Asia Pacific Flight Training (APFT) was set up to provide training towards obtaining a professional pilot’s licence. The academy is located at Sultan Ismail Petra Airport, Pengkalan Chepa, Kota Bharu, Kelantan.
APFT is approved by the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) Malaysia. Internationally recognised by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), APFT has been selected by Malaysia Airlines and other major airlines as an approved organisation for the flight training of their cadet pilots. The academy has been given the status of a private higher education institution (IPTS) by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia. APFT is also accredited with the MS ISO 9001:2008.
At APFT, cadets are exposed to an aviation environment where airline domestic flights occur daily. Sultan Ismail Petra Airport is a first-class airfield, equipped with radar, instrument landing system and other approach aids.
Asia Pacific Flight Training is a fully accredited college of flight training, approved to teach and examine students for:
As a private institution of higher education registered with the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia, APFT conducts a course of study for the Diploma in Aviation (Pilot Training).
Asia Pacific Flight Training (APFT) is located within the perimeter of the Sultan Ismail Petra Airport. Sultan Ismail Petra Airport is equipped with the most modern and technically advanced navigation aids. Apart from the monsoon period, you will enjoy probably the most favourable flying weather in Malaysia, free from the haze and bad visibility. There is ample airspace for training.