Asian Aviation Centre
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Asian Aviation Centre (Pvt) Limited (AAC) was registered as a private limited liability company in 1985 to operate a flying training school. In 1990, apart from flying training activities, the AAC commenced a programme of studies to train students in Aircraft Maintenance.
In January 1996, the AAC Engineering Academy signed an agreement with one of the most prestigious universities in the United Kingdom; Kingston University. In collaboration with this University, AAC conducted a BSc Aerospace Engineering programme.
AAC has an established a collaborative partnership with Aviation Australia since 2017. Under this partnership, AAC recruits students for the Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (Mechanical) course of Aviation Australia from Sri Lanka. This programme delivers the initial six months of training in Sri Lanka at AAC before students progress to Aviation Australia in Brisbane.
AAC recently entered into a partnership with University of South Wales (USW) UK, with the opportunity for students to join the BSc (Hons) in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Top-up degree programme at USW UK.AAC will commence their next Private Pilot License batch in May 2020. This course will be held on 14th May 2020 and is scheduled to conduct the Airline Transport Pilot License Course in September 2020.
The following courses are scheduled to be held in September 2020: Aviation Australia Transfer Programme, BSc Aerospace Engineering, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering and Cabin Crew Programme.Presently, approximately 150 - 200 students are being prepared for academic and professional qualifications in engineering and flying through our institution.
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