Largest Flight School in Indonesia, 22+ Aircraft, owned by Lion Air
Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Type Rating
Simulators with Lion Air Group Training Center
High School Graduate
Angkasa Aviation Academy is the largest flight school in Indonesia and is owned by Lion Air Group located in Cirebon and in Palangkaraya. The flight school was established in 2010 under the name Wings Flying School but in 2014 the school changed its name to Angkasa Aviation Academy. The main reason to enrol in this academy is that a number of Lion Group pilots are involved and assist Angkasa Aviation Academy in the development and running of its flight training programs. Angkasa Aviation Academy concentrates on providing ground and flight training for the professional flight crew licenses and ratings and is aware of airline operating procedures and will be able to structure their pilot training programs to meet airline requirements and standards.
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Angkasa Aviation Academy currently operates a fleet of 22 G1000 Cessna 172 trainer aircraft to train pilots, qualified candidates. Angkasa Aviation Academy has sufficient classroom training facilities and computer-based training equipment to cater to a large number of student intake. The ground training is conducted in Lion City, Balaraja, Tangerang, Banten, Cirebon and Palangkaraya.
The flight school has multiple locations with Angkasa Aviation Academy having joint ventures with the authority of Cakrabhuwana Airport, Cirebon and Tjilik Riwut Airport of Palangkaraya as these airports have sufficient training areas and facilities which may be used by AAA. The multiple airport mean that students can train in busy and non-busy airspace and airport commercial traffic.
Angkasa Aviation Academy conducts its practice instrument flight and crew coordination in level 5 Flight Training Devices (FTD) in Cirebon. AAA maintains its own aircrafts to ensure its airworthiness and performance of its aircraft. To maintain its aircraft AAA has constructed the aircraft maintenance hangar in two locations in Cirebon and Palangkaraya to perform the maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alteration to its aircraft, engines, appliances, emergency equipment and parts.