Large aviation college (28 aircraft) located in Pasay City, Manila
Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine, Flight Instructor course
16 Cessna 150s, 6 Piper Tomahawks, 2 Cessna 172s, 1 Cessna 172 SP, 1 Cessna 152, 1 Cessna 210, 1 BE23
Redbird Glass Cockpit Simulator
Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines
High School Diploma
Airlink International Aviation College is a college for aviation professionals located in Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines. Founded in 1982 by Captain Geronimo Amurao, A Philippine Airlines pilot, the college has around 2,500 students (the college accepts international students as well). The main campus features 28 aircraft, both single and twin engine, and a hangar next to a classroom building.
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The curriculum covers Bachelor of Science degrees in both Aviation and Office Administration. The aviation degree has majors in aircraft maintenance, aerospace engineering, and avionics technology. The office administration degree covers airline management, tourism, and computer science. There are several non-degree programs in the same subjects, plus training to become a private pilot, commercial pilot, multi-engine pilot, flight instructor and flight attendant.
Airlink International Aviation College is committed to serve the Filipino people by producing CHAMPIONS: Creative, Humane, Active, Morally upright, Physically-fit, Intellectually-alert, Output-oriented and Safe.
Airlink International Aviation College's primary campus is located at the General Aviation Area near the Domestic Airport in Manila. A scenic three-hectare campus facility in the island of Lubang, Occidental Mindoro allows for more intensive yet safe training for its flying and ground students.
The unique features of this Pilot School include its beautiful campus on Lubang Island and the flight simulators it has which compliment flight training.
The college is the ideal place for someone who wants to check out multiple disciplines to see whether they would like to become a pilot, aircraft maintenance engineer or cabin crew.
Airlink International Aviation College currently does not own a full flight simulator so the type rating is done by another training organisation or an airline.