Training Programme

Training Programme

Welcome Aboard

Dear Pupil Pilot,

You are now entering a new world THE WORLD OF AVIATION, where you shall learn to fly and explore the unbounded limitations of sky-An experience close to the divinity.

Dedication, discipline and daring soul, are the only soul mates/norms of this world.

Your’s sincerely
Shri Narpat Singh Rathore

Introduction to Aviation

The aviation industry in India is an full boom and lots of private operators are coming up with Airlines and Air charter operations. Commercial aviation includes passenger airlines and cargo planes, international air services, air taxi and charter operations-being major function. The Commercial airlines have typical Organizational structure. This includes airlines operations, maintenance marketing and finance divisions. The job of pilot comes under the airlines operation division. This profession comprising of Caption and Co-pilots constitutes the highly rated and one of the most adventurous career. It’s a specialized job and requires intensive training with strict scrutiny and stringent rules laid by Aviation Authorities. This profession demands a lot of time, dedication, patience& sacrifice.

Insight into Nature of Work

Pilot fly aircrafts on long and short flights. One hour before take-off pilots check pre-flight plans .These includes the route to be taken and height maintained and also include meteorological information. Pilots have to do complex calculations of take-off and landing and they have to work out the fuel needed for distance to be traveled and height and weight to be maintained. They check equipments and instrument and do briefing to the flight crew. In-flight-pilots have to interpret the data instruments and control. The most difficult part for a pilot job is Landing and take-off. Pilots maintain contact with air traffic controls and cabin crew throughout the flight. They also speak at intervals to passengers, giving them information over the public address system on speed and height, details of ground areas they are flying over. Duties are shared usually with one co-pilot, After Landing the aircraft is taxied to its final position and engines are shut down by pilots. Later they prepare a flight report, noting and problems or instrument difficulties.


Pilot is a profession of discipline, patience, responsibility, punctuality, commitment and dedication job requires of hard work, stamina, alertness of mind, adaptability to follow difficult time schedules, ability to think in crisis, good team spirit etc. Apart from possessing these qualities the persons willing to take up this as profession, should be calm, pleasant, compassionate, understanding, technically sound and physically fit.

Fleet Aircraft

Cessna 152

Cessna 172

One (4 seater) training and Charter

King Air C-90

Soon to be inducted


Robbinson R44

One (4 seater) training and charter