NAM Flying School

NAM Flying School, Dul, Central Bangka Regency, Bangka Belitung Islands, Indonesia

8 Aircraft Flight School owned by Sriwijaya Air having trained more than 200 pilots since 2010


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

International Students


Aircraft fleet number


Aircraft fleet

8 Piper PA28 Cherokee


3 Axis Simulator

Airline Partnership

Sriwijaya Air


Indonesian DGCA

Entry Requirements

High School Graduate

NAM Flying School, located in Depati Amir Airport, Pangkalpinang, Province of Bangka Belitung, was established in 2010 and is part of the Sriwijaya Group which also own's Sriwijaya Air. At least 80% of NAM Flying School graduate students are employed every year at Sriwijaya Air.

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NAM Flying School has trained more than 200 students since it started in 8 batches and is taking in new students in batches starting in January and July each year. The complete pilot training is finished in 12 months using the schools 8 Piper Warrior III Training airplanes with plans to get another 4. The flight training is conducted at Depati Amir Airport, Bangka Island as this main base and was chosen for the right climate condition and relatively flat terrain, making it suitable for flight training in visual flight rules and instrument flight rules. NAM Flying School’s modern classroom is air-conditioned, equipped with state-of-the-art training equipment, multimedia projector, audio and video system, wireless internet connection and advanced training materials. The campus is located next to the airfield to ensure maximum efficiency. NAM Flying School also offers facilities such as dormitory, classroom, CBT, 3-axis simulator, basketball court and swimming pool.

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