Private Pilot License (PPL) in New Zealand
Ground school (NZCAA & Indian DGCA) is followed by flight training on either our Cessna 172 or Diamond DA20 to gain your PPL for single engine aircraft. During this phase you will learn the fundamentals of visual flying, basic instrument flying and navigation.
Advanced navigation and night flying in New Zealand
Ground school (NZCAA & Indian DGCA) is followed by flight training on either our Cessna 172 or Diamond DA20 aircraft. You will further develop your visual navigation techniques and night flying.
Multi-engine Instrument rating (MEIR) in New Zealand
Ground school (NZCAA & Indian DGCA) is followed by flight training in our new generation, twin-engine, G1000 EFIS equipped DA42 aircraft and simulators to develop your instrument flying skills.
Commercial Pilot License (CPL) in New Zealand
During this phase, you will further refine your general handling piloting skills as well as develop your non-technical and communication skills to a standard expected of a professional pilot in readiness for your NZCPL flight test. As part of this phase you will also receive Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT).
NZCAA to Indian DGCA license conversion training in India
On successful completion of the NZCAA training, you will return to India to complete your NZCAA conversion (to Indian DGCA) at a DGCA approved training facility. Successful completion of this phase will lead to the issue of an Indian DGCA MECPL/IR.
Multi pilot training - MCC, Jet handling, A320 Type Rating Training - Location TBC by the Airline
Type-technical ground school and A320 simulator training incorporating: MCC, Jet Orientation Handling utilising IndiGo's Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
Employment with IndiGo, based in India
A simulator evaluation check before Induction will be scheduled by IndiGo and will be supervised by an IndiGo Pilot Trainer.
At the time of induction with IndiGo you will be required to pass a drug test. Post induction as an A320 Junior First Officer with IndiGo you will carry out ground school training, supernumerary flights followed by Supervised Line Flying (SLF) and safety emergency procedure's training. Once you have completed the above, you will be Released To Line (RTL).