Airman Flight Training, as a premier flight school, is responding to the challenge of producing world–class, professional pilots. Our curriculum meets global standards: those required by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Director General Of civil Aviation (DGCA) and the Civil Aviation Authority Of Nepal (CAAN) .
A commercial pilot may be compensated for flying.
In short, a Commercial Pilot Certificate legally allows you to get paid as a pilot. After acquiring your Commercial Pilot License, you can start looking for Low Time pilot jobs to build your experience to move further in your career.
Yes, we do have programs for the international students. We teach students from all over the world. These programs are specially curated according to their country specific requirements to become a commercial pilot.
Instrument rating qualifies a pilot to fly under instrument flight rules (IFR). It requires specific training beyond what is required for a private pilot certificate or commercial pilot certificate.
Airlines and Corporate companies all operate under IFR. You can think of it as precision flying which allows you to be safe in bad weather and bad visibility.
Although you don't need an Instrument rating to become a Commercial Pilot, most companies require you to have one for safety reasons.
A Multi-Engine Land (MEL) rating allows a pilot to operate as pilot-in-command of an aircraft with more than one engine.
Multi-Engine rated pilots will experience the remarkable improvement in aircraft performance capability along with an increase in speed, power, and rate of climb. Managing the complexity and workload of a multi-engine aircraft is both exhilarating and rewarding.
Copyright © 2022 Airman - All Rights Reserved.