Malaysian Flying Academy

Posted by kedai service 21.7.11



Malaysian Flying Academy. Whether you are a private pilot enthusiast wishing to take to the skies over the weekends for recreational purposes or whether you are contemplating charting a career for yourself in the fascinating world of aviation as a professional airline pilot, the professional flight training licenses and ratings that result from successful completion of the same form the indispensable and required tools and essentials to begin your journey to realizing your lofty aspirations.
The Malaysian Flying Academy (MFA) is the Malaysian pioneer in professional flight training that was established in 1982 and has been in continuous operation since 1987. MFA envisions its primary role in the education and training of professional pilots for major world airlines and other regular public air transport operators. MFA aims to fully prepare its cadet pilots for a flying career in the commercial aviation industry. A commercial pilot course graduate from MFA will be a professional pilot equipped with the level of aviation knowledge and accompanying aeronautical skill and ratings ready to be inducted into major world airlines' narrow body fleet

MFA has successfully trained and continues to train cadet pilots for major world airlines for the past two decades such as Malaysian Airlines, AirAsia, Singapore Airlines, Silk Air, Jetstar Airways and Air Mauritius as well as air regiments from Polis DiRaja Malaysia. MFA cadet pilot alumni have come from as far afield as Australia, Portugal, France, Hungary, Maldives, Mauritius, Myanmar, Iraq, Iran, Libya, United Arab Emirates, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Hong Kong, Finland, Japan, Oman, Yemen, Singapore and of course Malaysia.

MFA is an internationally recognised International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) listed advanced tertiary institution fully approved and accredited by the Department of Civil Aviation, Malaysia (DCA). All of MFA's courses are geared towards the exceptionally rigorous and demanding standards set out by DCA as well as the Joint Aviation Authority (JAA).

Kindly browse through our website to learn more about MFA as well as the professional flight training courses we offer in training pilots for the airlines of the world.

PPL - Private Pilot Licence Course

PPL - Private Pilot Licence Course

PPL Synopsis

The Private Pilot Licence Course is geared and crafted in accordance with the specifications as is presently required by the Malaysian Department of Civil Aviation. It is a minimum continuous twelve (12) week term course designed to train a person to be able to confidently pilot a single piston-engined aircraft on his or her own. A successful completion of this course along with DCA's theory examinations results in a Private Pilot Licence. It is an elementary course which is usually undertaken by private pilot enthusiasts or hobbyists to allow them to take up flying as a hobby. Incidentally, it also forms an integral part of the CPL/IR course detailed below.


PPL Minimum Entry Requirements
Successful completion of Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (Malaysian Secondary School or Year 12) or O Levels or its equivalent for overseas cadet pilots;

Minimum age of seventeen;

Pass medical examination (Class I or II) with a requisite certificate from a DCA approved medical practitioner; cadet pilots are advised to contact DCA directly for an up-todate list of such medical practitioners or they may browse through our online FAQ for the same; and

Exceptional competence in the English language.

PPL Ground School Training

Ground School Training covers eighty (80) hours of tuition and lectures on aviation theory subjects such as (not meant to be exhaustive):

Radio Telephony (Theory/Practical)

Navigation and Meteorology

Aviation Law

Aircraft General

Human Performance & Limitations

Aircraft Type Technical (Single Engine)

PPL Flight School Training

Flight School Training consists of forty eight (48) hours of solo and dual Single Engine (SE) flying on our Piper Warrior fleet.




CPL/IR - Commercial Pilot Licence with Instrument Rating Course


CPL/IR - Commercial Pilot Licence with Instrument Rating Course


CPL/IR Synopsis

The Commercial Pilot Licence with Instrument Rating Course is geared and crafted in accordance with the specifications as is presently required by the Malaysian Department of Civil Aviation. The course duration, inclusive of all ground and flying training, shall be not less than twelve (12) months, exclusive of holidays to meet the continuity requirement of an effective flight training and academic program for CPL (Single Engine) and overall, it shall not be less than fourteen (14) months, exclusive of holidays for the course as a whole. This approximates to eighteen (18) months.

The Commercial Pilot Licence with Instrument Rating (CPL/IR) course is an INTEGRATED COURSE in that its syllabus seamlessly integrates the Frozen Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) course syllabus such that the cadet pilot, who successfully undergoes this course to its completion and successfully passes all the requisite DCA and JAA exam papers which this course thoroughly prepares them for, secures his/her Commercial Pilot Licence with Instrument Rating as well as a Frozen Airline Transport Pilot Licence, which are all required licences and required ratings issued by DCA for a cadet pilot to be inducted into the narrow body fleet of major airlines.

This course is designed to train a person to be able to fly a commercial airplane. A successful completion of this course along with DCA's and the JAA’s theory examinations results in a Private Pilot Licence, a Commercial Pilot Licence with Instrument Rating and a Frozen Airline Transport Pilot Licence. It is an essential and fundamental course in one's path to becoming a full fledged pilot with commercial airlines.


CPL/IR Minimum Entry Requirements

Letter of approval from the Department of Civil Aviation, Malaysia; this is secured by the cadet pilot communicating their interest in the applicable course, their requisite medical certificate and their academic qualifications to DCA;

Successful completion of Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (Malaysian Secondary School or Year 12) with credits five (5) subjects including English, Mathematics and a Science subject or O Levels or its equivalent for overseas cadet pilots;

Minimum age of seventeen and age not less than 18 upon the issuance of a Commercial Pilot Licence;

Pass medical examination of Airline Transport Pilot Licence standard (Class I) with a requisite certificate from a DCA approved medical practitioner; cadet pilots are advised to contact DCA directly for an up-to-date list of such medical practitioners or they may browse through our online FAQ for the same; and

Exceptional competence in the English language.

CPL/IR Ground School Training

Ground School Training covers nine hundred twenty (920) hours of tuition and lectures on aviation theory subjects such as (not meant to be exhaustive):

PPL

Air Law

Navigation / Meteorology

Aircraft General

Radio Telephony (Theory / Practical)

Human Performance and Limitations

Aircraft Type Technical (Single Engine)

Phase I

Air Law I & II (DCAM)

Human Performance and Limitations (DCAM)

Principles of Flight (JAA)

Aircraft Systems (JAA)

Visual Flight Rules Communication (JAA)

Instrument Flight Rules Communication (JAA)

Phase II

Instrumentation (JAA)

Radio Navigation (JAA)

General Navigation (JAA)

Flight Planning and Monitoring (JAA)

Meteorology (JAA)

Phase III

Performance (JAA)

Mass and Balance (JAA)

Operational Procedures (JAA)

Aircraft Type Technical (Multi Engine)

CPL/IR Flight School Training

Flight School Training consists of a hundred sixty three (163) hours of solo and dual Single Engine (SE) flying to be completed at no less than twelve (12) months exclusive of holidays on our Piper Warrior fleet and thirty seven (37) hours of Multi Engine (TE) flying on our Piper Seneca fleet.


rospective cadet pilots who are interested in pursuing a flight training course with us and who wish to procure our detailed prospectus or those who wish to seek specific answers to their particular questions not already canvassed in our FAQ section are directed to our campus address with the contact details particularised below:-

Ms. Chua Airin
Registrar, Enquiry Desk
Malaysian Flying Academy Sendirian Berhad
Campus Address, No. 13617-1
Off Lapangan Terbang Batu Berendam
75350 Malacca, Malaysia

Voice: 606 317 4026 or 606 317 4834
Facsimile: 606 317 4362
Email: enquiries@mfa.edu.my

Web : http://www.mfa.edu.my

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