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Asia Pacific Flight Training Sdn Bhd Jalan Dungun Bukit Damansara Kuala Lumpur Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

  • Pilot training financing options (courses):

    Commercial Pilot License with Instrument Rating

  • Requirements:
    • Malaysian citizen aged 18 years and above, and not more than 65 years old by the end of financing period
    • Student or Guarantors must not be blacklisted or have gone into bankruptcy before
    • Applicant is a student and has have fixed income from working is eligible for the loan
    • Applicant without fixed income can apply through their parents, husband/wife, siblings or legal guardians.

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Associated Training Institute:
Pilot training financing description

Bank Rakyat has approved Asia Pacific Flight Training Sdn Bhd (APFT), to be on their list of private education institution. APFT students are now eligible to apply to Bank Rakyat for their financing, subject to eligibility and terms and conditions set by Bank Rakyat.

Maximum financing available: RM200,000

Maximum loan term: 10 years

Collateral: Property, Bank Rakyat Investment Certificates, Unit Trusts (issued by PNB)

Profit rate:

  • Up to 5 years: KAP + 0.0
  • Between 5 and 10 years: KAP + 0.5

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If you are about to START Pilot Training you will need a few things:

 

If you are interested to read more about pilot training, check out these books which we recommend:

  • The Realization of a Boyhood Dream: The Path to my Private Pilot License” (https://amzn.to/2rfMjkb ) which is an interest read if you want to know what the initial pilot training will be like
  • The Student Pilot’s Flight Manual: From First Flight to Pilot Certificate" (https://amzn.to/2I4DcNI ) a very extensive book and containing almost all the information you will learn during your training for Private Pilot License!

 

About the Financial Institution

Bank Rakyat has approved Asia Pacific Flight Training Sdn Bhd (APFT), to be on their list of private education institution. Bank Rakyat (Bank Kerjasama Rakyat Malaysia Berhad) is an Islamic cooperative bank which was established on 28 September 1954 under the Cooperative Ordinance of 1948 (Cooperative Societies Act 1993), following the growth of the cooperative movement in Peninsular Malaysia. The bank is an entity under the control of the Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism since 2004; in 1989 it was controlled by the Ministry of Land and Co-operative Development and the Ministry of Finance and in 2002 changed control to the Central Bank of Malaysia under the Development of Financial Institution Act.