Private Pilot License
Private Pilot License (PPL) enables the holder to act as pilot-in-command for an aircraft, for a private sport and not for remuneration. The requisites to get the license issued is determined by the International Civil Aviation Authority (ICAO) and the implementation differs, depending upon country to country. After fulfilling the requirements from the ICAO, one may receive a Private Pilot License.
According to ICAO, an aspiring pilot the PPL certificate should complete training that includes the following:
- At least 40 hours of flight time.
- Pass a written examination.
- Complete minimum requirement of Dual and Solo Flights.
- Demonstrate of flight skills to the examiner, which may include an oral test.
TNC Aviation has been in the training industry since 2009. We are known to deliver exceptional standard training to the students and ensure their safety throughout the entire process. Understanding the proactive growth of aviation industry, and creating responsible and proficient professionals is our job and we take pride in dedicating ourselves to that cause. Our team of trainers include experienced, industry experts who know what it takes to build the right pilot out of a potential trainee.
Student Pilot License
A Student Pilot License (SPL) is issued to a trainee pilot. In order to operate an aircraft flying solo a Student Pilot License must be obtained. The Student Pilot License Process is as follows:
- The aviation medical examiner issues a certificate to the trainee.
- The trainee then submits the certificate to the instructor.
- The instructor then completes an application and sent it to Civil Aviation Department.
- The Local Civil Aviation Department grants a SPL to the trainee.
Night Rating gives the Private Pilot License trainees the privilege to fly at night under VFR (Visual Flight Rules). Not only this, Night Rating is also a requirement if you are looking up to Commercial Pilot License. It comes with dual benefits.
Instrument Rating makes reference to the qualifications that are required by the pilot to fly under the Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). It needs extra training and instructions that are in addition to the private pilot certificate or the commercial pilot certificate.
Radio Telephony is a means by which the pilots in the aircraft and the ground personnel’s communicate to each other. The messages and the instructions thus passed are of utter most importance for safe and smooth operation of aircraft.
Course duration is up to 2 months.
Course Eligibility Criteria
- The candidate for Commercial Pilot License should be at least 17 years of age.
- The candidate must hold a Aviation English Language Proficiency of Level 4 a Minimum.
- The candidate must have Category 1 Medical.
- Should have passed 10+2 with Math and Physics.