How to Become A Commercial Pilot After Class 12 in Science Background?
Do you have a passion to fly an aircraft? Do you see yourself as a commercial pilot in future?
Wondering how you can become a commercial pilot after pursuing Class 12 from science background?
Here are the answers to all your queries!
Read this guide to gear up yourself for the journey of becoming a commercial pilot after class 12 (science).
What are the Eligibility Criteria to Become a Pilot?
Before you start seeing yourself as a commercial pilot already, stop here and analyze whether you meet the required conditions and criterion to become the commercial pilot or not.
1. Age Limit –
- Your age must be more than 18 years to start the commercial pilot training.
2. Educational Qualification –
- To be eligible for the commercial pilot training, you must have scored at least 50% in Class 12. (However, this requirement may vary as per the institutes’ guidelines).
- You must have studied PCME i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & English as your major subjects.
- You must have an authentic medical certificate stating that you’re medically fit to begin the training for becoming a commercial pilot.
3. Skills Requirements
To be eligible for the commercial pilot training, you must be proficient in the following skills –
- Technical Skills
- Critical Thinking
- Decision Making
- Environmental & SituationalAwareness
- Excellent Communication
- Focused & Disciplined
- Higher Flexibility
- Mental & Physical Fitness
- Team Spirit &Leadership Qualities
How to Join Commercial Pilot Training After Class 12?
If you fulfill the eligibility conditions, you may proceed with the commercial pilot training which would be your first step to actualize your career dream.
By following the below steps, you can take yourself closer to your goal!
Step 1 – Pursue a 12 th standard
To become a commercial pilot, you must have a high school diploma or equivalent degree. However, some flight training schools offer the desired aviation degree approved by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration).
Step 2 – Try Hard to Get A Relevant Flight Experience
During your training, you must make harder efforts to achieve a certain number of flight training hours which usually depend on the pilot program you opt.
Although, a formal training would nourish you with basic knowledge, experience & exposure for the commercial pilot.
Step 3 – Bag Up A License
To maximize your chances of becoming a commercial pilot, you must pass the first stage that would be to achieve a license by going through a written assessment to test your flying abilities and the physical test.
Once you have achieved a license or certificate, you can ask your training mentors to guide you further towards your ambition. You can also take help from GSA Aviation experts for more guidance and detailed knowledge of how you can become a commercial pilot after Class 12. Call us on 9910415159