AAG’s Airline Pilot Program and First Officer Transition graduates meet up for the first time to strengthen alumni relationship and discuss further collaborative projects

Clark, Pampanga— Alpha Aviation Group (AAG) held its first ever alumni meet last 22nd of March in its training grounds in Clark to promote a day of fellowship and camaraderie among graduates, cadets, and employees.

AAG Regional Director Cris Magdangal with APP alumni from Batches 17 to 22

  The said event attended by more than 10 alumni is a vehicle for AAG to achieve the starting association’s strategic objectives, mainly—alumni accomplishments; alumni participation; cadet referrals; and “pay it forward” projects.

Mr. Ruel Rombaoa (Sales and Marketing Manager) spearheaded the planning and discussion among the alumni, cadets, and employees.

Cadet Angelo Listano (APP Batch 34) sharing his thoughts regarding the formation of alumni network

An introductory speech was also delivered by the newly promoted Cebu Pacific airline Captain Marco Bayrante who is an accomplished alumnus from the Airline Pilot Program (APP) Batch 1 to inspire the on-going cadet pilots in their journey of pursuing their dream career.

Left to Right: Mr. Robert Matutina (Chief Ground Instructor) together with Capt. Bayrante (APP Batch 1), F.O. Allan Villagracia (TRT), and Ms. Rufina Santos (Client and Student Relations Manager)

More alumni meetings are to be organized soon including an upcoming Grand Alumni Homecoming this year where alumni achievements are to be recognized as discussed by AAG’s Regional Director, Mr. Cristopher Magdangal, in his inspirational speech.

RD Cris Magdangal delivering his inspiring speech to AAG alumni, students, and employees about the future game plan of the company

The program ended with a campus tour to highlight the latest facilities enhancement in the training grounds and cadet-alumni meet and greet for the lower batches to get to know more their upper batch mates.—

AAG alumni, cadets, and some employees in one photograph

Photos by: Delmar Iso