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Philippine Pilots Academy Inc.

Philippine Pilots Academy Inc.


To provide our student pilots a dynamically structured curriculum delivered by highly trained and qualified instructors using modern, safe equipment.

Philippine Pilots Academy Inc. A flying is a leading establishment for producing professional and responsible pilots who performed above and beyond industry standards of excellence.

It was originally started in 2008 by a group of young pilots whose dream is to train quality pilots and a growing demand for Pilot trainees in different country with reasonable fees. With competent senior pilots serving as flight instructors, the school grew to become one of the best flying club in the Philippines.
In 2010,Bitchara family from Bicol took over the assets and management of Philippine Pilots Academy. The President and CEO Emil Jerome Bichara, Together with the help of an Airline Pilot and his experience for 17 years in the industry, Capt. Rioklyn P. Toledo as Chief Operating Officer this whose passion is to trained quality and competitive pilots in aviation and fulfillment of a long-cherished dream. He envisions his newest venture to raise and set the bar in the aviation industry with proper and with highest standards of safety and quality in all its flight training and operations.

Manila Office is located 10 minutes away from CAAP for convenience of the students in applying and renewing for medical and pilot licenses
Has the BEST Ground instructor with a Mastery in all subjects and proficient in English for local and international students benefits
State of the art classroom
Near Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Safe and secure facilities for students
Complete training manuals and training facilities

Exclusive training at Legazpi International Airport
Top of the line flight Simulators
Best Flight instructors that will help all the students to train as a professional pilot
All the students and instructors will have their chance to take off and land in Legazpi International Airport with its busy environment for them to train well in communications
With a total fleet of 8 aircrafts from single to multi-engine and expanding
Runway with the length of 2,280 meters
Accommodating mechanics and staff in our hangar will give you a stress and worry free flights
High-end Accommodation
Safety is our priority for the students and employees


Cessna 152 (3 units)
Islander Twin Engine
Cessna 172 (3 units)
Piper Archer I
Cessna 206 Station-air II
Piper Seneca Twin Engine
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Asiatic International Aviation Corp.
Madhya Pradesh, INDIA
Tel: +91-731-4044650
Fax: 91-731- 4236650
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Friday, November 20, 2015

Lion Air Indonesia Co-Pilot grounded for ‘offering an Air Hostess as Compensation’

Lion Air Indonesia Co-Pilot grounded for ‘offering an Air Hostess as Compensation’ AN INDONESIAN Airline has grounded a Pilot after he allegedly offered an Air hostess to passengers as compensation for a delay on a Flight to the resort island of Bali.

Loud moaning sounds were also heard from the cockpit throughout the Lion Air Flight, with one passenger left so shocked that he lodged a complaint about improper behaviour with the transport ministry.

The passenger, Lambertus Maengkom, said that as the plane took off late from Java island, the co-Pilot jokingly announced over the PA system that he was offering an old  Female, divorced Flight Attendant to passengers to make up for the delay.

“We want to ask whether it is standard procedure, applied by [authorities], to make Lion Air Pilots offer a divorced Flight attendant to passengers, repeatedly, over the microphone?” Maengkom said in his complaint.

The co-Pilot, who has not been named, also loudly wished one of the other crew members “Happy Birthday” over the PA system during the Flight on Saturday, it said. “It was not funny at all, it was dangerous,” Maengkom said, adding that angry passengers had questioned whether the co-Pilot was sober and unsuccessfully sought to confront him when the plane landed.

The incident sparked widespread media coverage in Indonesia and prompted Lion Air, the country’s biggest low-cost carrier, to launch an internal inquiry. Reporting the results of an initial probe late Wednesday, Lion Air announced the co-Pilot was being grounded, and investigations were continuing.

“The co-Pilot has been grounded and banned from Flying,” Lion Air general affAirs director Edward Sirait said in a statement.

He did not comment on the Air hostess allegation in his statement but insisted the co-Pilot was not intoxicated, and that the sounds coming from the cockpit were nothing untoward.

“The co-Pilot sounded like he was panting, that’s how he normally talks. The mic was too close to his lips so when he breathed or talked, it sounded like moaning,”

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