Archive | October 2016

Flight Training in New Zealand

The growth in Asia’s aviation sector has placed a high demand on the flight training industry. New Zealand has become a popular location for flight training. New Zealand is an excellent location for flight training, and is well known for its relaxed culture, and mild climate.

Flight training in another country is an exciting experience. HM Aviation has a tie-up with Mainland Air, and maintains constant contact to ensure each student is progressing through the program. HM Aviation takes the student through the application process for both the program and the student visa to New Zealand. The student will be well prepared for the flight training before they leave India. When the student leaves, all they have to worry about is the flight training.

Flight Training in New Zealand

HM Aviation ensures the student gets the best training possible. The private pilot license, night rating, multi-engine rating and instrument rating will all be completed during the student’s stay in New Zealand.

Upon returning to India, HM Aviation prepares the student for the airline selection process including: aptitude testing, psychometric evaluation, interviews, and simulator evaluation. If a student does not succeed at any step, HM Aviation will provide remedial training to ensure the student is successful.

There has never been a better time to start a flying career, and the HM Aviation cadet program exists to fill the growing need for pilots and to assist students in building a successful career.

Flight Training in South Africa

South Africa is a country with beautiful scenery and a mild climate. It has long been a popular tourist destination but has now become a popular location for flight training. South Africa has large cities with international airports, and yet large areas in which to conduct flight training and conduct cross-country flights.

Flight Training in South Africa

A major advantage to training in South Africa is the cost effectiveness of the training. South Africa is very economical, while providing high quality flight training on modern aircraft. The culture of South Africa is very relaxed, making it pleasant to visit or study at South Africa.

People from all over the world come to South Africa for studying, work, and tourism. While training in South Africa, one will have the opportunity to meet many people from around the world. South Africa provides a great option for starting a flying career.

Pilot Growth in India

Asia is leading the world in economic growth. Asia’s large population along with its robust economy is creating a large demand for air travel. Air travel was once a luxury industry, but now it is an essential industry; the entire economy of the world depends upon it.

India will lead Asia, and the world in growth. Currently, India is the 9th largest aviation market in the world. By 2020, it is estimated India will be the 3rd largest, and even possibly the world’s largest by 2030. India’s aviation industry experienced a 25% growth from 2014 to 2015. The aviation industry is expected to grow 9% per annum for the next 20 years. After several years of losses, the airlines in India are again making profits.

Pilot Training in India

It is estimated 216,000 pilots will be required for Asia alone over the next 20 years. Airbus estimates during the same period 33,070 new aircraft will be delivered at a value of $5.2 trillion. Boeing estimates 38,050 new aircraft at a value of $5.6 trillion; 40% of these deliveries are expected for Asia.

There has never been growth like this in the Asian aviation industry, and there have never been more career opportunities. Now is the perfect time to start a career in aviation!

Flying School Classrooms

Becoming a pilot involves practical training. One must get into an aircraft and practice flying. There are written exams required to ensure the candidate has the required knowledge for all licenses and most ratings. Ground school plays a vital role in obtaining the required knowledge.

Flight training is done on an individual basis; ground school is usually done in a group of 10 to 30 students. Although not individual, ground school gives the student the opportunity to meet and interact with fellow students. A good theoretical knowledge is essential to becoming a good pilot.

Pilot Training in India

Most flying schools have classrooms equipped with tables and chairs, although a few of the classrooms may have individual desks. They are equipped with a white board for the instructor to write notes and diagrams for the student. Classrooms were equipped with chalk boards in the past. Most classrooms are equipped with audiovisual equipment such as a DVD player to view training videos/DVDs. Overhead projectors and power point presentations are also used extensively in ground school.Ground school and well equipped class rooms are an important part of flight training, and essential to a student’s success.

Becoming a Pilot through the HM Aviation Cadet Program

Being a pilot is one of the most exciting careers one can have. Every day is different, and one has the opportunity to travel, and get paid for it!The first part of becoming a pilot is in making the decision to become one. You must decide you really want to be a pilot, and are willing to do whatever it takes. Other careers such as cabin crew, flight dispatcher, and airport manager exist in aviation. Airlines give travel benefits to both air and ground crew. All positions play a vital role in aviation.

HM Aviation has a team of expert councilors to assist you in choosing which career is right for you. More career opportunities exist in aviation than ever before, and now is the perfect time to start. HM Aviation has started many successful careers in aviation, both for pilots, and for other careers in aviation.

Become a Pilot

If becoming a pilot is truly your dream, HM Aviation has tie-ups with schools from around the world. HM Aviation assists the student in choice of location. HM Aviation assists the student in obtaining a visa to the country and flight school of their choice, as well as preparing them in advance for their course.

While flight training, HM Aviation keeps in contact with both the students and the flight school to ensure the student is receiving the best possible training, and that everything is on schedule. Students complete the private pilot license, the night rating, the commercial pilot license, the multi-engine rating, and instrument rating. This prepares the student for entry into the industry as a pilot.

Upon returning home, HM Aviation continues its commitment to its students. Students are prepared for the airline’s evaluation process including: aptitude tests, psychometric tests, interviews, and simulator evaluations. If the student is unsuccessful at any of these evaluations, HM Aviation provides remedial training to assure the student makes the selection process. Airlines have been very impressed with HM Aviation graduates, and HM Aviation provides full employment assistance.
For anyone truly seeking a career as a pilot, the HM Aviation pilot cadet program is the best possible way to see their dreams become reality.