Friday, March 13, 2009

AVIATION EDUCATION,EDUCATION CONSULTANCY ZONE,AVIATION MANAGEMENT,AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING,PRIVATE PILOT LICENSE,COMMERCIAL PILOT


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CONTACT US:


AVIATION EDUCATION CONSULTANCY ZONE

NO.1762,VASANTHAM COLONY 1st STREET,

GROUND FLOOR

ANNA NAGAR,

CHENNAI-600040

TAMIL NADU,

INDIA


CONTACT PERSON:M.NISHA


PHONE :044-43538487


MOBILE:00 91 99626 08369

E mail; aecz@live.com

a_cz@live.com

Website; http://www.aecz.in/

Blog

http://aecz313.hpage.com/

http://aecz.blogspot.com/



ABOUT US

WE, AVIATION EDUCATION CONSULTANCY ZONE, HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED IN THE FIELD OF AVIATION FOR THE PAST FIVE YEARS.

OUR VISION IS TO PROVIDE OUR BEST SUPPORT AND GUIDANCE FOR STUDENTS IN CHOOSING THEIR CAREER IN THE AVIATION FIELD.

AT OUR ZONE WE MAKE ENDS MEET, WITH THE SUDENTS’ AMBITION AT ONE AND THE BEST AVIATION SCHOOLS AT THE OTHER.

WE ASSIST STUDENTS:

· TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT FLYING CLUB IN INDIA, UNITED STATES , AUSTRALIA , CANADA AND PHILIPHINES.

· TO CLEAR ALL THE DGCA ( DIRECTOR GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION FORMALITIES WITHOUT HASSELS.

· FOR THEIR MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS

· FOR CONVERSION OF ALL FORIEGN LICENCE TO INDIAN CPL .

WE GIVE THE FINEST GUIDANCE AND AVIATION SCHOOL OPTIONS FOR ASPIRING PILOTS.

WE EQUIP OUR STUDENTS WITH ALL THE NECESSARY QULIFICATION TO BECOME A SUCESSFULL PILOT.

JOIN US TO IGNITE YOUR DREAMS OF BECOMING A PILOT, TOUCHING THE SKYS AND BEYOND.
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ABOUT DGCA

Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is the licensing authority for issuing Indian CPL. There are certain procedures to be followed in getting the license. For your ready reference, we give the certain links.

CLASS II MEDICAL

Every student has to do Class II medical before proceeding for training. Below link in DGCA website shows the list of doctors in your area. Better to get prior appointment with doctor.
http://dgca.nic.in/medical/class2-ind.htm

APPLY FOR CLASS I MEDICAL

Student has to take the format from the below mentioned DGCA website link and fill up the required details. It is to be sent to the medical centre which he prefers.

http://dgca.nic.in/medical/medical-ind.htm

DGCA CLASS I MEDICAL CENTERS

Following link gives the list of Class I medical centers.
http://dgca.nic.in/medical/c1exam-ind.htm

PMR FORWARDING

Before the student goes for Class I medical appointment, his Class II medical file in DGCA to be forwarded to the Class I medical center where he got the appointment. Student, has to go in below link and submit for PMR forwarding.

http://dgca.nic.in/medical/pmr-ind.htm (this link is for finding the status of our request)

COMPUTER NUMBER APPLICATION FORM

Computer Number is required for applying for the DGCA examination. List of Allotted computer number will be given on DGCA website two weeks prior to the last date of submission of application for written examination of that session.

http://dgca.nic.in/forms/pilot/compno_pilot.pdf

PILOT EXAMINATION APPLICATION FORM

Applications should be submitted before their last date of submission but not before one month prior to their respective last date. List of admitted candidates will be given on website three weeks prior to date of examination.

http://dgca.nic.in/forms/pilot/pilotexam.pdf

LICENSING CONVERSION FORMALITIES

http://dgca.nic.in/licencing/conversion.pdf

AVIATION EDUCATION CONSULTANCY ZONE takes care of all your conversion formalities. It updates the students regularly with the changes in the DGCA rules and formalities. AECZ also undertakes liaison work for the other students who are in need to convert their license.

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ELIGIBLITY

ELIGIBILITY :

FOR COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENCE :

AGE :17 AND ABOVE

EDUCATION : +2 (HSC) PASSED WITH PHYSICS AND MATHS

MEDICAL STANDARD:MEDICALLY FIT ACCORDING TO DGCA STANDARDS

GROUND CLASS DURATION : 4 MONTHS

ADMISSION CRITERIA : MIN. 50 % MARKS

FOR PRIVATE PILOT LICENCE :

AGE : 16+

EDUCATION : 10 TH PASSED

MEDICAL STANDARD : MEDICALLY FIT ACCORDING TO DGCA STANDARDS

THE SAME APPLIES FOR APPLICANTS WHO ASPIRE TO BE HOBBY FLIERS AS WELL.

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DGCA SYLLABUS FOR

FOR THE COMMERCIAL PILOT EXAMINATIONS

Commercial Pilot’s Licence

CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENT

SECTION 7 - FLIGHT CREW STANDARDS

TRAINING AND LICENSING

SERIES B PART IV

Issue II dated 1.9.99 Effective 1.1.2000

1. INTRODUCTION

Sections J of Schedule II of the Aircraft Rules, 1937, stipulates, amongst other requirements, that

the applicant shall have to pass a written examination as per the syllabus prescribed by the DGCA for

issuance of Commercial Pilot’s Licence (CPL). Sections O lays down similar requirements for issue of

Instrument Rating (IR) of aeroplanes. This part of the CAR lays down the main topics of syllabus for

the written examination for issue of CPL and issue of IR in accordance with the provisions of

Schedule II. These topics of syllabus are in conformity with the knowledge requirements prescribed

in ICAO Annex 1.

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION

TECHNICAL CENTER, OPPOSITE SAFDARJUNG AIRPORT, NEW DELHI

Subject : Syllabus for Examination for Issue of Commercial Pilot’s Licence and

Instrument Rating- Aeroplanes.

2. SYLLABUS

Air Regulations

a) Aircraft Act, 1934 – Chapter I, Section Short title and extent, definitions, power to detain

aircraft, penalty for act in contravention of rules made under the act, penalty for flying so as to

cause danger;

b) Aircraft Rules, 1937;

c) rules of the air;

d) appropriate air traffic services practices and procedures.

Aircraft General Knowledge

a) principles of operation and functioning of aeroplane power plants, systems and instruments;

b) operating limitations of appropriate aeroplanes and power plants; relevant operational

information from the flight manual or other appropriate document;

c) use and serviceability checks of equipment and systems of appropriate aeroplanes;

d) maintenance procedures for airframes, systems and power plants of appropriate aeroplanes;

Flight Performance and Planning

a) effects of loading and mass distribution on aeroplane handling, flight characteristics and

Performance; mass and balance calculations;

b) use and practical application of take-off, landing and other performance data;

c) pre-flight and en-route flight planning appropriate to operations under VFR; preparation and

filing of air traffic services flight plans; appropriate air traffic service procedures, position

reporting procedures; altimeter setting procedures; operations in areas of high density traffic;

Human Performance and Limitations

Human performance and limitations relevant to the commercial pilot- aeroplanes;

Meteorology

a) interpretation and application of aeronautical meteorological reports, charts and forecasts, use

of, and procedures for obtaining, meteorological information, pre-flight and in-flight; altimetry;

b) aeronautical meteorology; climatology of relevant areas in respect of the elements having an

effect upon aviation; the movement of pressure systems, the structure of fronts and the origin

and characteristics of significant weather phenomenon which affect take-off, en-route and landing

conditions; hazardous weather avoidance;

Navigation

a) air navigation, including the use of aeronautical charts, instruments and navigation aids; an

understanding of the principles and characteristics of appropriate navigation systems; operation

of airborne equipment; practical aspects of air navigation and dead reckoning techniques;

b) practical air navigation using radio navigation aids;

c) use, accuracy and reliability of navigation systems used in departure enroute, approach and

landing phases of flight; identification of radio navigation Aids

Operational Procedures

a) use of aeronautical documentation such as AIP, NOTAM, aeronautical codes, abbreviations and

instrument procedure charts for departure, enroute, descent and approach;

b) appropriate precautionary and emergency procedures; safety practices associated with flight

under IFR;

c) action to be taken to avoid hazardous weather, wake turbulence and other operating hazards;

d) operational procedures for carriage of freight; potential hazards associated with dangerous

goods;

e) requirements and practices for safety briefing to passengers, including precautions to be

observed when embarking and disembarking from Aeroplanes;

Principles of Flight

Principles of flight relating to aeroplanes;

Radio Telephony

Radiotelephony procedures and phraseology as applied to VFR and IFR operations; action to be taken in

case of communication failure;

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The domestic Indian aviation industry witnessed a massive capacity expansion of 50% in the last financial year. As per the Airbus sales forecasts,India is the third largest market for new aircrafts in Asia,after China and Japan.India would require around 8,000 pilots and an equal number or more air cabin crew by 2010. Due to the acute shortage heavy pay packets are expected for pilots with a commercial pilot license (CPL). Along with flight deck and technical manpower, there is a huge demand for trained engineers,technicians,personnel for handling airlines in-flight,commercial and airport operations.
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Wanted: Pilots for empty cockpits

Cathay Pacific Airways, Qantas Airways and Emirates Airline are awaiting deliveries of about 400 planes to capitalise on Asia’s rising prosperity. Finding pilots is the next job. Boeing Co expects the region’s carriers to be the biggest buyers of twin-aisle planes as travel grows in China and India—home to a combined 1.1 billion middle-class people. Asia-Pacific airlines will buy about 8,000 planes worth $1.2 trillion over the next 20 years, Airbus SAS said.

Airlines worldwide need an average of 49,900 pilots a year from 2010 to 2030 as fleets expand, yet current training capacity is only 47,025, according to the International Civil Aviation Organisation in Montreal. That is sparking bidding wars as Emirates offers tax-free salaries and four-bedroom villas for captains, and AirAsia Bhd, the region’s biggest budget airline, gives tuition-free training.

“It’s a major issue and will be a big challenge to the industry’s growth,” said Binit Somaia, a Sydney-based analyst for the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation. “Even if you can find the pilots, you have to pay top dollar for them because they are so scarce.”

China, the world’s fastest-growing major aviation market, will account for a third of the region’s orders, Airbus, the world’s biggest aircraft maker, said in February. Its economy will grow 10.5% this year, compared with world growth of 4.6%, according to International Monetary Fund estimates. India, with estimated growth of 9.4% this year, may overtake China as the world’s fastest-growing major economy as early as 2013, according to Morgan Stanley. This year, the region’s carriers ordered 133 commercial jets with more than 100 seats, or 23% of the global total, according to Ascend Worldwide, a London-based aviation forecaster.

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