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What Happens During a Pilot’s Checkride?
April 26, 2023
AAG Corporate Affairs

The moment your flight instructor believes that you’re ready to become a fully-fledged pilot, they’ll endorse you for a pilot checkride. Also known as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) examination, this checkride is a practical exam that’s designed to test your piloting knowledge and skills. As a student pilot, getting the chance to take the […]

Another Batch of 16 Cadet Pilots
AAG Welcomes Another Batch of 16 Cadet Pilots
April 20, 2023
AAG Corporate Affairs

Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga, Philippines – Another batch of 16 cadet pilots were inducted to AAG Philipppines’ Airline Pilot Program (APP) on 21 March 2023. This is the 2nd intake for this year and the 67th since AAGP launched this flagship cadet pilot program. “We are incredibly thankful that you (the parents) have chosen AAG as your service […]

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What’s in a Pilot’s Travel Suitcase?
April 19, 2023
AAG Corporate Affairs

Many experience a sense of glamor and intrigue when they see a pilot rushing to and from the airport. Thanks to popular media and movies like Catch Me If You Can, pilots are often perceived as worldly, debonair avant-gardes who carry novel items inside their flight bags. The truth, however, is somewhat less exciting. Regardless […]

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AAG Maintenance Training Center Welcomes Another Batch of 28 Interns
April 11, 2023
AAG Corporate Affairs

Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga, Philippines – AAG International Center for Aviation Training (AICAT) Maintenance Training Center (MTC) welcomed 28 interns from the Philippine State College of Aeronautics (PhilSCA) to its Aviation Maintenance Internship Program (AMIP) on 20 March 2023. Capt. Napoleon Garcia (AICAT Accountable Manager) and Capt. Vicente Casibang II (AAG Philippines Accountable Manager) shared their […]

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5 Emergency Situations That Pilot Cadets Will Learn How to Handle in Flight School
April 4, 2023
AAG Corporate Affairs

According to the latest numbers from Statista, four million people fly somewhere around the world every day. This number is expected to increase even further as experts note the “revenge traveling” phenomenon, wherein people are flying more than ever to make up for the lockdowns that occurred during the global pandemic. Given how normal and […]