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Flight simulator training is done on our devices that recreate real-life environments in which aircrafts operate. You will learn how aircrafts react to different controls, systems, as well as  internal and external factors such as turbulence, density, precipitation etc. It is helpful in getting acquainted with specific flight models or even to practice your skills in different situations. 


  • RG Aviation Private Limited (WAPL), Hyderabad, is happy to announce the Airbus A320 Course in collaboration with Advance Aircraft Training limited, UK.

  • For the first time in India, a non-airliner training academy is offering this course. Hitherto, only airlines had imparted this course as a part of in-service training.

  • Incorporated in 1995, RG Aviation Private Limited offers Flying Training courses like Commercial Pilot licence, Multi-Engine Rating, Instrument Rating and Flight Simulator Training.

  • Rajiv Gandhi Aviation Academy (a division of RG Aviation from 1996) conducts DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) approved Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Courses on Airframe, Engines & Avionics since the last 13 years.

  • Advance Aircraft Training Limited (AAT), approved by UKCAA (Civil Aviation Authority), is Europe's Leading EASA part 147 Aircraft type training school. AAT has trained aircraft engineers in 24 different countries. Its client base includes British Airways, Gulf Air, Air Astana etc.

  • The Airbus A320 is a level III ICAO standard, Airbus A318/319/320/321 with IAE or CFM engine course. The course comprises 35 days theoretical and 10 days practical training.

Why Aircraft Simulator Training




Flight Simulators allow pilots to practice basic and advanced flying skills. You get to simulate flying even in the most extreme situations. This greatly enhances your skills while flying a real Aircraft and prepares you for different situations .




With Simulator training, you get to make mistakes and still learn from those without much consequences. These mistakes could otherwise be catastrophic in real flight. It’s therefore a great place to practice safety and protocols.


Enhances Navigational Capabilities

By practicing in simulators, you can improve your navigation skills in VFR and IFR conditions. This is also a great opportunity to practice using instruments, as well as flight routes while planning to fly towards an unfamiliar destination for the first time.

Practices ATC Communication


ATC Communication can be daunting for a lot of new pilots. Simulator training helps pilots practice their radio techniques and ATC communication skills required to have a safe and stress free flying experience.




Having more training in simulators complements all the benefits of doing a PPL and CPL. More practice in simulators reflects in better performance and stronger job applications. This inturn leads to better placements and higher pay. Simulator training also enhances the quality of flying among pilots ( Leading to a far enriching professional career).




Using simulators costs a fraction of the actual flight costs. This is a highly cost effective way of training extremely valuable skills that you could later utilize in actual aircraft.

Training Level:

Who Should Attend? 

Level I - General Familiarization

Level II - Ramp and Dispatch

Level III - Base Maintenance

This advanced course is intended for personnel associated with Aircraft Line and Base maintenance and who have the knowledge and experience required to maintain turbine engine aircraft.

We at RGAviation conduct courses on:

Airframe and Engine/ Avionics: 


Airbus A318/319/320/321 (IAE or CFM) theoretical and practical

Airbus A330 (RR Trent or CFM) theoretical and practical

Airbus A340(RR Trent or CFM) theoretical and practical

Boeing 777(PW or GE90) theoretical and practical

ATR 72(PW 127) theoretical and practical

Future Prospects

A Commercial Pilot Licence holder can become a captain of a Single/Multi engine Aircraft. The licence issued is valid internationally and the students are eligible for working in any Country/Aviation Organisation. They may also work as an officer under the Ministry of Civil Aviation, become a Flight Instructor, work for Cargo planes, Private Jets, among a plethora of other career opportunities.


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