Flight Schools in the Philippines

Flight Schools in the Philippines

 Flights schools in the Philippines are mostly located in Metro Manila near the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, in Clark Field, Pampanga near the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport and in Cebu near the Mactan-Cebu International Airport. The country’s location provides students the opportunity to experience flying over diverse terrains including mountains, flatlands, oceans, lakes and cities found over the 7,107 islands that compose the Philippine archipelago.

AviaTour Flight School has a diverse service portfolio and its base is the second largest in the country. It features a fleet of about 35 aircrafts, more than 20 certified flight instructors and more than 35 certified mechanics. The school’s headquarters are at the Mactan-Cebu International Airport, located on Mactan Island in the Cebu province of Central Philippines. The air traffic at this location is not as congested as in Manila or as restricted as in Clark, Pampanga.

Duly authorized by the Philippine Civil Aviation Authority and accredited by the Bureau of Immigration to accept foreign students, the school offers an elite professional pilot program designed to provide a solid foundation for people wanting to become airline pilots.

The Aero International Aviation School provides flight training for both single engine and multi-engine aircrafts. Students train under highly qualified professional flight and ground instructors. They learn about advanced aircraft control, cross-country operations, take-off and cruise performances, descent and landing skills, and other flying techniques.

AIA features a certified maintenance-repair-overhaul (MRO) facility and properly-equipped training aircraft resources. It offers a number of aviation courses, including: the Private Pilot License (PPL) course, the Commercial Pilot License (CPL) in Airplane Single Engine Land (ASEL) course, the CPL in a Multi-engine Rating course for a Private Pilot ASEL or Commercial Pilot ASEL license holder, and the Instrument Rating (IR) course for a Private or Commercial Pilot license holder.

With the continuous assistance and recognition by the Philippines’ Air Transportation Office (ATO), Flight Dynamics School of Aeronautics continues to expand its courses for future pilots. As one of the country’s premier institutions and model of excellence in aviation, science and technology education, each program follows a well-tailored syllabus acceptable to both domestic and foreign civil aviation authorities.

The school offers aviation courses accredited by the Commission on Higher Education and Development (CHED) and Technical Education Skills and Development Authority (TESDA). Its baccalaureate courses include BS Aircraft Maintenance Technology, BS Air Transportation (Major in Flying) and BS Aeronautical Engineering. Its two-year courses include Aircraft Maintenance Technology and Aeronautical Science. And its special flying courses include the Private Pilot Ground Course, Private Pilot Flight Course, Commercial Pilot Ground Course and Commercial Pilot Flight Course.

The Philippine Islands provide a location that students can take advantage of the opportunity to experience flying over diverse terrains including mountains, flatlands, oceans, lakes and cities found over the 7,107 islands that give opportunities to student pilots that otherwise would not present itself.

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