8 aircraft flight school based in Dumaguete, a beautiful island in the south of the Philippines
Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine, Flight Instructor course
Cessna 152s, Cessna 172 Skyhawks, Piper Aztec PA 23, Piper Seneca PA 34, Britten Norman Islander BN2A21
Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines
High School Diploma
[MIGHT NOT BE OPERATIONAL AT THE MOMENT]
Mach Aviatrix, is an 8 aircraft flight school based in Dumaguete a beautiful island in the south of the Philippines (approximately 1.5 hrs flight time from Manila). The school train's both Filipino and foreign students with its fleet of single engine (Cessna 152s and Cessna 172 Skyhawks) and multi engine (Piper Aztec PA23, Piper Seneca PA34 and Britten Norman Islander BN2a21) aircrafts.
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Mach Aviatrix focuses both on pilot flight training and cabin crew training. Currently for pilot training the following courses are being offered by Mach Aviatrix: Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Flight Instructor License, Multi-engine Rating and Multi-engine build up time. The school will maintain a ratio of 3 students per aircraft in order to complete training in a timely manner.
Mach Aviatrix has interesting training features such as student reward program (a training fee reimbursement program), airline orientation (opportunity to fly on the jump seat on an actual airline flight), zero cost flights and JAA Syllabus.
The location of Mach Aviatrix in Dumaguete, a beautiful island with clear blue seas around, provides the student with a balance between training and leisure. Students have a wide range of malls, theaters, white sand beaches, clubs and restaurants. Dumaguete is also a hub for some of the best world class universities in the Philippines hence a popular place for foreign students as it is a calm and a peaceful place to study. This could also create a possibility for students to enroll for a degree while learning how to fly.
Mach Aviatrix currently does not own a full flight simulator so the type rating is done by another training organisation or an airline.