Cadet Pilot to Instructor Ratio
- Ideal Aircraft to Flying Instructor to Trainee Ratio is 1:1:10. At APFT, the ratio is 1:1:8.25 We endeavor to keep the Ratio low to ensure our Cadets get the best One-on One training and exposure from one of the most experienced Flight Instructor team in the country and the Region!
- Highly qualified Instructors drawn from diverse backgrounds of Armed forces, International and Domestic exposure Our Flight Instructors have an average experience of over ~3200 Instructional Hours per Instructor. This a very high industry ratio. (E.g to attain Command of a Commercial Airline, a pilot requires approx. 2500 Hrs.)
- We operate out of a Controlled robust International Airspace, manned by professional Air Navigational Services (ANS) controllers This exposes our students to a highly professional environment enabling them to transition with ease from a Cadet Pilot to a Licensed Professional Pilot.
- Besides the high standards of training imparted, the students are exposed to an ideal environment to enable them to transition from Cadet Pilots to Licensed Professional Pilots, to fly in a Commercial Airline.