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Why USA ?

Commercial pilot training in the USA has more advantages; you will get in your self-confidence. You will learn to fly an aircraft from expert instructors, and it will also boost your confidence and skills to become a professional pilot. When you get training to fly a plane, then the instructor will first provide you ample information about several parts of the cockpit and then give you coaching for the runway rules and then start coaching for flying the airplane under strict supervision. Regular training for operating aircraft will polish your skills and make you capable of obtaining commercial pilot license requirements.

FAA Part 141 Rating

  • Private Pilot 55 hours
  • Commercial/Instrument
  • Multi-Engine 1
  • Multi-Engine (India DGCA Requirement)
  • Solo: Cessna 172SP
  • India Airline: 220 hours Single Engine + 25 Hrs. Multi Engine = 245 hours
  • Basic: 140 hours Single Engine + 15 Hours Multi-Engine = 155 hours

Theoretical Exams

Towards the end of the course of PPL(A), IR(A) and CPL(A) you will have to demonstrate a sufficient level of theoretical knowledge at an FAA approved testing center in the form of a written test. To pass the written examinations you need to achieve a score of at least 70%, which is still a passing score. This test must be done before the Check Ride.


  • 18 years of age
  • High school education or equivalent
  • Read, write, speak the English language proficiently
  • Valid passport with at least 6 months before expiration
  • Available to be a full-time student 5 days per week

International Admissions Process

  • Indian students must apply for an M-1 visa and register with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) before starting flight training in the U.S.
  • A certificate of Eligibility for Non-immigrant Student Status, better known as Form I-20, is a U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) document issued by Paragon Flight that provides supporting information to the U.S. government for the issuance of your M-1 visa
  • Schedule Visa Interview: Our Admissions Team will assist in scheduling your M-1 Student Visa interview with the U.S. Embassy nearest you. Prior to the interview, our team will go over what to expect, suggested attire, required documentation, and additional interview techniques for successful issuance of your visa.
  • Obtain Student Visa: Immediately following the interview, students are informed if they have been granted the M-1 Student Visa. Once granted, students need to submit their passport and receive their visa stamp, which typically occurs within 5-7 business days.