Bombay Flying Club

Bombay Flying Club

With 11 Aircraft and Simulator, Bombay Flying Club continues to spearhead the development of aviation in India since 1928, training both domestic and international students

Courses

Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine, Type Rating, Flight Instructor course

International Students

Yes

Aircraft fleet number

11

Aircraft fleet

PIPER PA18, PIPER PA34, Cessna 152A, Cessna 172, Cessna172R, Seneca (Twin Engine) Aircraft

Simulators

Synthetic Simulator (ELITE) for single-engine & multi-engine

Accreditations

DGCA

Entry Requirements

Student Pilot License: The candidate must be at least 16 years old at the time of issue of his/her student Pilot’s License with a minimum qualification of 10th standard.

Bombay Flying Club spearheaded the development of aviation in India since 1928. The long-serving pilot school is located in Mumbai City - India's financial center and largest city. It solely utilizes an airport issued by the Government of Maharashtra for the purpose of conducting its own flying training.

Courses offered:
  • BSC Aviation Degree
  • Student Pilot’s License (SPL)
  • Private Pilot License (PPL)
  • Commercial Pilot License (CPL)
  • Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL)
  • Single Engine Flying Training
  • Multi Engine Flying Training
  • Hobby Flying
  • Flight Simulator Training
  • Instrument Rating Course
  • Assistance Flight Instruction Training License
Why join Bombay Flying Club?

The fleet is composed of 11 aircraft and a fully operational simulator. Certainly, this gives an advantage of complete experience to the students without them having to wander to different locations to use facilities. Moreover, Bombay Flying Club established the BSC Aviation Degree from Mumbai University in its aim to provide a formal degree expanding the specialization and management of potential pilots.

The pilot school has always been in the front line providing quality pilots. For instance, the Father of Aviation in India, Mr. J.R.D. Tata, obtained his Pilot’s License from the institution. Also, Mrs. Rabia Futehally, the first woman pilot from India obtained her Private Pilot License from the institution. For this reason, Bombay Flying Club has earned its professionalism by having trained pilots who are now working as captains of international airlines. Undeniably, Bombay Flying Club is one of the reputable pilot institutions in India.

Furthermore, residential accommodations are well-maintained, conducive to students, and well-furnished.

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