+91 98651 58585.
+91 98840 73410.
+91 77080 22277.
& Corporata Office
Office & Operation Base
|3rd floor, Jai Durga Complex,
#60. First Avenue Ashok Nagar,
Chennai - 600 083.
Salem - 636 309,
|Phone : 044- 4215 4551 /
2489 3757 / 2489 7206.
TeleFax : 044- 4215 4552 / 2489 4977.
|Tel No: 04290-220489/ 220490.
Fax No.: 04290-220491.
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The selection of candidates who wish to register for PPL
and CPL courses is done on the basis of a written test,
pilot aptitude test and interview. For PPL candidates, written
test will be on general English, Maths and Physics. For PPL
to CPL trainees, test will be conducted on Air navigation,
Aviation meteorology and Reasoning. Selected candidates for
PPL will have to undergo medical check up with approved DGCA
doctors and CPL candidates will have to go comprehensive check
up with institutes of Aero Medicine, Bangalore or Central
Medical Establishment, New Delhi. Candidates who are passing
out of medical exams will be selected and registered with
IAA for a training programme.
Minimum age limit is 16 years (17 years is needed for issue
Minimum Educational qualification is 10, +2 with physics
Candidates are required to meet the medical standard as
per the norms laid down by the Institute of Aerospace Medicine (IAM), Bangalore,
the Central Medical Establishment (CME), New Delhi
or at the Airforce Hospital, Jorhat by prior appointment.
This is a mandatory requirement before the issuance of the
Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL). For more details on medical
requirements, visit www.dgca.nic.in.
, New Delhi. At the
time of admission, students have to undergo Class II Medical
with the DGCA panelized medical examiners. However, the candidates
have to undergo a comprehensive medical investigation conducted