Everyone has a dream of flying in the sky. Thousands of young people want to become pilots. It is not possible to complete this desire now. In India, planning for starting a pilot course is now being done. The first course of preparing commercial pilot for flying helicopter in the country will start in January next year. Government helicopter spokesman company Pawanhans Limited and aircraft maker Hindustan Aeronautics Limited will start this course together.
Practitioner with Theory- According to BP Sharma, Chairman and Managing Director of Pavanhans, students will be given training in classrooms as well as training in the only heliport of the country’s Rohini in Delhi. Students will also be admitted to the technical aspects of helicopter in Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, Bangalore. They will be given information related to the helicopter.
The first batch will be of 20 seats- Private companies also recruit foreign pilots trained with retired pilots from the army. This is the first time that a course is being started to prepare the helicopter commercial pilot in the country. According to the media report, at present, there are about 280 helicopters in the country, including Pawanhans and private companies. The first batch of this course will be 20 seats for the students.