Asian Academy of Aeronautics

Asian Academy of Aeronautics, Addu City, Maldives

14 Aircraft Flight School Training International and Maldivian Students


Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine, Flight Instructor course

International Students


Aircraft fleet number


Aircraft fleet

Cessna C150 / C152 / C172 / C172RG and Piper PA34 Seneca


Frasca 141 Single Engine, ELITE FNPT II Multi and Single Engine


Maldives Civil Aviation Authority

Entry Requirements

Minimum 3 credit passes at O'Level Examination (including Maths, Science and English)

Asian Academy of Aeronautics, founded in 1991 and located on the beautiful island of Addu in the Maldives, is a 14 aircraft flight school which provides pilot training for individuals looking to everything from their Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License or want to join an Airline. Over the past 2 decades it has trained over 1,000 students from the Asia Pacific, Middle East and Europe region. Asian Academy of Aeronautics is known for its training syllabus to be similar to European EASA with the ground school syllabus being from the UK - Bristol.

Courses offered by Asian Academy of Aeronautics

  • Private Pilot License
  • Commercial pilot License
  • Multi Engine Rating
  • Flight Instructor Rating
  • Frozen ATPL Ground School
  • Integrated Airline pilot Training Program

The Training is done using a fleet of 14 aircraft, 2 simulators, own theory examination center, lecture facilities, ground school briefing rooms and its in house maintenance facility.

The campus of the flight school is purpose build in an island. All students are accommodated in serviced single/twin shared rooms, featuring a private bathroom, Internet and air conditioning. Every campus facility is just a few minutes walk from each cadet’s own private air-conditioned en-suite bedroom.

Asian Academy of Aeronautics follows a payment structure where students can pay as they fly and all the charges are clear.

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