9 aircraft flight school focused on airline pilot training
Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine, Flight Instructor course
6 Diamond DA40 and 3 Diamond DA42 (all aircraft are Garmin 1000 EFIS instrument)
Alsim 200 FNPT II
Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia
5 Malaysian O Levels in english, maths and sciences
International Aero Training Academy (IATAC) offers pilot training course (Private, Instrument, ATPL Ground-school). Its location in Melaka is approximately 2 hours drive south-east from Kuala Lumpur.
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International Aero Training Academy facilities in Melaka include a large hangar with almost comprehensive infrastructure at the International Melaka Airport. IATAC has a fleet of 9 aircraft (6 single engine and 3 twin engine) which are all relatively new. Melaka has 4 designated training airspaces that can accommodate up to 8 training aircraft at any one time, including three nearby airfields strategically spaced out for basic and advanced navigation flight training. These features contribute to safer and conducive flying environment.
A special feature about International Aero Training Academy is that they school uses the most up-to-date computer-based-training (CBT) packages from a highly specialized UK provider to help cadets pass the Theoretical Knowledge Exam conducted online by the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority.
The courses on offer are:
- Private Pilot License (PPL) - 3 months for full-time course
- Commercial Pilot License (CPL) single engine - 12 months
- CPL/IR with Frozen ATPL - 18-24 months
- Assistant Flight Instructor (AFI) - 3 months
- Flight Instructor (FI) - 6 months full-time
- Abridged Course
- Flight Simulator Training (ALSIM 200 FNPT II)
It is a great time to join International Aero Training Academy as the Malaysia Aviation Industry is booming with 15% growth in passenger numbers in 2017 driven by the expansion of Air Asia, Malaysia Airlines and Malindo.
International Aero Training Academy currently does not own a full flight simulator so the type rating is done by another training organisation or an airline.