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Indonesian Airline Pilot Course

Pullman Students

Especially for DGCA & Indonesian Pilots

Our professional pilot program for the Indonesian pilots is aiming to prepare students for a direct entry into airlines right after completion of this course

CPL Outline

 

ATTENTION: our Indonesian Airline Pilot program is an integrated flight training program from Zero to DGCA commercial pilot license with Instrument and Multi-engine ratings (CPL/ME/IR). For individual license pricing, please see our Modular Courses.

 

"What is the benefit of getting my FAA and DGCA flight training in the United States?"

If you look at the general cost of flight training in the United States and Indonesia, they appear to be similar at the first glance. However, you must look into the details in order to appreciate the most important benefits of getting your license with us. Please consider the following factors:

Training in the United States Training in Malaysia


8 month guaranteed duration More then 12 months
Dual FAA and DGCA license Only DGCA license
Multi-engine CPL Singe engine CPL
Submergency in English-speaking environment No such opportunity
More then 250 hours of flight time Under 200 hours of flight time
Ability to work in any ICAO country Limited to Malaysia/Indonesia only
COST: APPROX. THE SAME! COST: APPROX. THE SAME!

 

In Indonesia, the use of the title "Captain" pertains to CPL holders and above.

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Benefits

"What benefits will I enjoy once I get my FAA and DGCA CPL/ME/IR?"

FAA/DGCA CPL/ME/IR holders will enjoy a number of great benefits. Some of them are:

arrow Immediately eligible for employment as a First Officer in Indonesia and Malaysia
  Get a higher level of respect and a wider employability because you have the FAA and the DGCA commercial pilot licenses
arrow Unrestricted distance cross-country flying
arrow International flying
arrow Transport of passengers for compensation or hire
arrow Transport of cargo for compensation or hire
arrow Flying at night
arrow Flying in instrument meteorological conditions
arrow Operating multi-engine aircraft
arrow Receive compensation for air work, such as air patrol, aerial photography, parajumper carrier, banner towing, glider towing, aircraft ferry and so on
arrow Be eligible to undergo multi-engine jet or turboprop aircraft type-rating
arrow Be eligible for employment as a first officer in an pt.141 air carrier
arrow Be eligible for employment as a captain in a pt.135 charter operation

 

You will also enjoy the following benefits internationally and be able to:

arrow Rent and utilize aircraft in any ICAO country
arrow Convert FAA CPL to any ICAO CPL either directly or after passing several theoretical exams
arrow Use CPL as basis for continuation of your aviation training
arrow Obtain civil or military cadetship or advanced entry grants in your country
arrow Add practical aeronautical knowledge to other related professional qualifications
arrow Obtain academic credits when persuing university/college degree in aviation or related discipline

 

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Duration

"How long will it take?"

Raich Aerospace Group LLC Aviator DBA Sovrasco LLC Aerocadet DBA Global Air Ferry DBA We are projecting for every student to fly a minimum of 2 hours per day. Sometimes more. The actual program duration, from Zero to Instrument-rated pilot, will be 8 months and consist of the following 7 stages:

 

Stage 1 Private Pilot License, single engine (United States)

arrow 2 months, where
  arrow 1 months of theoretical knowledge prep
  arrow 1 month of practical flight training

 

Stage 2 Structured Hour Building, single engine (United States)

arrow 2 weeks, where
  arrow 50 hours of cross-country flight time between airports with distance not less then 50NM

 

Stage 3 Instrument Rating, single engine (United States)

arrow 6 weeks, where
  arrow 2 weeks of theoretical knowledge prep
  arrow 1 month of practical flight training

 

Stage 4 Structured Hour-building, single engine (United States)

arrow 1 month, where
  arrow 4 weeks of cross-country flight time between airports with distance not less then 50NM
  arrow 4 week of of CPL classroom and self-guided theoretical studies

 

Stage 5 Commercial Pilot, single engine (United States)

arrow 2 weeks, where
  arrow 2 weeks of practical flight training

 

Stage 6 Commercial Pilot, multi-engine (United States)

arrow 2 weeks, where
  arrow 2 weeks of practical flight training

 

Stage 7 Commercial Pilot, single-engine (Indonesia)

arrow 2 months, where
  arrow 4 weeks of conversion documentation preparation
  arrow 2 weeks of DGCA Air Law ground school
  arrow 2 weeks of Indonesian DGCA check-ride prep

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Theoretical Course

"How many hours will I need to study, in order to become a commerical pilot?"

The FAA regulations do not specify minimum required classroom time for candidates who want to obtain this certification. So, it is up to a flight training facility and a student's personal flight instructor to determine the required study hours. At Aerocadet, we require you to undergo 200 hours of ground school in a lectured, guided and self-guided format. The break-down is as following:

 

Stage 1 Private Pilot License

arrow 100 hours of theoretical knowledge prep, of which
  arrow 80 hours of theoretical study , of which
    arrow 25 hours of classroom lectures
    arrow 55 hours of self-guided study
    arrow 20 hours of one-to-one instructor lesson briefings

 

Stage 2 Hour Building

arrow 10 hours of general aviation studies

 

Stage 3 Instrument Rating:

arrow 90 hours of theoretical knowledge prep, of which
  arrow 70 hours of theoretical study , of which
    arrow 25 hours of classroom lectures
    arrow 45 hours of self-guided study
    arrow 20 hours of one-to-one instructor lesson briefings

 

Stage 4 CPL gound school

arrow 1 month, where
  arrow 100 hours of CPL classroom and self-guided theoretical studies

 

Stage 6 Commercial Pilot, single-engine (Indonesia)

arrow 2 months, where
  arrow 4 weeks of conversion documentation preparation
  arrow 2 weeks of DGCA Air Law ground school
  arrow 2 weeks of Indonesian DGCA check-ride prep

* All hours are estimated as average. ** Minimum FAA requirements.


 

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Practical Course

"How many hours will I need to fly, in order to qualify for CPL?"

The FAA regulations have certain minimum aeronautical experience requirements that are based on the flight time that an average person with good pilot abilities requires to become proficient in execution of PPL maneuvers necessary to obtain your private pilot license. Our course is based on these requirements and will, as a minimum, include:

 

Stage 1 Private Pilot License

arrow 40 hours of total flight time, of which
  arrow 20-30 hours of dual instruction, of which
    arrow 3 hours of cross-country flight training
    arrow 3 hours of night flight training, of which
      arrow 10 night takeoffs and landings
      arrow One cross-country flight of over 100 nautical miles total distance
      arrow 10 takeoffs and 10 landings to a full stop (with each landing involving a flight in the traffic pattern) at an airport
    arrow 3 hours of instrument flight training
    arrow 3 hours of if flight training in preparation for check-ride
  arrow 10-20 hours of solo flight, of which
    arrow   5 hours of solo cross-country time, of which
      arrow One solo cross country flight of 150 nautical miles total distance, with full-stop landings at three points, and one segment of the flight consisting of a straight-line distance of more than 50 nautical miles between the takeoff and landing locations.
      arrow 3 takeoffs and three landings to a full stop (with each landing involving a flight in the traffic pattern) at an airport with an operating control tower

 

Stage 2 Hour Building

arrow 50 hours of total flight time, of which
  arrow 50 hours of solo/PIC flight time, of which
    arrow 50 hours of cross-country flight time between the airports with the straight line distance of not less then 50 nautial miles

 

Stage 3 Instrument Rating

arrow 40 hours of actual or simulated instrument flight time, of which
  arrow 15 hours of dual instruction flight time, of which
    arrow 3 hours in preparation for the instrument check-ride
    arrow One cross-country flight of 250 nautical miles along airways or by directed routing from an air traffic control facility; An instrument approach at each airport; and three different kinds of approaches with the use of navigation systems.

 

Stage 4 Structured Hour-building

arrow 100 hours of total flight time, of which
  arrow 100 hours of solo/PIC flight time, of which
    arrow 50 hours of cross-country flight time between the airports with the straight line distance of not less then 50 nautial miles

 

Stage 5 Commercial Pilot, single engine

arrow 12 hours of complex aircraft training (Piper Arrow), of which
  arrow 10 hours of dual instruction flight time, of which
    arrow One cross-country flight of not less than 300 nautical miles total distance, with landings at a minimum of three points, one of which is a straight-line distance of at least 250 nautical miles from the original departure point. However, if this requirement is being met in Hawaii, the longest segment need only have a straight-line distance of at least 150 nautical miles; and
    arrow 2 hours at night

 

Stage 6 Commercial Pilot, multi-engine

arrow 12 hours of complex aircraft training (Piper Arrow), of which
  arrow 10 hours of dual instruction flight time, of which
    arrow 3 hours preparation for the commercial pilot check-ride

 

FULL PRACTICAL SYLLABUS

* All hours are estimated in accoding with the minimum FAA requirements.

 

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Cost

"What will be the estimated cost for this flight training course?"

The cost of flight training in accordnace with the aforementioned syllabus is:

arrow $64,995 USD, which includes:
  arrow 8 months accommodation
  arrow 2 months of full food ration while in Indonesia (stage 7)
  arrow Administrative expenses
  arrow Immigration (M-1 visa) fees
  arrow TSA fees
  arrow Ground school
  arrow Flight training
  arrow Theoretical knowledge exam
  arrow Practical exam
  arrow All applicable aircraft rental and insurance
  arrow Aviation headset rental
  arrow Flight instructor fees
  arrow Study text books (electronic and paper formats)

 

** Optional training is offered in C-172 or PA-28.

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Requirements

"What do I need to have in order to enroll now?"

Our requirements for this course are basic:

arrow Be 18 years of age
arrow Ability to understand, speak and write English
arrow Secondary education (high school or higher)
arrow Ability to obtain FAA Class II medical (see requirements)
arrow Financial capacity to sustain the entire program cost


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