IAC : Commercial Pilot Licence Training Provider

Course

   Teaching is a noble profession, Indian Business Charters is committed to providing the best training available with the help of its Training partners Located in India and Overseas, imparting to the students the same degree of knowledge in every subject that their team of lecturers and specialists have.

   Our approach is more personalized. Ground schooling is conducted one on one with the ground instructor because we believe that students can better understand the subject matters and training in this method. We value quality over quantity and of course, SAFETY.

   We offer a variety of programs and courses that you can choose from. All our programs and courses are approved by the Civil Aviation Authority of the concerned Training partner in India and overseas, ensuring that what you will learn have passed international standards and recognized globally.

Integrated Pilot Training Program (IPTP)

8 Hours

  1. Definitions
  2. Applicability of the rules of the air
    • Responsibility/authority of the pilot-in-command
    • Pre-flight action
    • Use of intoxicating liquor, narcotics & drugs
  3. General rules
    • Negligent or reckless operation of the aircraft
    • Minimum heights
    • Cruising levels
    • Dropping or spraying
    • Towing
    • Parachutes descent
    • Acrobatic flight
    • Prohibited areas and restricted areas
    • Avoidance of collisions
      • proximity
      • right-of-way
      • approaching head-on
      • converging
      • overtaking
      • landing
      • emergency landing
      • lights to be displayed
    • Flight plans
      • submission
      • contents of flight plan
      • closing of flight plan
      • arrival reports
  4. Visual flight rules
    • Light gun signals
    • Time
    • Priority request
  5. Licensing of airmen (A.O no.60)
    • Student pilot
      • requirements
      • limitations
        • First solo
        • Flight area
        • Aircraft
        • Recent experience
    • Private pilot
      • Private pilot
      • requirements
      • privileges
      • flight experience
    • General rules concerning licenses

8 Hours

  • The atmosphere
    • Nitrogen
    • Oxygen
    • Carbon Dioxide and Other Gases
  • The Air mass
    • Atmospheric Pressure
    • The Effect of Oxygen Starvation
  • Physical Abnormalities during Flight
    • Hypoxia
    • Hyperventilation
    • Vertigo
    • Motion Sickness
  • Drugs
  • Alcohol
  • Carbon Monoxide

12 Hours

  • Introduction to Airplane
    • Varieties of Aircraft
    • Major Airplane Components
      • Wings
        • Wing configuration
        • Wing shapes
        • Wing types
        • Wing thickness
        • Constructions and parts
        • Outside control surfaces
          • Aileron
          • Flaps
      • Fuselage
        • Construction and parts
        • Design
      • Empennage
        • Vertical stabilizer
        • Tail rubber
        • Rudder trim tab
        • Trim system
        • Horizontal stabilizer
      • Landing Gears
        • Conventional
        • Tricycle type
      • Power plant
        • Types of engine
        • Types of propeller
  • Basic Aircraft Flight Instruments
    • instrument flying
    • Non-group instruments
      • Magnetic compass
        • variation
        • deviation
        • rule-of-the-thumb
        • acceleration/deceleration errors
      • Outside temperature gauge
      • Cockpit clock
    • Pressure instrument group
      • Airspeed indicator
      • Altimeter
      • Vertical speed indicator
    • Gyroscopic instruments
      • Attitude indicator
      • Heading indicator
      • Turn & slip indicator
    • How engine operates
    • Fuel System
      • Fuel grade
      • Fuel check
      • Refueling
    • Emergency Procedures
    • Pre-Flight Actions (checks & inspections)
  • Aircraft Powerplant and Related Systems
    • The Reciprocating engine
      • Engine Operation
      • Detonation
      • Types of engine
    • Cooling the engine
      • The cylinder head and temperature gauge
      • Oil temperature gauge
      • Oil pressure gauge
    • Ignition system
    • Engine lubrication system
    • Engine control and indicators
      • Tachometer
      • Manifold pressure gauge
      • Primer
      • Mixture control
    • Fuel supply system
      • Tank vent and over-flow drain
      • Fuel quantity gauge
      • Fuel selector valve
    • Airplane fuel system
      • Fuel pressure gauge
      • Carburetor system
      • Fuel injection system
    • Electrical system
      • Alternators/generators
      • Ammeter
      • Master switch
      • Fuses/circuit breakers
    • Aircraft propellers
    • Conclusion

10 Hours

  • Bernoulli’s Principle
  • The four forces
    • Lift
    • Thrust
    • Gravity
    • Drag
  • Stalls and It’s Causes
    • Factors that affect stall
    • Misconceptions regarding stalls
    • Stall recovery
  • Wing design
  • Plan form
  • The three axes
  • Aircraft stability
  • Ground Effect
  • How an airplane turn

17 Hours

  • The earth atmosphere
  • Green house effect
  • The inclination effect
  • Atmospheric pressure
  • Temperature
  • Humidity
  • Dew point
  • Clouds in visible moisture
  • Surface winds
  • Jet streams
  • Radiation fog
  • Advection fog
  • Local winds
  • Land and sea breezes
  • Mountain wave
  • Clouds and family
    • Basic types of clouds
    • Cloud family
    • Cloud pre-fixes and suffixes
  • Air masses
  • Factors which influence frontal weather condition
  • Fronts
    • Warm front
    • Cold front
    • Occluded front
    • Stationary front
  • Pressure areas
  • Icing conditions
  • Vortices
  • Density altitude
  • Weather reports and forecasts
    • Different kinds of weather reports
    • Weather symbols
    • Ceiling
    • Station model symbols

17 Hours

  • The aircraft Owner’s Manual
  • Effects of temperature and altitude
  • Density altitude and aircraft performance
  • Takeoff performance
    • Wind
    • Aircraft Weight
    • Runway Gradient and surface
    • Turbulence
    • Take off performance chart
  • Climb performance
    • Best rate-of-climb airspeed
    • Best angle-of-climb airspeed
    • Normal or cruise climbs speed
    • Rate-of-climb chart
  • Landing performance computation
    • Charts/tables
    • Graphs
  • Wind component chart
  • Rule-of-the-thumb
    • Load factor vs. angle of bank
    • Angle of bank vs. percent increase in stall speed
    • Percent increase in ground run distance
  • Angle of bank vs. percent increase in stalling speed and load factor chart
  • Jet blast
  • Lift-to-drag ratio

Aircraft Wieght and Balance

  • Importance of Weight
    • Checking the gross weight and loads
    • Conversion factors used in weight and balance computations
    • the loading sequence
    • MEUBAAR
    • Takeoff weight
    • Landing weight
    • Loads and load factor
    • Maneuvering speeds
    • Stalling speed
  • Importance of balance
  • Basic Method of weight and balance
  • Weight and balance principles
  • The weight and balance equations
  • The datum
  • Methods of determining weight & balance conditions
    • Graph Method
    • Computation Method
    • Table Method
  • Best loading arrangement

12 Hours

  • I. Air traffic controls
    • Definitions
    • Airport charts (familiarization & use)
    • Air traffic services
    • Controlled airspace
    • Aerodrome study
      • parts of the runway
      • runway lights
      • rotating beacon lights
      • navigational & landing instrument aids
      • radio communications facilities & freq.
      • Runway numbering
      • Aerodrome traffic procedures
      • Entry & exit to the traffic pattern
      • Aerodrome traffic procedures
      • Holding position
      • Approach/departure procedure
      • VFR minimum
      • Operation of aerodrome traffic
      • Control of an aerodrome traffic
      • Responsibility & compliance to rules and regulations
    • General Information
    • Special use airspace
    • Flight plans
  • Manila VR in-bound and out-bound corridors
  • ATC communication procedure
    • Different communication facilities
    • Aircraft radio operating procedures
      • techniques
      • ATC phraseologies
      • Radio phraseologies
      • Phonetic alphabet
      • transmission of numbers
    • International emergency signals
      • how and where to send a message
      • the four C’s in emergency situations

16 Hours

  • Radio familiarization
    • Frequency utilization
    • Frequency bands/bands assignments
    • Characteristics & limitations of radio signals
  • Basic radio aids
    • Non-directional beacon (NDB/ADF)
      • low/medium frequency band
      • components of the ADF airborne equipments
      • navigation by means of NDB/ADF aids
      • homing
    • Very high frequency Omni directional range (VOR)
      • very high frequency band
      • VOR navigation
      • VOR airborne receiver and components
      • VOR navigation procedures
    • VOR/VORTAC/TACAN operation limitation
    • Normal reception distance of VHF station
    • Enroute VFR/IFR communication facilities
    • Morse code

Basic Flight Computer

  • Two sides of flight computer
  • The changing values
  • Functions of flight computer as navigational aids
    • Finding the time
    • Finding the distance
    • Finding the rate/speed
    • Finding flight endurance or flight time
    • Finding fuel on board/load/burned
    • Finding the GPH (rate of consumption)
  • Other uses of flight computer
  • Temperature equations
  • Time conversation table
  • Solving true airspeed and density altitude

Flight Plan and Navigational

  • Charts
    • Charts and their uses
    • Chart symbols
  • Latitude and longitude
  • Time zones
  • Methods of navigating
    • Pilotage
    • Dead Reckoning
      • navigational terms
      • the navigational plotter
      • the flight computer
      • navigational formulas
      • wind effects
    • Radio navigational
  • Variation and deviation
  • Basic air navigation flight plan

10 Hours

  • Introduction to search and rescue services
    • Availability of Government Facility for search and rescue
    • Coordinating center and different search and rescue organization
  • Accident notification and accident inquiring
  • Rescue Coordinating Center
    • Rescue sub-center
      • Philippine Air Force
      • Philippine Coast Guard
      • Philippine National Police
      • US Naval Air Force in the Philippines
  • Emergency Procedures
    • Emergency Phase
      • Uncertainty phase
      • Alert phase
      • Distress phase
    • Emergency frequencies
    • Emergency message procedures
  • Pilot in command experiencing Interception distress call and observing accident
  • Emergency locator transmitter (ELT)
  • Procedures and signals for aircraft in Emergency
    • General Information of search and rescue on life saving service
    • Advance in the event of an emergency in flight air piracy (High Jacking)
  • Air piracy (high jacking)
    • Special Emergency Procedures
    • Special emergency Frequencies


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Contact us

Telephone:
Off : +91 22- 6529 9458    |    +91 22 2811 4695
Mr. Vivek Chaudhary        |    +91 996 765 8331

E-mail:
info@indianaircharters.com