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Which flying school in Malaysia is the best?
10-24-2009, 01:57 PM
Post: #31
maverick i thought u r from apft....

waiting for my turn
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10-24-2009, 03:02 PM
Post: #32
for the second time people...
just go to MFA..
you wont regret this
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10-24-2009, 03:13 PM
Post: #33
haha klifa so baddd Tongue how is apft and hma??? same as itns or better?? becoz they have more planes rite
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10-24-2009, 04:20 PM
Post: #34
my friend in HM graduate in less than 18 months..
it seems that HM is getting better...but still the fees is so expensive

For newbies...
aspiring pilots out there...

there is only 2 schools which are in good condition now...
1) MFA
2) HMA

Others...
I can guarantee you even the cadets wont recommend you to join their flying school...
Trust me..
YOU WONT REGRET!
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10-24-2009, 10:29 PM
Post: #35
Guys, I think the best school to go to right now is MFA and this is the reason why :

1. They have more than enough of planes for all the batches to complete their sortie's
2. They have brand new facilities. Eg. Cafeteria, Hostels, Class rooms, Flight Ops, etc etc.
3. Instructors are Good and knowledgeable.
4. Malacca is a very Ideal town. Eg. near to KL, JB and Singapore.

A very good friend of mine who's from APFT has informed me about his situation and it sounds TOTALLY RIDICULOUS!!..
Most of them there have been there for at least a year or even more and they've only collected 2 to 3 flying hours!.. Can you believe that!?!?.. I was shocked to the core!.. Plane's are insufficient and everyone's just waiting..
So you see guys, advertising plays an extremely important role.. All schools can say sweet and wonderful things to you before you hand them your money.
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10-25-2009, 02:43 AM
Post: #36
Honey Bear Wrote:Guys I have some current info about few flying academies in Malaysia.

ITNS - Joined last year July (15months) - Clocked around 50 hours currently doing CA6 and CA2...
KLIFA - Joined last Year March (19 months) - Clocked around 50 hours... finished CA6 and CA2
MFA - Joined last year June (16 months) - Finished 165 Single Engine now doing Twin Engine Phase... Finished CA6 and CA2

MFA's 2 new flight simulator just arrived. I guess will be ready soon.
30 hours out of 200 hours will be in SIM... 20 hours SE and 10 hours TE...

As what Maverick said,HMA n APFT trained their pilots more on SIM..So now MFA has 2 new SIMs,Will they do the same thing?I thought they have limits on SIM?.......Is APFT that bad?....<br /><br />-- Sun Oct 25, 2009 2:45 am --<br /><br />
dexmah Wrote:haiyo sum sum ah now only join. too late anot ah

Hai ya....I din know that ma...I thought flydamnit close then K.O d ma...hehe..
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10-28-2009, 10:21 AM
Post: #37
Airbus Sum Wrote:As what Maverick said,HMA n APFT trained their pilots more on SIM..So now MFA has 2 new SIMs,Will they do the same thing?I thought they have limits on SIM?.......Is APFT that bad?....
Unfortunately Yes, MFA is also going to adopt the same sort of style.
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10-28-2009, 10:57 AM
Post: #38
ya... most of the Instrument Flying will do in SIM...
for instrument flying most important is you know how to intercept or leg down and approach...
so flying the real aircraft or sim is not a big issue...

"Learn from mistake" is totally not suitable for a pilot. You might be don't have chance to fly again after you did a mistake. You can only learn from people's mistake.
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10-28-2009, 09:31 PM
Post: #39
Oh I see...M..m now I know more about it.....So which flying school will you guys recommend me?I have been to MFA and HMA before.Since now both schools own a flight SIM so I will jusy put it aside.The aircrafts in HMA are brand new and eqquiped with glass cockpit but the study environment in MFA is more condusive but Its planes are a bit too old...I 'm not sure how's APFT looks like?..May I know which flying school will give a better reputation to the cadets so they[cadets] are able to work for overseas airlines in the future if they want...THAN YOU very much ya....
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10-28-2009, 10:58 PM
Post: #40
MFA is more famous compare to other flying academies in Malaysia.
MFA had started since 20 years ago and many pilots around the world are graduated from here.

Yes the aircraft is very old but that is MFA's advantage... because MFA has alot qualified engineers to maintenance and repair the aircrafts which available now. Thats the reason why MFA didn't want to change new and advanced technology aircraft. Once the aircraft down or unserviceable they will repair it immediately and let it out as soon as possible. So students can fly and finish the course as soon as possible.

How about HMA, ITNS and others flying academies in Malaysia?
Does HMA has qualified engineer to repair and maintenance their Diamonds? Once got problem the aircraft grounded for how long? same things happened to ITNS, talking about their new Cirrus SR20. They usually send their aircrafts to CTRM for maintenance. I saw 1 cirrus SR20 grounded in CTRM for few months already but still not ready to use yet. How much times were wasted over there?

Guys, is your own choice... I already gave my opinions. Please make a right decision~ ^^

"Learn from mistake" is totally not suitable for a pilot. You might be don't have chance to fly again after you did a mistake. You can only learn from people's mistake.
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