The Aiyura Aircraft Maintenance School (AAMES) is located in Aiyura valley in PNG's Eastern Highlands Province. It is an Aircraft maintenance Engineering School. Aiyura Aircraft Maintenance Engineering School is now a fully registered CAR141 Aviation Training Organisation in Papua New Guinea providing standardized aircraft maintenance engineering training to Papua New Guineans. The School was given their registration and certification from the PNG Department of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology (DHERST) on February 09, 2022. It has been the school's long term goal to have the school registered under the Education Department of Papua New Guinea and the Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Papua New Guinea, and have achieved that on the eve of our ninth year in operation.
Offer two years of Knowledge training on aircraft maintenance engineering as part of CAR Part 66-Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licensing requirements in the PNG
The training grants students the right to participate in the aircraft maintenance engineering license program in PNG and a Certificate 3 in aircraft Maintenance Engineering Aiyura Maintenance engineers licensing examinations conducted by the Civil aviation Safety authority of PNG
Papua New Guinea has few flight training schools where aspiring students pursue for pilot training in these schools. Mostly the pilot training or aircraft engineering are offered by airlines rather than established commercial companies. Below is the list of pilot training schools available in Papua New Guinea.
There are several international companies who have express interest but yet to establish their Flight Training Schools in PNG.
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New Zealand is one of the top destination for students who want to pursue a career in flying and become pilots. Many international students who do pilot training in New Zealand Flight Training Schools join some of the worlds top airlines as pilots, aircraft engineers and flight instructors.
The weather in New Zealand is ideal for pilot training as the days are clear and sunny days for months. Pilot training can take advantage of the cooler seasons to get practical experience flying in cloud conditions, sometimes even within icing conditions.
Training in New Zealand is cost effective. This reduced cost in building flight hours and training can be a real advantage to Pilots from European & Asian countries. Here cadets are trained from day 1 of flying right through to their first Airliner Simulator Training Flight.
New Zealand’s geographical setting and varying meteorological condition aids pilot airmanship in training students to be world class pilots.
So if you are going to New Zealand for pilot training, one of the following would be your target. The course programs offered in New Zealand Flight Training are :