Are you an experienced Captain from India

DGCA to EASA conversion

We welcome pilots from India to apply.

Our partner airlines in China welcomes pilot from India, if you are FAA, or EASA rated it is a straightforward process to get a job in China with our exclusive mandate agreement.

Are you a pilot from India with DGCA license?

The CAAC in China does not accept the DGCA, so we have a conversion program for DGCA holders that want to get a high paying contract job in China.

DGCA to EASA conversion

EASA ATPL Theory course

You will need to pass 14 written exams, we will give you all the required knowledge from all 14 subjects that cover the EASA ATPL.

Our expert instructor will highlight the important areas that you will need for the exams.

It will be sent to you online, so you can view the videos, and read the material, at your own schedule.

ATPL Theory exams

When you feel ready after all the knowledge you have been taught by our instructor, you can do all the exams at one time, over a time span of a week at one of the approved testing facilities, or you can come to one of the approved testing facilities 2-3 times.

Language Proficiency Endorsement (LPE) 

This test can be done when you are doing the exams.

Class 1 Medical

EASA have approved medical examiners on different locations.

EASA Practical Exam

Skill Test with an examiner on current aircraft, this will be in the simulator, and we can arrange at various locations around the world.

Here are the subject for the EASA training.


Human Performance & Limitations

Air Law & ATC Procedures

Operational Procedures

VFR Communications

IFR Communications



Principles of Flight


Flight Planning

General Navigation

Mass & Balance


Aircraft General Knowledge


Radio Navigation

If you choose to do the EASA conversion with us at we will have an experienced EASA instructor that instructs you in order for you to become an even more safe, and proficient pilot in command, and you will pass the EASA exams with great results. And we can get you a high paying job with one of our partner airlines in China.

Pass the ATPL exams with ease.

Here below are the content we will teach you in order to be safe, 

proficient, and pass the ATPL exams with ease. 


010-01 International Law: Conventions, Agreements, Organizations

010-02 Airworthiness of Aircraft

010-03 Aircraft Nationality and Registration Marks

010-04 Personnel Licensing

010-05 Rules of the Air

010-06 Procedures for Air Navigation - Aircraft Operations

010-07 Air Traffic Services and Air Traffic Management

010-08 Aeronautical Information Service

010-09 Aerdromes (ICAO Annex 14)

010-10 Facilitation (ICAO Annex 9)

010-11 Search and Rescue

010-12 Security

010-13 Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation

010-14Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 (the Basic Regulation)

Airframe, Systems, Electrics, Power Plant

021-01 System Design, Loads, Stress, Maintenance

021-02 Airframe

021-03 Hydraulics

021-04 Landing Gear, Wheels, Tyres, Brakes

021-05 Flight Controls

021-06 Pneumatics - Pressurisation and Air Conditioning Systems

021-07 Anti-Icing and De-Icing Systems

021-08 Fuel System

021-09 Electrics

021-10 Piston Engines

021-11 Turbine Engines

021-12 Protection And Detection Systems

021-13 Oxygen Systems


022-01 Sensors And Instruments

022-02 Measurement of Air Data Parameters

022-03 Magnetism - Direct Reading Compass and Flux Valve

022-04 Gyroscopic Instruments

022-05 Inertial Navigation and Reference Systems (INS and IRS)

022-06 Aeroplane: Automatic Flight Control Systems

022-07 Helicopter: Automatic Flight Control Systems

022-08 Trims - Yaw Damper - Flight Envelope Protection

022-09 Autothrottle - Automatic Thrust Control System

022-10 Communication Systems

022-11 Flight Management Systems (FMS)

022-12 Alerting Systems, Proximity Systems

022-13 Integrated Instruments - Electronic Displays

022-14 Maintenance, Monitoring and Recording Systems

022-15 Digital Circuits and Computers

Mass & Balance

031-01 Purpose of Mass and Balance Considerations

031-02 Loading

031-03 Fundamentals of CG Calculations

031-04 Mass and Balance Details of Aircraft

031-05 Determination of CG Position

031-06 Cargo Handling


032-01 General

032-02 Performance Class B - Single Engine Aeroplanes

032-03 Performance Class B - Multi Engine Aeroplanes

032-04 Performance Class A - Aeroplanes Certificated Under CS 25 Only

Flight Planning & Monitoring

033-01 Flight Planning for VFR Flights

033-02 Flight Planning for IFR Flights

033-03 Fuel Planning

033-04 Pre-Flight Preparation

033-05 ICAO Fight Plan (ATS Flight Plan)

033-06 Flight Monitoring and In-Flight Re-Planning

Human Performance & Limitations

040-01 Human Factors: Basic Concepts

040-02 Basics of Flight Physiology

040-03 Basic Aviation Psychology


050-01 The Atmosphere

050-02 Wind

050-03 Thermodynamics

050-04 Clouds and Fog

050-05 Precipitation

050-06 Air Masses and Fronts

050-07 Pressure Systems

050-08 Climatology

050-09 Flight Hazards

050-10 Meteorological Information


061-01 Basics of Navigation

061-02 Magnetism and Compasses

061-03 Charts

061-04 Dead Reckoning Navigation (DR)

061-05 In-Flight Navigation

061-06 Inertial Navigation Systems (INS)


062-01 Basic Radar Principles

062-02 Radio Aids

062-03 Radar

062-04 Intentionally Left Blank

062-05 Area Navigation Systems RNAV/FMS

062-06 Global Navigation Satellite Systems


070-01 General Requirements

070-02 Special Operational Procedures and Hazards

070-03 Emergency Procedures 


081-01 Subsonic Aerodynamics

081-02 High Speed Aerodynamics

081-03 Intentionally Left Blank

081-04 Stability

081-05 Control

081-06 Limitations

081-07 Propellers

081-08 Flight Mechanics

082-01 Subsonic Aerodynamics

082-02 Transonic Aerodynamics and Compressibility effects


091-01 Definitions

091-02 General Operating Procedures

091-03 Relevant Weather Information Terms (VFR)

091-04 Action Required to Be Taken in Case of Communication Failure

091-05 Distress and Urgency Procedures

091-06 General Principles of VHF Propagation and Frequency Allocation

092-01 Definitions

092-02 General Operating Procedures

092-03 Action Required to Be Taken in Case of Communication Failure

092-04 Distress and Urgency Procedures 

092-05 Relevant Weather Information Terms (IFR)

092-06 General Principles of VHF Propagation and Frequency Allocation

We can get you ready for the exams in 90 days, and during that time we can network with our partner airlines in China, so that we have a position ready for you.

The cost for the theory course, and the preparation, is € 2.300 EUR and in this fee we arrange the necessary paperwork for the interviews in China.

This fee is what you need to pay to start the process, after you have paid the  € 2.300 EUR we organize with the instructor to arrange your course, which will be set-up so you will know what you need to know to pass the exams.

After you have paid the theory course, you will get the training material after 14-16 days, since the instructor will pick out the parts you need to prioritize, and after that put the content together, in course material, and videos, that you can easily learn from.

You will need to estimate for another 2.500 EUR for the exams, medical, and plus the practical exam in the simulator. 

This you pay as you go when you are performing the different steps.

The important thing is that we start with your theory, since it is the most time consuming, and during this time, we will arrange an interview for you with airlines.

Contact DGCA to EASA conversion.

Yes i want to get the EASA license and apply for a Captain position in China

Contact for more information about DGCA to EASA conversion.



Applying for an FAA certificate based on ICAO foreign license.

The term convert is widely used, but in reality you apply for an FAA Airline Transport Pilot ATP certificate. In order to apply to any FAA certificate you must meet the experience as per FAR Part 61 for the issue of the license/rating you are applying for. In addition to meeting these requirements, you must complete the following:

Flight and ground training as required to prepare you for the flight test

Obtain an FAA Medical certificate

Pass the relevant FAA knowledge examination(s)

Complete and pass a practical flight and oral examination for the license you are applying for with an FAA Designated Pilot Examiner.

Pilots applying for an FAA certificate based on an ICAO foreign license must have the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) validate the license.

The CAA is the Civil Aviation Authority that issued the original license. (in this case the DGCA)

They must verify the validity of the license along with the medical certificate prior to applying for an FAA certificate. 

The FAA has developed a form called Verification of Authenticity of Foreign License, Rating and Medical Certificate Form.

The Airmen Certification Branch is required to verify the foreign license before you make application for the certificate, rating or authorization. 

The process normally takes between 45-90 days to complete. 

Do not schedule any travel or testing until a verification letter has been obtained from the Airmen Certification Branch.

Foreign applicants who require a visit to an FAA Flight Standards District Office or are applying for the issuance or replacement of an airman certificate in accordance with 14 CFR 61.75 must contact their selected Flight Standards District Office upon receipt of this verification letter to schedule an appointment with an FAA Inspector or authorized certifying official. 

Do not anticipate an appointment earlier than two weeks after this initial contact, due to enhanced security procedures.

Send the information to FAA

Choose any of the following methods:




(405) 954-9922


Federal Aviation Administration

Airmen Certification Branch

P.O. Box 25504

Oklahoma City, OK 73125

We understand it seems like a daunting task to do all these steps in order to get your FAA ATP, but we will help you with all aspects, besides you have to pass the exams on your own, however we will prepare you in order so that you pass the exams with ease.


What are the requirements for an FAA ATP?

To be eligible to take the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ATP practical test,you must have at least 1500 hours of experience in aircraft, including 250 hours as pilot in command (PIC) and be at least 23 years old.

Here below is the details.

§ 61.159 Aeronautical experience: Airplane category rating.

(a) Except as provided in paragraphs (b), (c), and (d) of this section, a person who is applying for an airline transport pilot certificate with an airplane category and class rating must have at least 1,500 hours of total time as a pilot that includes at least:

(1) 500 hours of cross-country flight time.

(2) 100 hours of night flight time.

(3) 50 hours of flight time in the class of airplane for the rating sought. A maximum of 25 hours of training in a full flight simulator representing the class of airplane for the rating sought may be credited toward the flight time requirement of this paragraph if the training was accomplished as part of an approved training course in parts 121, 135, 141, or 142 of this chapter. A flight training device or aviation training device may not be used to satisfy this requirement.

(4) 75 hours of instrument flight time, in actual or simulated instrument conditions, subject to the following:

(i) Except as provided in paragraph (a)(4)(ii) of this section, an applicant may not receive credit for more than a total of 25 hours of simulated instrument time in a flight simulator or flight training device.

(ii) A maximum of 50 hours of training in a flight simulator or flight training device may be credited toward the instrument flight time requirements of paragraph (a)(4) of this section if the training was accomplished in a course conducted by a training center certificated under part 142 of this chapter.

(iii) Training in a flight simulator or flight training device must be accomplished in a flight simulator or flight training device, representing an airplane.

(5) 250 hours of flight time in an airplane as a pilot in command, or as second in command performing the duties of pilot in command while under the supervision of a pilot in command, or any combination thereof, which includes at least -

(i) 100 hours of cross-country flight time; and

(ii) 25 hours of night flight time.

(6) Not more than 100 hours of the total aeronautical experience requirements of paragraph (a) of this section or § 61.160 may be obtained in a full flight simulator or flight training device provided the device represents an airplane and the aeronautical experience was accomplished as part of an approved training course in parts 121, 135, 141, or 142 of this chapter.

(b) A person who has performed at least 20 night takeoffs and landings to a full stop may substitute each additional night takeoff and landing to a full stop for 1 hour of night flight time to satisfy the requirements of paragraph (a)(2) of this section; however, not more than 25 hours of night flight time may be credited in this manner.

(c) A commercial pilot may credit the following second-in-command flight time or flight-engineer flight time toward the 1,500 hours of total time as a pilot required by paragraph (a) of this section:

(1) Second-in-command time, provided the time is acquired in an airplane -

(i) Required to have more than one pilot flight crew-member by the airplane's flight manual, type certificate, or the regulations under which the flight is being conducted;

(ii) Engaged in operations under sub-part K of part 91, part 121, or part 135 of this chapter for which a second in command is required; or

(iii) That is required by the operating rules of this chapter to have more than one pilot flight crew-member.

How and where will the training take place?

There are a few different locations you can do the classroom training, and after that the written exam, and after that the practical test the flight exam.

The most time consuming is the verification process, this can take up to 90 days.

When the verification is completed, the actual training is a 7 day training program.

There are a few options on locations for your training, it can be done in Miami, Dallas, and some other locations in USA. 

The cost you will need to pay to the training facilities is around $5.000 USD

Plus travel, and living costs for the duration of training.

The training will consist of the following:

ATP Certification training program

Course segments Hours

Academic Training 32.0

Flight Training Device (FTD) 4.0

Flight Training Simulator (Crew) 8.0

Ground school curriculum

• Introduction and Administration

• Aerodynamics-High Altitude Operations

• Stall Prevention & Recovery

• Upset Prevention & Recovery

• Turbine Engines - Overview

• Transport Aircraft Performance

• Air Carrier Automation

• Navigation-Flight Path Warning

• Air Carrier Safety Culture

• Checklist Philosophy

• Communications & Briefings

• Crew Resource Management

• Threat & Error Management

• Leadership

• Professional Development

• Fitness for Duty - Fatigue

• Air Carrier Ground Operations

• Air Carrier MEL & CDL

• Air Carrier Operational Control

• Meteorology-Weather Detection Systems

• Air Carrier Low Visibility Operations

Course overview

ATP Certification

training program

Simulator sessions

• FTD - Navigation & Automation

• FFS – High Altitude Operations, Stall /

Upset Prevention & Recovery

• FFS – Runway Safety & Adverse Weather