Course in Pilot Training in Maldives

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Pilot Training

A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.

Pilot training is a challenging, yet incredibly rewarding process of becoming a successful pilot. The aviation industry continues to grow rapidly, meaning there is a large demand for pilots with this extensive training. Those who have completed pilot training and have acquired a license will have a variety of jobs to choose from.

Educational opportunities in the Maldives may be popular for those students looking for schooling in an environment of small class sizes and modern facilities. The accreditation of schools in the Maldives is accepted internationally. Students can mingle with local and international students.

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Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL/IR/MER) with a ‘Frozen’ ATPL

Asian Academy of Aeronautics
Campus Full time Part time 10 - 12 months August 2017 Maldives Addu + 1 more

The minimum qualification that an airline would require from a prospective First Officer is an International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Commercial Pilot Licence with a ‘Frozen’ ATPL. [+]

Best Course Studies in Pilot Training in Maldives 2017. The minimum qualification that an airline would require from a prospective First Officer is an International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Commercial Pilot Licence with a ‘Frozen’ ATPL. The Maldivian Licence complies with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), can normally be exercised globally and can easily be converted to the equivalent of another country. A ‘Frozen’ Airline Transport Pilot Licence is the name given to the qualification of a pilot who holds a Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL), Multi Engine Piston Rating (MEP), Multi Engine Instrument Rating (ME IR) and passes in all 14 Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) theoretical exams. The ATPL would become un-frozen when the flight experience requirements are met. The experience would normally be achieved during employment as a first officer. Flight Training Our flagship course takes students with little or no previous flying experience to a ‘frozen ATPL’ in approximately 16 months, from where they are then eligible to work as a First Officer with an airline once specific aircraft type training has been completed. The course includes a Commercial Pilots License with Multi Engine Rating and Instrument Rating. The license is endorsed with Frozen ATPL status as the student has completed an Integrated Frozen ATPL course. You will fly 190 hours, with the majority being in single engine aircraft. For exact hours please see our courses packages below. Duration Full Time – 10 to 12 months. Please contact us to discuss your availability for part-time CPL Courses. Ground Instruction The ATPL exams are based on the JAR-FCL syllabus and are conducted by CAASL on behalf of the MCAA either at our facility in Gan or in Colombo (CMB), Sri Lanka. The exams conducted in Gan are hard copy question papers, whilst those conducted in CMB are online computer based exams. The results for the hard copy question papers’ will be issued approximately 10 days after completing all the papers whilst the results for the online computer based exams are declared immediately after each paper is completed. Those who don’t clear any papers in Gan may have to wait for as much as one month before they sit for the next attempt, whilst those who sit for the exam in CMB can sit for any un-cleared paper virtually on the following day if he or she so desires. Most students prefer to sit for the online exams in CMB since there is a significantly higher pass rate. The ATPL exam conducted by CAASL consists of 6 subjects and 11 papers (details below), excluding Air Law which is conducted by MCAA. [-]

Multi - Engine Rating ( MER - A)

Asian Academy of Aeronautics
Campus Full time 14 days August 2017 Maldives Addu

AAA’s multi-engine rating program adds multi-engine privileges to your existing Private or Commercial Pilot License. All necessary ground and flight instruction required by the Multi-Engine AAA FleetAAA Fleet Practical Test Standards is included. This 14 day course provides up to 10 hours of flight training and the use of the aircraft for the check-ride. [+]

AAA’s multi-engine rating program adds multi-engine privileges to your existing Private or Commercial Pilot License. All necessary ground and flight instruction required by the Multi-Engine AAA Fleet Practical Test Standards is included. This 14 day course provides up to 10 hours of flight training and the use of the aircraft for the check-ride. AAA will send you the Piper Seneca Training Manual before you commence training. This booklet covers multi-engine aerodynamics, aircraft systems, checklist procedures, flight procedures, weight & balance, required charts and instrument approach plates. All checklists, and specific aircraft related information will be included in Piper’s Seneca Information Manual and the Seneca POH (pilot’s operating handbook) which will be made available at the flight training centre. The Maldivian Civil Aviation Department (MCAD) is an ICAO member state. The training being conducted at AAA meets Annex-1 requirements. We are also in total compliance with JAR-FCL 1 standards. The MCAD lice [-]

Private Pilot's Licence (PPL)

Asian Academy of Aeronautics
Campus Full time 3 - 4 months August 2017 Maldives Addu

If you’re serious about learning to fly then this is the place to start. Gaining your PPL means that you’ll be able to fly a light aircraft unaccompanied (or with family & friends), which is an exhilarating experience. [+]

Best Course Studies in Pilot Training in Maldives 2017. If you’re serious about learning to fly then this is the place to start. Gaining your PPL means that you’ll be able to fly a light aircraft unaccompanied (or with family & friends), which is an exhilarating experience. Once you decide to embark upon your PPL qualification we will then assign your own instructor, thus ensuring continuity and consistency during your training. There will, of course, be occasions when lessons will be undertaken by an alternative instructor, especially when it comes to the testing stage, but your assigned instructor will be your main source of support during your training. Flight Training A minimum of 45 hours flying experience is required, of which at least 10 hours need be solo flying. All these hours will be flown under the direction of a qualified flying instructor and in accordance with the Civil Aviation Authority JAR-FCL approved syllabus. You’ll be flying in a Cessna 150 aircraft which is an ideal aircraft to learn solid basic skills which will serve you well whatever type of aircraft you fly in the future. Each lesson comprises of a pre-flight briefing with your instructor and are typically followed by up to an hour of flying, although flight times will vary and longer flights are introduced during the navigation training stage. Duration AAA Fleet Minimum – 45 flying hours Full Time – 3 to 4 months Please contact us to discuss your availability for part time PPL Courses Ground Examinations The ATPL exams conducted by CAASL consists of 6 subjects (details below), excluding Air Law which is conducted by MCAA. Ref Theory Subject Duration No. of Questions Aircraft General Knowledge, Principle of Flight 1hr 20 Flight Performance & Planning 1hr 20 Human Performance & Limitations 1hr 20 Meteorology 1hr 20 Navigation and Communications 1hr 20 * Air law 45 min * Conducted by MCAA Each paper is made up of comparatively simple multi-choice questions. In addition, there is an oral test on the aircraft you used for training and a Radio Telephony practical exam. You can study for these exams at home using course books and software (provided by AAA). The final part of earning the licence is a skills test of around 2 hours flight time which tests your ability in both navigation and general aircraft handling. Other Requirements You must be at least 14 years of age for any flying experience to count towards a licence, and at least 16 years of age before you will be allowed to fly solo. There is no maximum age. [-]