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Piloting in Malaysia is the study of airplane flight manoeuvres and procedures to transport passengers or goods from one location to another in the aviation industry.
Have you ever heard that cool voice over the speakers announcing how high up in the sky you were in a plane? Ever wanted to don those cool aviators and walk into a plane as all the passengers stare and marvel at you? Do you enjoy travelling to exotic locations far away from home? Read on as we help you launch your career in aviation that all begins with studying Piloting in Malaysia.
A course in Piloting will definitely teach you how to fly an aircraft (obviously!). With all the aerMore details Less
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The aviation industry has been growing the fastest in the Asia Pacific region thanks to modern fleet and growth in the tourism industry.
With so many degree options out there, here are some top reasons why you should study Piloting:
What better way to travel the world for free than to join a course in Piloting! Pilots are given free accommodation, medical coverage, uniforms, meals and other allowances when they are on duty.
Although you might have to pay for your fees through your nose (metaphorically, of course), but piloting will be a lucrative career besides receiving other benefits from your employer.
If you are not as responsible as you should be, then a course in Piloting will be perfect for you! A Pilot will have to be in control of the entire plane with possibly hundreds of people in it so every slight turn you make or the way you maneuver the plane will make a huge impact on everyone, hence, making you a more responsible person.
Quote “Whatever we do we must remember our aim at every moment. If you dream to fly with eagles don’t waste time in swimming with ducks.”
Important Note: A course in Piloting will help you obtain your Commercial Pilot Licence and Instrument Rating (CPL/IR). This is considered a Frozen ATPL license. In order to ‘unfreeze’ the license, you will need to secure a full ATPL license that will only be available once you complete 1,500 hours of flying. There are different types of licences: 1) Private Pilot License (PPL) 2) Commercial Pilot License (CPL) 3) Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) - for those who hold the position of captain in large aircrafts. A Piloting course will typically cost around RM200,000 to RM300,000 but you can apply for the Cadet Pilot Programme offered by different airlines. This programme encompasses an airline sponsoring your flying school education, after which you will be bonded to them for a certain number of years. Partially sponsored education with a secured placement at the airline proves a win-win situation! .
A pilot needs to be good with numbers, which is why mathematics and Physics are very important in their line of work. Like any profession, their calculations need to be spot on to ensure the safety of their passengers.
A pilot always needs to have the steadiest mind on board the plane. As they have to navigate through weather that sometimes, may not be the most ideal, a pilot needs to be calm and remember all sorts of different emergency procedures should the unthinkable happen, well unthinkable for most of us, a pilot not only thought, was is ready with the next step. (Pilots even have a simulation to sit for every 6 months in an airline, as to keep them on their toes and familiar with any emergency)
Pilots have to be ready to work hard, very hard. While a pilot’s salary is no secret to anyone who has ever glanced over a list of the best-paid jobs, they work extremely hard to earn their money and stripes. Often time, a pilot would find themselves working from before dawn to after dusk, days in a row. Other times a pilot would have to be ready to captain a flight in the wee hours of the morning if they’re on call. In simple terms, be prepared to work.
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Do note that all courses should be accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA). Click here to check if the course you choose is accredited. For a start, here are some of the most popular piloting in Malaysia.
Shah Alam1 Course
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