Introduction to FIP
The idea of a pan Indian body of pilots to take up various academic, scientific, technical and welfare issues was envisaged in the year 1996 when a few visionary pilots got together to form the Federation of Indian Pilots. Over the years the Federation of Indian Pilots has been very proactive in taking up issues vis a vis the regulatory authorities and has been holding Flight Safety Seminars to generate awareness within our own pilot community.
To exercise the privileges of his Flying Licence a pilot needs to be medically fit. In the eventuality of being declared Permanently Medically Unfit (PMU) he invariably loses his job.This can happen without warning at any stage in his career. Hence, in 1999, the Federation of Indian Pilots launched a unique scheme to Insure a Pilot's Flying License.
As pilots rise in their professional careers, they acquire skills which are highly specialised and technical in nature. However, there was an absence of suitable academic qualification to reflect the same. In 2002, the Federation of Indian Pilots founded the Institute of Aviation and Aviation Safety, with affiliation to the venerable University of Mumbai for awarding B.Sc. (Aviation) Degrees. Thus providing pilots with a conventional academic platform equal to their skills and knowledge.
The Federation of Indian Pilots is NOT a Trade Union, but a likeminded body of pilots whose sole aim is the professional advancement of their community.
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Loss of Licence C.Y. 2016
A large corporate flight department is looking for CPL holdersSelection criteria: -
Selected candidate must be willing to bear the cost of 'Initial' training
Age: 23 - 30 yrs Educational qualification - Graduate CPL from recognized flying school, preferably with Jet experience. First class medical
Candidate shall be provided all documentary assistance for the training and on successful completion of the training shall be provided full time employment by the company.
Please send your CV email@example.com
Air Line Induction Classes/CPL/ATPL/General Tech/FRTOClasses are being conducted under the Aegis of Experienced DGCA Qualified Instructor, Gp Capt PJ Singh (Advisor FIP), with 30 years of experience in the field.
The first batch commences from 16 Aug 2015 at,
Institute of Aviation and Aviation Safety, Lotus Corporate Park, 12th Floor, C-1202, Ram Mandir Fatak Road, Jai Coach Signal, Near Western Express Highway, Goregaon (East), Mumbai - 400 063 alternatively at Powai.
Please Contact - Sheetal /Sachin
Mob No 9167481180/9619387273
Land Line 61279400-99/Extn 402/403
Group Medical Cover For FIP Members
- FAQs And Premium Chart
- List of Network Hospitals of Bajaj Allianz
- Group Mediclaim Family Definition
Mr. Pradip Bane, Tel : + 91 7738001752 / Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Claim Procedure / Forms and Sample Forms for GMC
- Claim Process Flow Chart
- Checklist of Reimbursement of GMC claims
- Claim Intimation for Hospitalization for GMC claims
- Claim Form Part A - for Reimbursement (To be filled by Insured)
- Claim Form Part B - for Reimbursement (To be filled by Hospital)
- Sample for Reimbursement (To be filled by Insured) /(To be filled by Hospital)
- GMC Cashless / Pre - Authorization Form
- Sample Cashless / Pre - Authorization Form
- List of Non Admissible Expenses
Contact Details For GMC Reimburesement Claim SubmissionMs. Saveena Hegde / Ms. Deepali Shinde (Health Administration Team)
Address : Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company,
Rustomjee Aspire, 1st Floor,
Everad Nagar-2, Near Apex Honda,
Priyadarshini Circle, Chunabhati-Sion,
Mumbai - 400022
Tel : + 91 22 66197500 (Ext 508)
For any claim related issues (Claim intimation / Claim status / Claim queries)
Mail to : email@example.com
Please mention subject as : Claim intimation
(Group policy no : OG-16-1919-8403-00000010) / Card no / Name
If Health Card is not Issue Please mention :
License No and type / FIP Membership No.