The domestic and South East Asian markets are served from AAG’s base in the Philippines where they operate an Approved Training Organization (ATO) and a certified Type Rating Training Organization (TRTO) for the Airbus A320.
It also has the only EASA-certified Level D Airbus A320 Full Flight Simulator in its Philippine platform.
The Middle East Region is served by Alpha Aviation Academy UAE, a joint venture with Air Arabia in Sharjah UAE, the biggest MPL provider in the Region.
Alpha Aviation Group is a pioneering institution in pushing for the Multi-crew Pilot License (MPL) in the Philippines and UAE, the latter being the largest provider of First Officers via the MPL route. AAG has a proven track record of entering new markets and developing local relationships with regulators and airlines – often having to cross-certify between countries.
In June 2017, AAG formed a strong partnership with Philippine Airlines which involves leasing the company’s first ever CAE A330/340 Full Flight Simulator in the Philippines.
July 22, 2005
Formerly known as International Aviation Group Development Corporation or Clark Aviation
AAG’s roots can be traced back to its incorporation on July 22, 2005. It started its commercial operations for the Multi-Crew Pilot License a year after.
August 11, 2011
Now Alpha Aviation Group (Philippines), Inc.
Clark Aviation is recognized as Alpha Aviation Group (Philippines), Inc. when C&C Alpha Group, a UK-based company with worldwide investments in healthcare, hospitality, real estate, utilities, and aviation, saw its potential and invested in it.
October 4, 2011
Courses and Training
AAG started to offer its Airline Pilot Training Course, now known as Airline Pilot Program. This course is perfect for those who do not have any flying experience. Eventually, the First Officer Transition Course was added for CPL/IR license holders who wish to have an edge and advantage in applying to airline companies.
2011 – Present
Alpha Aviation Group Today
AAG continues to prosper as 97% of its graduates land jobs in different international and local airlines. To date, almost 38 batches of pilots has been trained and more are still preparing for their future career in the flight deck.