Print Article
  BookMark Article

Author Login    Author Login

Existing members will have to use the lost password facility to get new username and new password

Welcome Guest! Please login or create an account.



If you do not have an account yet, you can register ( Here ), or you may retrieve a lost user/pass ( Here ).

Navigation    Navigation

   10 newest articles RSS

Author Highlights    Featured Author

Keith Faunch

View My Bio & Articles

Andrew Soar

"I love to write and design things."

View My Bio & Articles

David Dunst

View My Bio & Articles

Other Websites    Websites of Interest

6 Important Tips Regarding Flight Training

Author : Ranjan S

There are numerous pilot flight training institutes in India and thus you have loads to choose from. From the business aspects too, the competition is extremely fierce amongst all the pilot flight training institutes. So if you are planning to go for pilot flight training in India and are unable to choose the institute in which to go to, then here are some very important tips to help you make a choice.

• The location of the pilot flight training school: If you are an aspiring student who wishes to undergo the flight training then, the first thing that you need to consider is the location of the aviation institute. You must check which state the school is located and what kind of weather does that region face throughout the year as these are some very important factors for getting the commercial pilot license.

Remember, if the weather is mild, you will get to log more flying hours quickly and also get your degree quickly in the process. However if the location of the aviation school is in the midst of a busy area where there is great density of traffic, then it becomes difficult to learn pilot training.

• The condition of the air craft in the fleet: the planes should be comparatively new. There must be quite a few numbers of planes in the fleet and they should all be very well maintained. The institute should also give you the access to the maintenance logs. Ideally, a training air craft should be serviced after each 100 hours of flight conducted. Even if the planes are not new, they must be very well maintained.

• The facilities offered at the aviation training school: In all cases, the first impression is the one that makes the most impact. A professional and a clutter free facility and infrastructure means the organization is well run.

• The ground school: The flight simulators are an integral part of any flight training. Before enrolling with any aviation institute, make sure to inspect the flight simulators when you are visiting the school. There are different categories of flight simulators and other flight training devices like the Part-task Trainers (PTT), cockpit procedures trainers (CPT) and the full flight simulators (FFS). All the flight training schools should have any or all of these flight simulators for providing smooth training.

• Professionalism of the aviation academy: the commercial aviation is strictly a business of professionals and thus it is very important to have a professional attitude always. When you tour the aviation school, make sure to notice whether all the personnel there have a professional approach to their work. If the school does not offer a professional feeling, then that particular aviation institute is just not the ideal one for you.

• Reputation of the aviation academy: when you consider a particular institute for pilot training course, then one of the most important things that you must check is the reputation of that school. If the institute is popular with its students, then you can go ahead with your plans.

Author's Resource Box

Aero Training Solutions NE with association with IFTC Istanbul provides various pilot flight training in India.

Article Source:

Tags:   flight training, pilot flight training

Author RSS Feed   Author RSS Feed     Category RSS Feed   Category RSS Feed


  Rate This Article
Badly Written Offensive Content Spam
Bad Author Links Mis-spellings Bad Formatting
Bad Author Photo Good Article!




Submitted : 2011-08-08    Word Count : 525    Times Viewed: 540