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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Pay FIP Membership OnlineThe Loss of Licence C.Y. 2019 is closed wef 01/10/2019.
View or Download Your LOL Policy CY 2019
(1) Download E Cards 2019-20
(2) Copy & Paste This Policy No : 110131928120000033
(3) Search Your Membership No Here
GMC 2019 - 2020
- GMC Policy Wordings 2019 - 2020
- Network Hospital list Pan India - Reliance Click here
- Letter to FIP Members
- Salient Features GMC 2019 - 2020.
- Enrollment Process 2019 - 2020.
- Age Wise Premium Chart 2019 - 2020.
- Claim Form
- Claim Checklist
- List of Non Medical Expenses Not covered in the GMC Policy
- List of day care procedures for GMC 2019 - 2020
For GMC Claim related support please contact Mr. Vinod Manchekar : 7304590383
and in case of Escalation Contact Ms. Preeti Nagda : 9920219886
Claim documents to be sent to the following address.
Ms. Shilpa Terala / Mr. Chary
Reliance General Insurance Company Limited
3rd Floor, Krishe Block, Krishe Sapphire,
South Wing, SY No. 88, HI- Tech City
Main Road, Madhapur,
Hyderabad – 500081
Group Medical Cover for FIP Members : 2019- 2020 (Reliance General Insurance Co Ltd)
The Managing Committee of the Federation of Indian Pilots would like to thank all the members for their overwhelming response to our latest Group Medical Scheme.
The scheme has been closed for this year with effect from 15th May 2019 (Unless Members have an existing Medical insurance which is about to lapse.)
The scheme shall reopen on 02nd April 2020.
Please note that from 16th June 2019, only those FIP Members can join the FIP's Group Health Program, who have an existing Health Insurance policy lapsing with below conditions :
A) They will have to enroll within 7 days of expiry of their existing Health insurance policy.
B) Copy of expiring Heath insurance policy needs to be submitted to FIP office.
For any further clarification you may contact the FIP office at nos 022 - 26157282 / 7835.
LETTER TO DGCA ON DRAFT CAR ON FDTL
The Loss of Licence C.Y. 2019 is closed wef 01/10/2019.
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.
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