Maldives opens first flying school

Male: Asian Academy of Aeronautics (AAA) opened Maldives’ first flying school at Seenu atoll Gan Monday.
“.. foreign students will also be trained at this school along with local students. As far as I know, around 60 Indian students have already applied for the courses,” Defence Minister Amin Faisal said.
The Sri Lanka based AAA, however, did not reveal the total number of applicants.
According to the company, the school offers flight training from the basic ab-initio to Private Pilot (PPL) and to advanced Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) standards.
The flight and ground training is conducted in accordance with ICAO and JAA-FCL compliant standards as required by the Civil Aviation Department.
Course fees range from US$7,400 (Rf95,090) to US$32,710 (Rf420,353.5). The government demanded a 10 percent discount to local students, AAA said.
28/07/20 haveeru online

4 comments for “Maldives opens first flying school

  1. Ricky boshi
    January 18, 2012 at 6:51 am

    I want to take cpl

  2. Attly menen
    February 28, 2012 at 6:01 am

    I would like to take CPL

  3. jibin francis
    May 12, 2012 at 4:27 pm

    i want to know more about the course

  4. jalal umer
    November 13, 2013 at 10:47 am

    I am doing flying from pakistan Rawalpindi flying club i have my SPL and i have flown 2 hours.I have attended ground school for 3 months.I want to get my CPL as early as possiable.I would like to know how soon can i finish 200hrs if i join you ? What are the per hr charges and what are the arrangments for accomodation? whats the visa requirment and medical requirments ?

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