Fee Structure

 
  Flying Charges per hour:
   
Cessna 152: Rs. 6,300/-
Piper Seneca: Rs. 29,000/-
Redbird MCX motion simulator- C-172 Glass: Rs. 2,000/-
Redbird MCX motion simulator- Piper PA-34: Rs. 2,000/-
Night flying: Rs. 3,000/-
   
Note: Migrating students will have the option of horizontal integration and can complete the remaining training upon payment of pro-rata charges.
   
 
  Private Pilot’s License:
An average student is expected to attain a PPL in 40 hours of flying training in a single engine aircraft.
The flying charges are as follows:  
Administrative Fee (non-refundable) Rs. 10,000/-
40 hours on Cessna 152 @ Rs. 6,300 Rs. 2,52,000/-
   
Total Fee for Private Pilot’s License:
Rs. 2,62,000/-
   
   
 
  Commercial Pilot’s License (Single-engine with Instrument Rating):
An average student is expected to attain a CPL in 200 hours of flying training in a single engine aircraft and 20 hours of instrument training in our Redbird MCX full motion aircraft simulator.

All airlines prefer candidates who have an instrument rating.

The flying charges are as follows:  
Administrative Fee (non-refundable) Rs. 10,000/-
200 hours on Cessna 152 @ Rs. 6,300 Rs. 12,60,000/-
   
Total Fee for Commercial Pilot’s License (single-engine with Instrument Rating) :
Rs. 12,70,000/-
 
   
 
  Commercial Pilot’s License (Multi-engine and Instrument Rating):
An average student is expected to attain a CPL-Multi (IR) rating in 185 hours of flying training in a single-engine aircraft, 15 hours of flying training in a multi-engine aircraft and 20 hours of training in our Redbird MCX full motion aircraft simulator.

All airlines prefer candidates who have an instrument rating.

The flying charges are as follows:  
Administrative Fee (non-refundable) Rs. 10,000/-
185 hours on Cessna 152 @ Rs. 6,300 Rs. 11,65,500/-
15 hours on Piper Seneca @ Rs. 29,000 Rs. 4,35,000/-
   
Total Fee for Commercial Pilot’s License (multi-engine IR):
Rs. 16,10,500/-
   
Note: The following are included:
   - Administrative fee (internet, operations fee, electricity, facility charges etc.)
   - Access and usage of: library, flight planning facility, operations rooms.
   - Provision of maps, charts, flight computers etc. for flight planning.
   - Stationary and training material.
   - Insurance cover for the trainee pilot.
Note: The Organisation will guide trainees in finding suitable accommodation as per their budget.
Note: Any other training-related services not specifically mentioned above (such as DGCA-documentation fees, night-flying charges, out-station landing and parking fees etc.) will be chargeable additionally, as per actuals.