ground Classes – exams – Flight Training

Classes – study – exams

classes:

Air law – 15 hours

Radio telephony written – 10 hours

Radio telephony verbal – 5 hours

Aircraft General Knowledge – 20 hours

Navigation – 15 hours

Meteorology – 15 hours

Human Performance and Limitations – 10 hours

Principles of Flight – 15 hours

Operational Procedures – 15 hours

VHF COM – 10 hours

Flight Performance & Limitations – 8 hours

Ground Classes are a must and you will need to pass 120 hours to meet the regulation by the CAAM. 

AAFC conducts Hangar group study classes at Subang International Airport. ( temporary suspended due to MCO) 

Self Study

 there is no end to self study and checking your progress. 

We have designed SQUAWK, a one stop online learning center for all your training, booking and all flight tracking. 

SQUAWK allows you to manage your ground classes,

SQUAWK is fully loaded with books, study materials, videos for learning and knowledge sharing.

AAFC student study guide 

And a large bank of 1000 Malaysian sample test questions for your Private Pilot License training. 

We managed to put all your needs into SQUAWK. made for you, made to get you ready for your EXAMS

5 steps to get your PPL with the AAFC.

Step 01

  1. click on SQUAWK or go direct to www.aafcbooking.com 
  2. register
  3. Admin will send you some information and activate your account. Welcome to the AAFC

Step 02

  1. Download the membership form, fill up and submit.
  2. Download, fill up and submit all the other forms.
  3. Scan and submit personal information needed to get CAAM issue you your Student pilot license.


Step 03

  1. Attend ground classes that are held 3 times a week. ( all classes will be recorded and can be viewed in our LIBRARY)
  2. Each subject will have an expert ground Instructor that will take you from the ground up and prepares you for the Exams.
  3. you can attend as many times the ground classes as you like. 

Step 04

  1. we have created the first online Malaysian PPL ground class pre exams quizzes for each subject.
  2. More than 1000 questions are available for you and you can select between revise, mark & go or the timed version of these quizzes.
  3. Ready to register for the CAAM EXAMS. 


Step 05

Flight Training – the exciting part of your adventure towards your dream to fly. Flight training and ground training can go hand in hand, but you will need some basics prior to getting into an aircraft and learn to fly. 

  1. Discuss with your personal Flight Instructor best times and days you like to fly. ( we fly 7 days a week, sunrise to sunset) 
  2. Make bookings after consultation with your flight instructor, going through the syllabus of your training as outlined in your Student Study Guide. ( available on LIBRARY)
  3. Complete all syllabus  flights, your solo hours and prepare for the big day of your final Flight Test. 

Exams will be held at CAAM -Putrajaya

All written exams will be held at Mava – Putrajaya. 

Due to Covid-19 all tests have been postponed. Please stand by on dates when students will be able to sit.

Location of Exams been held:

Level 4 Blok Podium A

No 27 Persiaran PerdanaPrecinct 4
62618 Putrajaya

Flight training at the Air Adventure Flying Club – conducted in Cessna 172

Cessna 172 N – 9M-TFC, a clean and well used aircraft that has been in Service with us for more than 8 years. A 160 hp 4 seater workhorse that has a very forgiving flying characteristic. With Madras wing tips, this grand old lady of the sky with a 7 hours endurance is the perfect aircraft for your cross country flight.

Cessna 172 P – 9M-NCU, a 1985 recently repainted aircraft that we bought from the US Airforce AUX aircraft. With the Lycoming factory overhauled engine, this aircraft is happy to take you anywhere, ILS, Autopilot and DME will help you with that task.

Cessna 172 SP – 9M-ZAR a 2002 SP model with all the trimmings, whistle and bells. A great fast and good looking aircraft.

Cessna 150M – 9M-JFA unfortunately we are still awaiting the engine that will need to go into this aircraft… 

Flight training syllabus

Flight training is conducted as per the CAAM approved flight training syllabus that AAFC and members can obtain their copies of the STUDENT STUDY GUIDE the that was compiled specifically for the AAFC with you in mind.

Student study guide
Flight training syllabus

Familiarisation, this lesson be be for 1.5 hours and your flying experience will be 0.6 hours or around 35 minutes and will include: aircraft systems, checklists and controls, emergency drills, current flying regulations, tech log and authorisation, external checks, engine start and warm up: to get your aircraft ready for the flight, this is important and should be done for before EACH flight. In this video student pilot Joel Kuan and student Albert Tee do a pre flight check on our training aircraft Cessna 172 P – 9M NCU.

Straight and level 1, looks easy, not easy. the instructor demonstrate to you a take off, thank a straight and level at constant poor and direction maintaining a constant hight. you will be show how to rejoin the airfield and the limitations of the engine.

Straight and level 2, follow through in take off, and we will in this lesson see how the aircraft flies straight and level at different power settings, as well as on specific airspeed. you will learn the effects of flaps . this lesson will take one hour.

Effect of control I is lesson number two and in this lesson you will learn the effects of primary flight controls, effect of airspeed and slipstream, effects of trim, effects of power change. 0.8 hours or 50 minutes lesson.

Climb and descend I, after your take off , we exerciser the climbing and descending of the aircraft and review straight and level. a one hour training flight.

Effect of control II is all about introduction to taxi, effects of power, flaps, engine controls, mixture leaning – carburettor heat use and about airmanship. this lesson usually lasts for 0.8 hours or about 50 minutes.

Medium turns, here we learn to do a 30 degree angle of bank from a straight and level flight and do climbing and descending turns. a challenging sortie that will take apron 0.8 hours or 50 minutes.

Descending 2, effects of flaps, power , base technique and a normal rejoin is being done in a one hour training flight.

Circuits 1, we are doing some circuit work, the upwind and downwind, base and final leg as well as normal landings. A one hour sortie.

Circuits 2, short field take off, revisions on the circuits and practice flawless landings. A demonstration of a EFATO.

Circuits 3, is all about cross wind techniques as well as revision for circuits 1 and 2. gliding techniques and go around practice.

Clean stall, in this sortie we will enter a clean stall, see the signs of an approaching stall, the indications and actions when a wing drop is occurring. than we are recovering from this stall. A one hour sortie.

Stall 2, here we revise the previous lessons, and do a stall on the finals approach, as well as the go around procedures, we demonstrate a circuit, overshoot and a flow through for a normal landing. A one hour sortie.

Steep turns & unusual attitude is practiced in this 0.8 hour sortie and steep turns of 45-50degree AOB as well as unusual attitudes recovery is on the menu.

Instrument flying 1, is all about learning to with without the hood, practicing rate 1 turns, medium turns & steep turns. clump and descents and coordinated manoeuvres as well as unusual positions recovery technique

Instrument flying 2 , is about a one hour sortie same as instrument 1 but this time with the hood.

Instrument flying 3, is as per 1 with hood and we are including a VOR approach in the training.

Instrument flying 4, is as per 1 with the hood and a limited panel, a challenging flight that will last one hour.

Navex 1, will be a 1.6 hour navigation flight via kapar, kuala selangor, tangoing malim, rawang and back to subang

Navex 1, will be a 1.6 hour navigation flight via kapar, kuala selangor, tangoing malim, rawang and back to subang

Practice Diversion is a 0.8 hour flight with practice diversion to WMKF. Demonstration of a instrument approach into WMSA.

Practiced forced landing, a short field take off, a clean stall, selection of a forced landing site, high key, low key and emergencies like WFATO and engine failure in the Air, a total of one hour sortie.

Circuites 4, is a practiced abort take off, normal circuits, EFATO, low level circuits and short field landing a one hour sortie.

Circuits 5, revision of all types circuits, cross wind landings, demo radio failure all part of a one hour sortie.

Basic handling test / pre solo check by the QFI after a 3 times normal landing with the instructor.

Circuits 7,  will be your first solo, that can be 10 minutes but will feel like one hour.

Circuits 8,  is the revision of all circuits as well as selected emergencies. total of 0.8 hours.

Circuits 9,  is the second normal circuit.

Circuits 10, this is the 3rd solo and should be a normal circuit only.

General handling 2, is all about the normal take off to the training area, GH revision and PFL training areas, rejoining to subang airfield for a PFL, do a circuit revision.

General handing 3, will be the first solo to the training area

General handling 4, will be a one hour revision for circuits

General handling 5, same as 4 but a solo flight.

General handling 6, will be your basic handling test

General handling 7, another solo flight

NAVEX 3, will be a dual flight, subang rawang tangoing maxim, slim and back via sekinchan kuala selangor kapar and subang

NAVEX 4, will be as per 3 but a solo sortie.

NAVEX 5,  is a dual 2.4 hour flight to Melaka, going coastal and back inland.

NAVEX 6, is as per 5 but as a solo flight

General Handling 9, is a solo revision 1.1 hour estimated.

Pre test is all about a revision of all general handling exercises and will take 1.2 hour

Final Test,  with the DCA examiner Captain Chow or captain Farid