Sunday, 3 August 2014

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Duration :               10 - 12 Months [ 1 Year Approx]

Eligibility:  10+2 or its equivalent with a minimum of 50 percent marks in mathematics and physics. (If you don’t have Physics & Maths in 10+2 you have an option of doing these two subjects from National Institute of Open Schooling’s On-Demand Examinations and can still start your Pilot training course.

Age : At least 17 Years of Age to start Pilot Training. Vision in one eye must be perfect. (6/6 Eyesight)


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Royhle Flight Training Academy
2nd Floor,GM Building,
North Road Daro,
Dumaguete,
Negros Oriental,
Philippines - 6200.
airlines.pilot.training@gmail.com
Contact Person :
Capt. Joyance John
Sales and Marketing
ROYHLE Flight Training Academy




1 comment:

  1. I don't live in Asia. I do love the female faces for your flight images though! I am taking flying classes at http://www.flyhaa.com/helicopter/courses/ and LOVE it. It seems all too often that when I look into flying of any sort the imagery associated is all male. Thanks for the breath of fresh air!

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