Philippine Airlines Aviation School
Started in the early sixties, the Philippine Airlines Aviation School takes pride in being the first Aviation School in Asia.
Through the years, PAL Aviation School carried on the tradition of training excellence that made it the primary source of Philippine Airlines’ corps of PRESTIGIOUS, PROFESSIONAL and COMPETENT PILOTS.
The PAL Aviation School has a fleet of 10 CESSNA 172 aircraft. It also has one FRASCA 142 synthetic flight trainer. Ground school training is held at the PAL Learning Center, Manila while flight training is held at Clark Field, Pampanga.
The core objective of the Pilot Training Courses offered by Philippine Airlines Aviation School is to teach aspiring pilots to be knowledgeable and proficient in flying through the application of extensive training techniques and procedures that meet the standards set by Philippine Airlines and required by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines.
Pilot Trainees in the AB-Initio Pilot Training Program
Instrument Rating Training (Basic and Advance)
Flight Instructor Course
Through these courses, Philippine Airlines Aviation School also aims to be the primary producer of skilled and globally competitive pilots in the world.
In 1993, the newly formed Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) established the Clark Development Corporation which was given the responsibility of rehabilitating and developing the former Clark Air Force base, which is now known as the Clark Free Port Zone (CFPZ).
Omni Aviation was organized in the early part of 1993 and was formally incorporated that August with the intention to lease and develop the premises of the Clark Aero Club, a 32-hectare aerodrome located adjacent to the main runways of the former Clark Air Force Base. In early February 1994, Omni Aviation Corporation signed a 25-year lease with the Clark Development Corporation. The lease is renewable for an additional 25 years when it expires in 2019. Over the years, the Omni Aviation Complex has literally risen from the ashes of Mount Pinatubo to become a lush aviation park unlike any other in the Philippines.
Omni was originally owned by five retired B-747 airline captains, one retired Airbus 320 Captain with combined aeronautical experience in excess of 250 years and approximately 170,000 flying hours. Five businessmen with interests in the fields of transportation, securities trading and finance,
manufacturing, and education among others, round out Omni's list of shareholders.
In the first quarter of 2011 an educational institution acquired ownership of a large portion of company stocks. An ambitious plan to significantly expand the operations is a foot.
Flight & Simulator Training, Inc. (Fly Fast)
Flight And Simulator Training, Inc. (FAST, Inc.) was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission on September 3, 1992. Is is also duly approved and licensed by the former Air Transportation Office (ATO) now the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP).
The new owners took over in February, 1997 and transferred the school to its new location at RPMCI Hangar. Currently it is operating one (1) Cessna 150, seven (7) Cessna 152, five (5) Cessna 172, one (1) Piper Seminole and one (1) Piper Aztec. It also operates one (1) ATC710 simulator and two (2) Elite P-135PCATD simulators for Single Engine and (1) ATC820M simulator for Multi Engine .
Cyclone Airways, Inc. was molded by people who are most passionate about flying, the Camposagrados. Our family has been in the aviation business for almost 50 years starting with the Camposagrado Air Taxi which was built on 1959 by Capt. Arsenio Camposagrado. Our name is trusted and respected in the Philippine skies. Since we care too much about flying, we therefore made it our business to ensure that our customers get the best service and education in aviation by ensuring the highest possible standards and safe flying techniques. We have won the hearts of our customers and gained their loyalty and adoration by serving with integrity, dedication and passion. We also won acclaim of the title, one of the “safest non-scheduled airlines in the Philippines” by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines.
Masters Flying School
MASTERS FLYING SCHOOL is dedicated to upkeep and upgrade the standards of Aviation in accordance with the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) policies, rules and regulations. In furtherance of enhancing proper training of pilots, we have the responsibility of rearing our students to the highest standards and make them valuable and productive assets of society serving God, Country and Community. Since its inception Masters Flying School has produced professional pilots now serving various airlines and general aviation in the Philippines as well as in their own respective countries. Several batches of the Philippine Army Aviation Battalion are alumni of Masters Flying School and are now command pilots in their own institution. Foreign students include American, Bangladesh, Indian, Nepalese, Egyptian, Mexican, Papua New Guinuea, Chinese and Arab Nationals, all of whom are with good moral character and are now achievers in their prestigious endeavors after acquisition of their Commercial Pilot Licenses with Instrument Rating.