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While most people are more likely to think Thai cooking school then Thai flight school, there are a number of reasons to come to Thailand in order to get one’s pilots license. Both Thai and foreign students are welcome to several academies and flying clubs that can certify pilots for a Private Pilot License or Commercial Pilot License. While flight school courses require considerable time commitments (minimum 60 hours for a PPL course) and exams are only given every three months, rates for getting an a pilots license in Thailand are far more reasonable than in most developed nations and Thailand has high standards as regulated by the Thai Department of Civil Aviation
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Apsara Tours is a travel service company that operates in Thailand as its principal market and also operates in bordering countries (Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, China, Vietnam….). The company’s headq...
founded in 1998 by a group of dedicated enthusiasts has now grown to attract over 300 members. Two Cessna 150/2's are club aircraft for basic training, two Diamond DA20 Katanas are part of the fleet available for both ba...
Thai Flying Club offers a 60 hour PPL course for Thai and Foreign students. If you are interested in learning, you can come to Bang Phra and fly on the weekends (after you have completed your ground school training). The...
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