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 Group one of four attended the operation EAGLE EYE. A study tour of the Subang Airport and the Air Adventure Flying Club. 

Our special thanks to Mr. Vimallavathi from the Meteorological office at the subang airport as well as to Mr. Rahim Bin Hj. Mohamed from the Bomba, Mr. Mutalib from the maintenance company GM aero and Captain Sebastian Payne, Chief ground instructor and assisting  Dr. Zairil lecturer of the UPM aerospace engineering who is also heading the AAFC further studies committee. 

The first group of EAGLE EYE was able to get a close look at aircraft; Group leader MUHAMMAD NAZRUL ADAM BIN MOHD. FAUZI with his group in closing the knowledge gap of a UPM lab condition and Subang airport life conditions. 

with 3 more groups scheduled to take part in this training, we at the AAFC are proud to assist future Malaysian Aerospace Engineers from the UPM with their studies and hope that our contribution will bear fruits in the future; having a Malaysian aerospace engineer contributing towards the safety of aviation world wide.

 

 

 

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Group one attended the Subang airport training 12/11/2017 – MUHAMMAD NAZRUL ADAM BIN MOHD. FAUZI ( Group leader ), MUHAMMAD ZULHILMI BIN HASNI, NIK MUHAMMAD FADHIL BIN MOHD. ASRI, KUHAN A/L MANOHARAN, MOHD. FAZRI BIN SEDAN, MUHAMMAD ALIMIN BIN MD. SHAFIE, MUHAMMAD AFIQ BIN AHMAD WIZRAN, NURUL HUDA HUSNA BT ZAINOL ABIDIN, AZWIN BINTI AZIZUL HASSAN, NUR ALIA AFIFAH BINTI AZMAN

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being brief about airport safety and how an aircraft incident will be handled. on the left is Mr. Rahim Bin Hj. Mohamed, First Officer (AFRS) 

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Mr. Vimallavathi head of the Meteorology office at Subang airport is briefing students on how weather is been recorded and forecasts are being prepared

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Will it reach in case of an emergency, what could be done that we reduce emergencies.

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Safety is paramount in aviation, for designers as well as staff on the ground.

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