outstanding academic, research and professional caliber and they epitomes the commitment of AAA to help students succeed by providing quality, personalized instruction. Members of the faculty are encourages to continue the learning process through active participation in conferences, seminars and by publishing papers. In addition to providing knowledge and experience, the faculty commits its time to help each student achieve their individual goals.


What You Need to get CPL:

For gaining a CPL (Commercial Pilot's License) you need to undergo training in : Ground Subjects: Air Regulations: ATC Flight Plans, ICAO Documents & Regulations, Aircraft Rules & Regulations governing India & applicable countries of operations, AIC, AIP, Radio Telephony & Communication Procedures etc.

Air Navigation:

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.

Aircraft and Engines:

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.


As per the new DGCA regulations, the eligibility criteria are.

Should be minimum 10 + 2 (HSC) with Physics and Mathematics.

Should clear a Class II Medical before commencement of his Training.


Before enrolling students will have to undergo a Class II Medical exam, with a appointed doctor, who is D.G.C.A and FAA approved. Class I Medical Certificate issued by Central Medical Establishment on behalf of Director of Medical Services, New Delhi needs to be obtained before the issuance of a Commercial Pilot License by D.G.C.A.