Aviation schools...

zuperkzuperk Member PExer
What are the leading aviation schools here in the Philippines?

i want to be a commercial pilot...







tsaka magkano aabutin??:)
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  • renwockrenwock Member PExer
    Originally Posted by springvilleboy
    Masters Flying School
    Private Pilot Course,P130++k
    Commercial Pilot Course,P850k++(next month na)
    Intrument Flying Course (sa june),120K++

    Ang taas ng tuition! tsk tsk..
    Yup may sa kamahalan nga but that includes renting an aircraft for around a total of 200hrs in all. Para pampalubag loob Lagi na lang naming iniisip ng mga parents ko na ang Piloto sa Emirates sumasahod ng minimum of $15'000 a month
    Error:the instrument flying course pala is now 165K

    Trivia :I dont know pero feeling ko yumayaman yata talaga mga Bumbay kasi were just 4 Filipinos and
    20+ Indians in our class ,others were Taiwanese and Arabs, In this country there are more foreigners studying Aircraft Flying than local students outnumbering us from around 6 Foreigners over two Filipinos.

    - ONLY INFO I GOT*okay*
  • RougePercerRougePercer VFR | IFR | WP8 | RIM PExer
    There's an aviation school in Subic it's an international school for aviation training. The tuition fee would cost $85,000-php 3.5 million for 12 months training, unifroms, books, food and etc.... But you need to finish atleast a 4 year college degree course be able to enroll in the aviation school.

    Meron din sa PAL dapat graduate ka ng atleast 4 year college degree course. Ang tuition fee, ang PAL at Allied Bank ay partners so pwedeng mag loan para sa tuition fee at payable naman pag nagka trabaho ka na.

    Take note:
    Dapat 20-20 eye vision mo.

    BTW, gusto ko rin mag pilot. Have you tried playing Flight Simulator? magugustuhan mo yan sigurado! hehehe
  • filial_pietyfilial_piety action_star PExer
    PATTS is the No. 1 aviation school!
  • renwockrenwock Member PExer
    Take note:
    Dapat 20-20 eye vision mo.


    hindi pala ako pwede mag aral ng pagiging piloto.. :mecry:
  • RougePercerRougePercer VFR | IFR | WP8 | RIM PExer
    Nagpatingin ka na ba sa optalmologist?
  • PhotoJoePhotoJoe Member PExer
    Take note:
    Dapat 20-20 eye vision mo.

    That's a common misconception. Your vision only needs to be correctable to 20/20 to be able to fly commercially. That means it's okay if you have glasses/contacts on, as long as you achieve 20/20 vision when wearing them.

    AFAIK, It's only the Air Force that requires its pilots to have 20/20 uncorrected vision. Applicants often get Lasik beforehand.
  • zerglingszerglings ::1/128 PExer
    totoo ba yan 20-20?? kasi gusto ko rin dati maging piloto.. noong nalaman ko 20-20 kailagan eh hindi na ako nagapply.. c",)
  • Don VitoDon Vito Godfather PExer
    PhotoJoe wrote: »
    That's a common misconception. Your vision only needs to be correctable to 20/20 to be able to fly commercially. That means it's okay if you have glasses/contacts on, as long as you achieve 20/20 vision when wearing them.

    AFAIK, It's only the Air Force that requires its pilots to have 20/20 uncorrected vision. Applicants often get Lasik beforehand.

    finally someone that knows what hes talking about.

    please research before posting things on the internet. you could mislead others.

    i've always wanted to be a pilot but i wear glasses. people always tell me that i cant be a pilot coz of my glasses. its so annoying coz i always have to explain to them that glasses are allowed.

    anyway, see for yourselves people. check the PAL website, they are currently hiring pilots and they accept applicants with "corrective lenses".
  • RougePercerRougePercer VFR | IFR | WP8 | RIM PExer
    Thanks for the information.
  • zuperkzuperk Member PExer
    There's an aviation school in Subic it's an international school for aviation training. The tuition fee would cost $85,000-php 3.5 million for 12 months training, unifroms, books, food and etc.... But you need to finish atleast a 4 year college degree course be able to enroll in the aviation school.

    Meron din sa PAL dapat graduate ka ng atleast 4 year college degree course. Ang tuition fee, ang PAL at Allied Bank ay partners so pwedeng mag loan para sa tuition fee at payable naman pag nagka trabaho ka na.

    Take note:
    Dapat 20-20 eye vision mo.

    BTW, gusto ko rin mag pilot. Have you tried playing Flight Simulator? magugustuhan mo yan sigurado! hehehe


    ano po yung name ng school sa subic? may website sila?? tnx po

    kailangan pala talaga tapusin ko muna tong course ko
  • makulitzmakulitz Member ✭✭
    ^clark aviation school

    renwock>>>nasa flying school ka na? saan? undergrad ka pa di ba. ayos ah, papalibre na lang ako ng tuition next time .hehe.

    subukan ko nga mag-inquire sa Emirates dito sa Dubai kung scholarship sila. Baka malibre ako.hehe
  • renwockrenwock Member PExer
    makulitz wrote: »
    ^clark aviation school

    renwock>>>nasa flying school ka na? saan? undergrad ka pa di ba. ayos ah, papalibre na lang ako ng tuition next time .hehe.

    subukan ko nga mag-inquire sa Emirates dito sa Dubai kung scholarship sila. Baka malibre ako.hehe

    haha hindi pa.. copy ko lang yung nabasa ko sa isang thread para mabuhay tong thread na ito, gusto ko din kasi malaman ang details.. itry mo dyan sa Emirates.. yan dream job ko, mag palipad ng erpleyn :rotflmao: .. haha
  • Don VitoDon Vito Godfather PExer
    http://www.pprune.org/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=45

    visit this site, it has a lot of useful info for aspiring pilots.

    about clark aviation, ive read a lot of negative stuff about this school. first is the absurd training fee which costs 4M pesos. PAL aviation school only charges around 2.5M. Omni Aviation charges at around 2M. but then again i havent been to Clark aviation so i wouldnt know if the 4M is worth it. only a student from clark could really tell us if it is worth the 4M.
  • zuperkzuperk Member PExer
    cant wait to finish my undergrad course:rolleyes:
  • kcmamarilkcmamaril Member PExer
    may nagsabi sa akin nasa 1m lang...nagtuturo na sya ngayun ng mga indians sa isang flightschool..

    **don't know the details pero nasa 1m lng nagastos ng family nya**
  • PICCCIPICCCI Member PExer
    The Philippine International Center for Cabin Crew, Inc, (PICCCI) conducts a half day seminar entitled: "You Can Fly!" every week. It introduces general aviation and tackles how one can become a pilot (either pilot or commercial). Registration is on going. For inquiries call 4965819. You may visit our office at unit 608 Cattleya Condominiums, Salcedo Street, Legaspi Village, Makati City. Everybody can fly!!!
  • Cyclone Flying School offers cost-effective package for complete pilot training course PPL+CPL+Instrument Rating+ Single/Multi-engine rating for only $32,000! It's cheap when you think about it bec it includes everything na. Best of all, kung ala ka money now, you can enroll sa Ground school muna and fly at your convenience until you reach the number of flying hours required for Private Pilot License or Commercial Pilot License. Astig db? their website is http://www.cycloneairways.com. Telephone (+078) 652-0913
    Fax No. (+078) 652-0913 Cellphone (+63) 9157093643. Ask for Capt. Harris Camposagrado, I heard that he gives discount to direct students or *** mga di galing sa agency. *okay* ;)
  • kevlackskevlacks Member PExer
    UPHSD..Sapphire School of Aviation... this year lang po na establish..hahahaha*okay*
  • ADLADL Member PExer
    Clark Aviation is in Clark Field, Pampanga, not Subic.

    Here's their website: http://www.alphagroup.aero/clark
  • briseisbriseis Member ✭✭
    PATTS is the No. 1 aviation school!

    this is super late reply.. patts doesnt have flying course, so meaning, they're not the No.1 . :D
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