20th Jun 2012, 08:21
Do your training in Level C.
Do your flight check on the actual aircraft.
The above is acceptable to DGCA.
(why post this in the middle east section ??)
20th Jun 2012, 08:26
Cause no one could help me in the asia section.
Looking for an option from the middle east then.
Level C is ok.. but they ask for 5-10 hours of actual flying.. just tooo expensive.
Simple cant afford to spend 15000 USD for a C90 rating.
Someone told me a level D eliminates the need for actual aircraft flying altogether.
Am I right at that?
20th Jun 2012, 09:16
I think you could do 3-4 sessions of 1.5-2.0 hrs on Level C.
Day Check 1.5 hours.
Night Check 1.5 hours.
IR Check could be coupled with the above check.
Make sure you do 6 take offs and landing to be endorsed as PIC.