Our Infrastructure
The academy has one of the best infrastructure in the country for pilot training which includes LCD and OHP projector equipped classrooms, labs equipped with mock-ups and cut sections of aircraft piston engines, turbine engines, landing gear, controls systems, wirings, avionics equipment etc. The facilities available with the institute are utilized to the optimum for providing the students with in depth knowledge about the aircraft and its components.

At GAL our aim is to not only make you a pilot but rather an Aviator our intention and motive is to make you a qualified and learnt pilot with wide knowledge of flying so that after completion of the course the student becomes the most eligible for employment and in order to achieve these objectives our infrastructure plays a vital role.

Using mock-ups it becomes possible to practically demonstrate the adverse situations which a pilot might have to face and using cut sectioned components the student is able to get a look inside the functioning of each component leading to much better understanding and retention.

Garg Aviations has a complete facility dedicated for ground training. The facility is complete with multi-media projector equipped classrooms and separate labs for Aero-engines, Radio navigation, Electrical system, instrument system, Airframe etc. Wall charts, cutaway units, audio-visual equipment, overhead projectors, miniature models, display boards and mock-ups are provided for demonstration of principles and procedures.

The Ground Training Department has two Cessna 152 aircrafts as well as two multi engine Beech Baron dedicated solely for ground training, one Rolls Royce Dart Turbo prop engine, one Rolls Royce Avon jet engine, 4 different types of Aircraft piston engines, 4 different types of aircraft propellers and numerous other aircraft components.

The avionics labs (Radio navigation, Instrument and electrical system) have original aircraft avionics equipments including HF system, VHF system, VOR/ILS systems, HSI, ELT, all types of aircraft instruments and electrical equipments etc. Additionally complete original aircraft wiring layout is used to provide students with an in depth know how of all aircraft systems.