Indigo pilot vacancy is an airline pilot training programme that has been designed by IndiGo to cater to their growing need of professional and skilled pilots. This programme provides the cadets with all the licences and the necessary skills and knowledge to become professional pilots.
How long is IndiGo Cadet pilot program?
The programme starts with CPL (Commercial Pilot License) training, followed by UPRT (Upset Prevention and Recovery Training). Once the cadets complete these two courses they enter into the next phase of the program that is Type Rating (TR). After this cadets will be trained to become a junior first officer on an Airbus A320 aircraft.
This pilot training program is offered by several flight training institutions in the world. Some of them include FTA-Flight Training Adelaide, SKYBORNE and 43 Air School.
These flight training organizations have been offering cadet pilot training programs to various airlines in the world for more than 34 years and has experience in providing a range of DGCA compliant programmes. They are well-known for their robust flight training programs that focus on operational capability, effective and adaptable procedures, applied operational knowledge, and confident command skills.
They have established a strong relationship with the DGCA to ensure that their training programs are in line with the regulatory requirements and are cost-effective for the airlines.
They also provide a number of other benefits to their cadets. These include higher wages than other entry-level pilots, bonuses and other rewards, and insurance coverage.