Of the several excellent flight schools in India, selecting the one which fits your needs can get difficult. Your way to Adler would get narrowed looking at the amenities we provide. Experienced faculties from the popular Aviation Industry, Instructors passed out from the best flying schools can help you with the career you are looking forth. In-house instructors would assist the Cadet in Personalized training sessions. We also provide Hostel facilities for Pilot trainees as it is mandatory. Our systematic training methods would pave the way to achieve the best in the industry.

We aim at making the cadets’ best in knowledge but also best in their attitude as a Pilot. We assure quality training that helps every cadet to clear their exam easily- not only the DGCA exam but also any Airline entry programs. The guidance from our Advisory board members, well-experienced Instructors, and Pilots working in the industry would lead the cadets to prepare with the updated market scenario.

Advisory Board

We have a group of dedicated individuals who advises us to ensure Adler’s programs meet the International standards in a changing environment. Our Advisory board guarantees quality assured Instructors who ensure the top-notch training to our Cadets. Their quality assured training and assistance would take every student to the zenith of success. Let's have a look at the Advisory Board of Adler Aviation Academy- the real pioneers who drive us with sheer perseverance.

WG CDR Srikrishna VSM
(Retd, Indian Air Force)
Capt. JP Sharma
(CFI, Bombay Flying Club & Ex-IGRUA
Senior Flight Instructor)
Capt. Shehzad Ahamed
(First Officer, Go Airlines India Ltd)
Capt.Sania Rahim
(First Officer, Qatar Airways)


The air transport industry has been growing, and the future of aviation is assured. Aviation has become the enabler of global business. It is also being recognized by the international community as an inevitable sector to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The aviation sector is expanding every day and will proceed to grow. According to recent estimates, the demand for air transport will get a hike by an average of 4.3% per annum over the next 20 years. By the mid-2030s more than 200,000 flights per day are expected to take off and land globally.