International King Air Training

International King Air flight training DGCATSA & VISA

P3air is offering King Air training for international pilots. Aircraft type endorsements (DGCA) or training in preparation of an aircraft type rating (JAA) are possible with us.

We are fortunate to have so many spectacular destinations close by – San Diego, San Francisco, and Las Vegas are just a few. We have 320 plus days of sunshine a year in Los Angeles! Don’t waste your time and money sitting on the ground due to poor weather for training. Let us know your schedule and the number of hours you are looking to build – we’ll be happy to suggest an itinerary and assist you in any way we can.

The USA is still providing the best training environment for aviation. Here at the West Coast you have the best scenario possible:

First - Beat The Crowd

Fly and train as Chuck Yaeger did: over the Mojave Desert. A famous practice area for serene training. Work on your proficiency, skills and maneuvers without much air-traffic interference.

Then - Go All In

Experience one of the busiest air-space in the world: Los Angeles, CA – CLASS B (BRAVO). More than 100 different approaches, 700+ aircraft airborne and a professional demanding flight scenario.

Diversity Is In Our DNA

We speak German, French and Italian.

DGCA NOC Program | Ground School | Flight Training

International DGCA King Air flight training

DGCA Endorsement | King Air 90 and 200 Type Rating

If you are a multi-engine endorsed commercial pilot from India who wants to train under the guidelines of the DGCA No Objection Certificate (NOC), you will need to obtain the Certificate from the DGCA prior to starting your training. The NOC is specific to you only and lists precisely what training needs to be conducted to meet the DGCA’s endorsement requirements.

When you have obtained your NOC, P3air will supply you with a Letter of Invitation to facilitate your travel visa.

P3air will supply you with all the certificates required to complete the DGCA licensing process once you have satisfactorily completed the ground school and flying components.

Please note: Groups of five (5) or more pilots will enjoy a substantial discount!

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DGCA King Air 90 & 200 Ground Training

Please note: Tasks and Times listed are based on average NOC requirements. Your NOC may list a different order, tasks or times. Please remember that the NOC is specific to you only and lists precisely what training needs to be conducted to meet the DGCA’s endorsement requirements.

 

  1. Day 1, Master Caution System, 1 hour
    Electrical System 2 hours
    Pressurisation 1 hour
    Pneumatics & Instrumentation 2 hours
    Oil System 1 hour
    Undercarriage 1 hour
  2. Day 2, The Engine 2 hours
    Propeller 1 hour
    Fuel System 1 hour
    Environmental Controls 1 hour
    Flight Information and Management System 2 hours
    Autopilot System 1 hour
  3. Day 3, Limitations 2 hours
    Operating Profiles 2 hours
DGCA King Air 90 & 200 Flight Training

Please note: Tasks and Times listed are based on average NOC requirements. Your NOC may list a different order, tasks or times. Please remember that the NOC is specific to you only and lists precisely what training needs to be conducted to meet the DGCA’s endorsement requirements.

 

  1. Day 3, Pre-flight Inspection, Flight Planning 3 hours
  2. Day 4, General Flying, Power Settings, Systems Introduction, Full Stop Landings 1.2 hours
    Abnormal Procedures, Circuits 1 hour
  3. Day 5, Emergency Procedures 0.8 hour
    Circuit Emergencies 1 hour
  4. Day 6, Enroute Procedures, Pressurization, Night Circuits 1.5 hours
    IFR Check, Consolidation 1 hour
  5. Day 7, Engineering Paper Review 3 hours
    Circuits Check, Night Check 1.5 hours

International DGCA Agentes Wanted

Are you a recognized person (or entity) established within the Indian Aviation Community? If so, we would love to hear from you. We offer exceptional conditions contracting with us.
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Turbine Time Building

Most pilots who want to become a charter or airline pilot, must obtain many more flight hours than they received during training. This is especially true for turbine hours. Fly with our fleet of King Air B200s on empty legs, reposition flights and other suitable flight legs.
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