We use third conditional to talk about hypothetical situations in the past, and second conditionals talk about hypothetical situations in the present (actually the immediate future) and future.
If he walked in here right now, I would buy him a beer -present/immediate future
If I won the lottery tomorrow, I would give all the money to you - future
A couple of comments about your examples. First, you don't drive a plane- you fly or pilot it. Second, with second conditionals, the first clause is generally the *irrealis* (unachievable) part, and the second clause is something that would be possible if the first clause occurred. With your example, the first part is theoretically possible, but the second part is not. Here are some more appropriate examples- "take you to India" would be possible if you could pilot a plane.
If I piloted a plane tomorrow, I would take you to India -fixed, future date
If I were to pilot a plane, I would take you to India. -unspecified time
If you insist on going to the moon, move the impossible bit to the first clause, like this:
If I had a spaceship, I would take you to the moon.