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Flying Training Establishments

Last Updated On: 14/06/2012  | 
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    The Indian Air Force has Flying Training Establishments (FTE) exclusively set up to train you to take off as a pilot. Each establishment is a mark of your progression, from basic to more complex levels of flying. On completion of training, you are awarded your Wings at a Combined Graduation Parade held at the Air Force Academy.

Following are the Flying Training Establishments:

  • Air Force Academy (Dundigal) – Stage I flying training (six months) along with Joint service training
  • Hakimpet (Secunderabad)
  • Transport Training Wing, Yelahanka (Bangalore)
  • Bidar (Karnataka)

Thus, after basic Flying training (Stage I) at AFA, and trifurcation into Fighter, Transport and helicopter stream, a pilot would undergo further training as follows:

Stage II – Advanced stage     Stage III - Specialisation

 

    Fighter stream

    Stage II - Hakimpet - 24 Weeks

    Stage III - Bidar - 24 Weeks

 

    Transport Stream

    Stage II & III - Yelahanka - 48 Weeks

 

    Helicopter Stream

    Stage II - Hakimpet - 24 Weeks

    Stage III - Yelahanka - 24 Weeks

 

 

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