12 aircraft flight school part of the larger Indiana Aerospace University based in Cebu
Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating
6 Cessna 152, 3 Cessna 150, 2 Cessna 172, 1 Multi-engine Piper Aztec
Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines
High School Diploma
Indiana Aerospace University, formerly known as Indiana School of Aeronautics, was established in Cebu in 1992. It was the first school in Lapu Lapu City to offer airline related courses attracting a large number of students. Since then it has grown to offer not only pilot training but also Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering, Aircraft Maintenance Technology, Airline Management, Aviation Technology – Major in Flying and Avionics. The school has a fleet of 12 aircraft which includes 6 Cessna 152, 3 Cessna 150, 2 Cessna 172, and 1 Multi-engine Piper Aztec. Using this fleet of aircraft, the school offers Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Flight Instructor and Instrument Rating courses.
Indiana Aerospace University offers a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Technology with a Major in Flying combining both skills required to become an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer and Pilot. This unique courses prepares you for two careers which are high in demand as globally there is a shortage of both.
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The unique feature about this school is its University campus feel having a very large number of students enrolled in the University.
Its specific location is within the airport in the General Aviation Area, Mactan-Cebu International Airport. This location gives this flight school the advantage of being able to conduct certain components of the training in a real airline environment. Additionally, its location in Cebu gives students a mix of education and leisure with Cebu being known for its beautiful beaches and whale shark diving.
Indiana Aerospace University currently does not own a full flight simulator so the type rating is done by another training organisation or an airline.