The Civilian Pilot Training Program (CPTP), a flight training program initiated by the U.S. government from 1938 to 1944, was initially designed to augment the number of civilian pilots. However, its influence reached far beyond, impacting military preparedness significantly. In a similar spirit of nurturing aviation talents, significant airlines have relaxed the prerequisites for pilots, eliminating the requirement for four-year degrees and broadening traditional recruitment networks.
Significantly, flight-training institutions have established partnerships to funnel more pilots into the aviation sector. United Airlines made a groundbreaking move by becoming the first major U.S. airline to own and operate its flight school, the United Aviate Academy (UAA). Since its inception in 2021, UAA has experienced an influx of over 30,000 applications, with an inaugural batch of 51 graduates, 80% of whom were women and people of colour.
Based in Goodyear, Arizona, the UAA program typically spans one year, culminating with graduates emerging as certified flight instructors. Post-graduation, students engage in a 5-6 year journey of amassing flight hours and achieving top-tier certifications, eventually qualifying to pilot larger aircraft for United Airlines. Dana Donati, CEO of the academy, clarifies that UAA's mission isn't to replace an aviation degree but to determine the optimal training environment for student success.
In support of this endeavour, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) emphasized the need to rethink recruitment strategies for the next generation. An example of this forward-thinking approach was the FAA's 2022 allocation of $5 million in funding for high school aviation classes, fostering an early interest in aviation careers. Despite these innovative measures, the FAA remains committed to ensuring pilots possess the qualifications for safe aircraft operation.
Our consultancy, headquartered in Ramshah Path, Putalisadak, Kathmandu, aligns with this philosophy by offering training programs for aspirational Airplane and Helicopter Pilots via our partner institutions. We have an impressive record, having successfully guided over 60 students into becoming pilots employed by various airlines across Nepal.
We extend an open invitation to dedicated individuals with a passion for flying to join our training programs. Our expertise guides prospective pilots from the initial steps to earning their commercial pilot's license. We've partnered with top-flight training schools in South Africa, the USA, and the Philippines, some of which is EASA certified institutions. These partners have extensive experience training Nepalese students and are equipped with modern facilities.
In adherence to the latest regulations from the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN), we've tailored our pilot training courses to comply with all CAAN regulations. Eligibility requirements include completion of 10+2 science and medical fitness. Come, let us aid you in your journey to touch the sky.
Our consultancy, situated in Ramshah Path, Putalisadak, Kathmandu, takes pride in fostering the dreams of those eager to soar the skies. Our strength lies in our partnerships with top-flight training institutions in South Africa, the USA, and the Philippines. Some EASA-certified institutions have garnered over two decades of experience training Nepalese students, utilizing modern aircraft and facilities. We offer training programs for aspiring Airplane and Helicopter Pilots and have already successfully guided over 60 students to become pilots, now serving various airline companies across Nepal.
We meticulously adhere to the latest Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) regulations for our pilot training courses. As a result, Nepalese aspiring to serve as pilots on multi-crew aircraft will receive ATPL knowledge from approved training organizations following CAAN requirements.
If you're driven, dedicated, and harbour a passion for flying, visit us. Let's embark together on a journey that transforms your dream of earning a commercial pilot's license into a reality. Our partners ensure the logging of actual flight hours, prearrange accommodations and prioritize student service. Eligibility requirements include completion of 10+2 science and medical fitness. Reach out to us today, and let's connect you with our graduates serving as captains and first officers in different airlines.
The business and accounting programs in the Philippines adhere to the US’s GAAP and IFRS, and its engineering and marine schools are recognized by the APEC Engineer Registry and International Maritime Organization's white list. Students can expect high-quality training from over 115,000 teachers with master’s and doctorate degrees.
In addition to providing high-quality education, the Philippines offers foreign students ample recreation opportunities. Beyond their rigorous academic commitments, students can enjoy many outdoor activities in pristine beach settings, heritage sites showcasing Asian and European architecture, and other tourist spots. Students can enjoy luxurious amenities at five-star hotels, restaurants, entertainment venues, shopping malls, and cafes.
The Philippines is renowned for its hospitable and joyful citizens. Visitors are often impressed by the warm welcome they receive. The local festivals, reflecting the country’s rich and diverse culture and traditions, are a major attraction for foreign students. Kwon Ka-young shared her fascination with the week-long Filipino festivals, as Korean festivals typically last only two or three days. She enjoyed festivals like Ati-than, where Koreans and Filipinos united in celebration, dancing, singing, and even drinking.
Furthermore, studying in the Philippines is comparatively more affordable than other countries offering high-quality education. A moderate lifestyle can be maintained on a monthly budget of US$350 to US$500.