EASA DGCA India 0-ATP Frozen
Global Aviation has partnered with local flight schools in India, to assist students complete all necessary steps required by DGCA prior to the start of the course in Greece. Upon completion of the course, our partners in India will undertake the conversion of the EASA license to the DGCA equivalent.
- Duration: 15 Months
- Fee: € 68,000
The EASA/DGCA INDIA 0-ATP Frozen is a complete course designed to train the student pilot from 0 up to the ATP frozen and to obtain the CPL/IR/MEP, Advanced UPRT, PBN and ATP Theory Credit. The course is designed to meet the requirements of both EASA and the Indian DGCA.
- At least 17 years of age
- EASA Medical Certificate
- Sufficient knowledge of the English Language
- Successful completion of the Pre-Entry Assessment
The PPL theoretical knowledge course comprises 9 subjects. These subjects are: Air Law, Aircraft General Knowledge, Flight Performance & Planning, Human Performance & Limitations, Meteorology, Navigation, Operational Procedures, Principles of Flight, and Communications. The duration of the theoretical knowledge course is approximately 2 months and can commence at any time during the year.
ATP Modular Theory
The ATP distance learning theoretical knowledge course comprises Bristol GS Computer Based Training (CBT), approved interactive video training, slide presentation, progress tests, sample exams and brush-up sessions for the final examinations. The student may also optionally purchase the hard copy Bristol GS Training Manuals (Books) for the 13 subjects. The 13 subjects are:
- (010) Air Law,
- (021) Aircraft General Knowledge,
- (022) Instruments & Electronics,
- (031) Flight Performance and Planning - Mass and Balance,
- (032) Performance,
- (033) Flight Planning & Monitoring,
- (040) Human Performance & Limitations,
- (050) Meteorology,
- (061) General Navigation,
- (062) Radio Navigation,
- (070) Operational Procedures,
- (081) Principles of Flight,
- (090) Communications
The flight training course comprises nine training phases (flying lessons), including at least 241 hrs without the examination flights.