Learn to fly today
Ever wondered what it’s like to be a licensed pilot?
While the majority of them will only dream, one must undergo a physical, mental, and intellectual understanding test.
Being a pilot is a difficult job that requires dedication, expertise, discipline, and going above the call of means at times.
“It makes no difference where one comes from. What matters is one’s destination.”
Hercules Aviation Training School (HATS) was established in Hyderabad in 2018 to provide a one-stop solution for aviation training and allowing students to realize their ambition of becoming airline pilots.
HATS is the only institute to offer an integrated ATPL and CPP programme with 100% placement assurance in India. We’ve also teamed up with Aerocadet Consultants in Canada to provide ATPL training to Indian aspirants.
In addition to DGCA ground classes, we have gone a step further than other schools by including a computer number, medical examinations, housing, and career counselling.
We noticed over time that, even though many students were earning their Commercial Pilot License (CPL), the airline industry still had a shortage of commercial pilots.
HATS launched the ATPL Cadet Pilot Program, a first of its kind in India, to close this gap and constantly update and refine our programmes to create the best possible pilots.
|1||Enrollment Process||1 week|
|2||DGCA Ground School||3 months|
|3||CPL and CFI Training||12-18 months|
|4||Flight Instructor Internship||12-18 months|
|5||ATPL Exams||1 week|
- Commercial pilot license with a single and multi-engine instrument rating.
- Flight instructor rating.
- 2000 hrs of flying in 3 years.
- Scholarships up to ₹3,50,000
- Experience glass cockpit flying on Garmin 1000.
- Enroll for a graduation course (B.Com/BBA/ B.Sc.)
- Earn during the internship.
- At the time of enrollment or by the programme’s start, the candidate must be at least 16 years old.
- Higher secondary school (10+2) certificate with mathematics and physics or equivalent diploma.
- Candidates must either be enrolled in HATS for DGCA ground classes or have passed all of the DGCA’s CPL theory exams, including RTR (A).
A myth revolves around taking up flying as a hobby – “It’s too expensive”. We are here to bust this falsehood – It is not expensive. If you are ready to shell out Rupees 7.5 lac over a minimum period of one year and a maximum period of 5 years (Rs 1.5 lac per year), It can be a not-so-distant reality.
Many of us have dreamt of flying at some point or the other in our lifetime. Life might have taken us on a different path but it is not too late to learn flying and be a Hobby-Pilo
- 200 hours of Ground training.
- 40 hrs of flight training.
- Private Pilot License and instrument rating.
- Flexible duration – 01 to 05 years.
- At the commencement of the program, the candidate must be at least 16 years old or maximum 75 years old.
- Secondary school (10) certificate or equivalent diploma.