BBA Aviation(Bangalore University)


Bangalore University Affiliated 3 year BBA Aviation



Bangalore UNIVERSITY Aviation With Pilot Training


We wish to foster and maintain mutually beneficial partnerships with our institutions, Aviation industry, and allied companies through excellent and innovative strategic alliances. As a first and top pilot training college in Bangalore, IIAAM Bangalore has our own vision to train our students as perfect professionals in the aviation industry.

Our association with various industries provides world-class training and guidance to the students. We always look forward to new associations with industry experts to meet the ever growing challenges our students face to meet fast-growing industry standards.

Single Engine Cessna 152 Aircraft

  • Single Engine Cessna 172 Aircraft
  • Multi Engine Piper Seneca Aircraft

Requirements for issue of PPL

Age: minimum 16.5 years of age on the date of applying for license.


Minimum qualification required is 10th (PCM) Appeared/ Pass.

Medical: Class II Medical (Indian) is compulsory.You should be medically fit as per the standards laid down by DGCA. Link to Class – II DGCA Approved Medical examiner:

Flying Training:

The Candidate has to complete 50 Hours (Fifty hours) of flight time for completion of the course.

Ground Training:

Composite Paper (Air Regulation, Aviation Meteorology, Air Navigation)

Technical General (Aircraft & Engine)

Technical Specific

Requirements for issue of CPL

Duration – 1 Year

Minimum Age – 17 years

Minimum Qualification – 10+2 or graduation in any discipline.

Educational Qualification: 10+ 2 or equivalent examination with Physics and Mathematics from a recognized board / University.

Medical Fitness –Physical fitness certificate of class – II medical conducted by DGCA approved doctor and Class I medical by DGCA approved medical board.

Ground Papers – has to clear following written examination conducted by the DGCA:-

Air Regulations

Air Navigation

Aviation Meteorology

Aircraft and Engines

Single (Practical) examination for interpretation of aural and visual signals (RTR)

Flying Hours– must produce evidence of having satisfactorily completed as a pilot of an airplane within a period of 5 years immediately preceding the date of application for the license not less than 200hrs. Of flight time.

Our overseas Partner for Pilot Training: Bluehadal Aviation

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