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AAG’s Batch 13 Graduates
August 20, 2015
Keziah Cyrene Garcia

AAG is proud to present its 13th batch of graduates. These talented pilots are now ready to join an airline and contribute to the growing aviation industry, We wish them the best of luck in their careers!

AAG’s Cadets Receive their Pins
Keziah Cyrene Garcia

Some of Alpha Aviation Group’s cadets recently received their pins after completing their first solo flight without the assistance of an instructor. A tradition that all aspiring pilots look forward to, the ceremony was held at AAG’s campus in Clark.

two pilot trainees in a cockpit of a flight simulator
How to Become a Commercial Airline Pilot
August 18, 2015
Keziah Cyrene Garcia

To become a professional airline pilot is a dream for many, but it requires a comprehensive level of skill and competency (not to mention various licenses and certifications). For those who wish to become an airline pilot; here is a comprehensive guide from the AAG Newsroom that explains the various certifications required and the kind of training you can come to expect at each and every phase.

two pilots in a cockpit
Why Every Pilot Needs a Type Rating Certification for the Airbus A320
August 11, 2015
Keziah Cyrene Garcia

A type rating certification is one of the most important credentials a pilot should acquire if they want a career as an airline pilot, a type rating is necessary certification for flying a commercial jet. Having a type rating provides a pilot the necessary competencies to operate an aircraft and provide the pilot with a comprehensive knowledge of the system and skill required on a specific kind of jet aircraft.

The Benefits of Training with Alpha Aviation Group
August 5, 2015
Keziah Cyrene Garcia

Alpha Aviation Group (AAG) is one of the most reputable and successful Approved Training Organizations (ATO) in the Far East. It offers a comprehensive range of courses for aspiring commercial pilots through to qualified pilots looking for type ratings or recurrent training.