Malaysian Flying Academy (MFA)

Malaysian Flying Academy Taman Merdeka Batu Berendam Malacca Malaysia

25 aircraft flight school in Malacca (one of the largest in Malaysia)


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

International Students


Aircraft fleet number


Aircraft fleet

21 Piper Warrior's and 4 Piper Seminole


Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia

Entry Requirements

5 Malaysian O Levels in english, maths and sciences

The Malaysian Flying Academy (MFA) is one of the largest flight training schools in Malaysia. Founded in 1983, and purchased by the Syed Kechik Group of Companies in 1985, it is located at the Malacca International Airport. The school has trained over 1,500+ students to date with its large fleet of 25 aircraft.

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Malaysian Flying Academy offers courses for

  • Private Pilot Licence
  • Commercial Pilot Licence
  • Airline Transport License
  • Assistant Flying Instructor

It utilises the Malacca International Airport runway. It has its own fully equipped maintenance hangar manned by no less than twenty five engineers, mechanics and technicians. It has a total of twelve classrooms at the moment to cater for a minimum of twenty students each with twelve pilot briefing cubicles and a flight staff room and a ground staff room.

Malacca is approximately 2 hours drive south of Kuala Lumpur and is known for its antique shops, night market and beaches.

At Malaysian Flying Academy they understand the value of meeting industry needs and expectations in a consistent manner. They continuously engage with airlines and industry specialists to proactively keep themselves abreast with any new gaps, requirements and expectations which, due to the nature of the industry, are constantly changing and evolving. Adopting a proactive approach enables Malaysian Flying Academy to continuously introduce improvements in the syllabus offered.

Malaysian Flying Academy currently does not own a full flight simulator so the type rating is done by another training organisation or an airline.

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