10 Steps to Become a Pilot After Class 12

1. Meet the Eligibility Criteria: Ensure you have Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects in Class 12

2. Gear Up for Medical Tests: Pass a rigorous medical examination to assess your fitness for flying.

3. Choose Your Pilot Path: Decide between a Commercial Pilot License (CPL) for airlines or a Private Pilot License (PPL) for private flying.

4. Research Flight Schools: Explore reputable flying schools accredited by the aviation authority.

5. Apply for a Student Pilot License (SPL): This license allows you to begin flight training under an instructor's supervision.

6. Ground School Takes Off: Enroll in ground school to learn aviation theory, navigation, meteorology, and regulations.

7. Log Your Flight Hours: Clock the required flight hours under the guidance of a certified flight instructor.

8. Pass the Pilot License Exams: Clear theoretical and practical exams to earn your desired pilot license (CPL or PPL).

9. Gain Experience (Optional): For airlines, consider building experience as a co-pilot or flight instructor.

10. Apply for Pilot Jobs: Start your career! Explore airlines, cargo companies, or private aviation businesses.