Late Shri J.R.D.TATA the father of Civil Aviation in India was the first to obtain the A Pilot's license in February 1929 from the Bombay Flying Club.
A member of flying club R. Levy indigenously manufactured an aircraft which was named Monsoon. It successfully flew over 50 hours.
Another member Rev. father Constantine was the first person to fly an illuminated aircraft at night for advertisement purpose over Bombay.
The Bombay flying club (BFC) has been established in 1928. BFC is India's premier aviation institute approved by Director General of civil aviation (DGCA),government of India New delhi. The institute imparts Ground/Flying training and Aircraft Maintenance engineering training..
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The Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) Training makes up the first part of the Airline Pilot Training. You will gain the licence qualifications to be able to establish a career within the commercial aviation industry.
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is in great demand with increase in maintenance and operation of many airlines in the country. Many organizations both domestic and international are entering in the field of maintenance. And for its operation requiring many Aircraft Maintenance Engineers.
The Bombay Flying Club’s is the birthplace of aviation in India, since 1928.This prestigious institute has played a leading role in the history of aviation, In India. The Bombay Flying Club’s is renowned for its professionalism.