Pilot Training School in Myanmar

Myanmar Pilot Training School

The Myanmar Aviation Academy is the only pilot training school in Myanmar. Young pilots will have the opportunity to learn to fly next month when they attend the country's first pilot training school. The main business category of the company is the pilot training school. Yangon is the first private pilot school in Myanmar.

Classes - Myanmar Aviation Academy

Privatpilotenlizenz (PPL) Course. CPL ("Commercial Pilot License") course. Pilot Airline Transport License (ATPL) (Frozen) course. Assistant Instructor (AFI) Course. In his role as a commercial pilot, he must make sure that all of his or her colleagues are familiar with the entire system and regulations that contribute to the safety of an airplane.

This is why all pupils should begin an intense programme of classes before they begin to fly. It' known as "ground school". Pupils must have 8 starting compartments to begin PPL flights. Afterwards, the entry into the current training, comprising hands-on training with DA-40 NG, single-engine aircrafts with modern glas s-cockpit until the PPL is completed.

Built-in training (CPL floor training 10 week + CPL flight training 100:45 hours & simulator 30 hours / 40 weeks). The course will be continued after the PPL training. The first stage is the floor training stage, in which the student will study a total of 17 courses for 14 examination assignments covering the ATPL curriculum.

The second is a combination of theoretical and aeronautical training as a successor to the CPL. Air training for CPL / IR (18 week / 25 hours). Afterwards, the Diamond 42 Twin Engine Aircraft with Windscreen Technology 1000 will be used to further improve the qualification of the instruments. Course duration: 91-week.

First admission of the flight school

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Examinations will take place between May 21-25 at the Civil Aviation Institute in Yangon's Mingalardon Vtsh. according to the Academy's Chair, U Kyi Win. It is US$6500, but 10 of the 24 places will be scholars. "The Htoo Foundation Ambassadorial Scholarships Programme admission test will be open to Htoo Foundation applicants for three consecutive working day sessions on 22, 23 and 24 May, answering one and a half hour of English, mathematics and physical question.

Self-financing enrolled in the same three courses in one workday. However, the issues are different," said U Kyi Win, and added that "it will be "much harder" to get into the programme on a grant than to pay your fees. All 24 chosen for the pilot course in June will be studying 14 courses over a 20-month course.

So far, nearly 100 individuals have enrolled for the Htoo Foundation Fellowship, and more than 50 have enrolled for the course at their own cost, said U Kyaw Kyaw Soe, director of the school, on 10 April. "Anyone who has finished enrolment can submit an application, but the number of candidates we can accept is restricted to 24 under the regulations of the ICAO," said U Thant Zaw, head coach of the College, and referred to the International Civil Aviation Organization.

Candidates for the Ambassadorial Scholarships must be over 17 years of age and physically healthy and achieve at least 60 points in all three exams. After 20 hrs of training, the aim is to be able to fly an airplane on your own.

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