A pilot is the driver of an airplane(Aeroplane) or helicopter. He is the most important person on board, the flight that ensures that the journey is done in a safe and secure manner. He needs to be a technically sound person as the journey might encounter harsh weather environments. He needs to ensure that the connection with the flight office is maintained throughout the journey of the flight. He also needs to take care that the departure and arrival of the plane is undertaken on time and as per schedule. He needs to ensure that the direction of the plane is also according to the fixed direction that is followed.

How to become a Pilot:

Candidates who want to become a pilot should earn a Bachelor’s degree in relevant fields like aeronautical engineering, physics, etc. A license to work as pilot is a mandatory requirement. Candidates should have at least 1,500 hours of experience to drive flights. There is a minimum age limit i.e., candidates should have crossed 23 years of age to become a pilot.

List of Flying Clubs in India

Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Udan Akademi, Rae Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh Aviation Academy, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
Amritsar Aviation Club, Amritsar, Punjab
Bihar Flying Institute, Patna, Bihar
Bombay Flying Club, Mumbai, Maharashtra
Gujarat Flying Club, Vadodara, Gujarat
Government. Flying Training Institute, Bhubaneshwar, Orissa
Government Flying Training Institute, Kolkata, West Bengal
Government. Flying Training School, Bangalore, Karnataka
Haryana Institute of Civil Aviation, Karnal, Haryana
Haryana Institute of Civil Aviation, Hissar, Haryana
Haryana Institute of Civil Aviation, Pinjore, Haryana
Ludhiana Aviation Club, Ludhiana, Punjab
Madhya Pradesh Flying Club, Indore, Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh Flying Club, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Madras Flying Club, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Northern India Flying Club, Jallandhar, Punjab
Patiala Aviation Club, Patiala, Punjab
Rajasthan State Flying School, Jaipur, Rajasthan
UP State Flying Training Institute, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh
Andaman & Nicobar Flying Training Institute, Port Blair, Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Assam Flying Club, Guwahati, Assam
Banasthali Vidyapith Gliding and Flying Club, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
Aviation Training Academy, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
Delhi Flying Club, New Delhi
Kerala Aviation Training Centre, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
Nagpur Flying Club, Nagpur, Maharashtra
Jamshedpur Cooperative Flying Club, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand






2 thoughts on “HOW TO BECOME A PILOT

  1. Nope, not one bit. As a matter of fact, it shows a lack of good sense. The last thing an AF incrutstor wants is to have to waste time breaking you from bad habits you picked up as a civilian student. I speak from experience because I was a Navy jet basic incrutstor for 3 years. Get a degree in whatever you have an interest and aptitude. You can fly with about any educational background you can imagine. You do not need to know how to build or maintain any airplane you want to fly. All the aerodynamics you need will be taught as part of conventional ground school. Earn a degree in something that can support you and your wife and children (when that happens). The degrees that the pilots had in my squadrons were across the board, from aeronautical engineering to foreign languages to journalism to mechanical engineering. None of us wound up on the dole.

  2. It won’t help one bit. It doesn’t matter which field your deerge is in. If you want to fly Blackhawks your chances will be much better in the Army. They have thousands of them. The Air Force has 70. You can fly in the Army with only a High School diploma

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