Asia Pacific Flight Training
|Base||Sultan Ismail Petra Airport, Kota Bharu, Kelantan, Malaysia|
APFT offers courses leading to the airplane private, commercial and airline transport pilot licences and multi-engine, instrument and assistant flight instructor ratings. The school also offers a Diploma in Aviation (Pilot Training), which is approved by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency.
The school started training students in 2005 and was officially opened in 2006. It is the first Malaysian flight school to be accredited as a "private institution of higher learning". The school has a fleet of over 30 aircraft. It trains pilots for Malaysian Airlines, Nepal Airlines and Garuda Airlines.
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