The 12 months of progressive aeronautical knowledge and flight training in order to achieve fully rated in Commercial Pilot License and Instrument Rating begin with Radiotelephony class at our secretariat in M 1, Tangerang. The training will continue at National Aviation Management Flying School at Pangkalpinang, Bangka.

Our training is divided to three section :

Ground class

Aeronautical knowledge describes the knowledge required for each of ground training phase. The ground training is to ensure that Students have adequate knowledge to conduct flight operations safety. The written examinations for PPL, CPL, IR, CPL-IR, FIC, Endorsement Foreign and Class Rating, based on the syllabus to check that a student’s has the required knowledge. Knowledge deficiencies identified in written examinations are retested orally as part of the flight test.


To ensure that flight and ground training are integrated in such a way that student’s has the aeronautical knowledge necessary for the particular phase of flight training being undertaken, an adequate session of synthetic flying exercise shall be completed as a basic know-how to practice the real flying and conducted in two simulators, a Flight Training Device Frasca 142 for basic and an Advanced Aviation Training Device FMX 1000 Redbird for advanced instrument flying.


Flight Training describes the flight sequences required to complete each phase of flight training. It also specifies the standard that student must achieve in each sequence in competency-base terms. Competency standard are designed to make student’s, instructors and checker officers understand clearly how it use for each flying sequence that will be assessed.


With over 6 years of continuous activity, NAM Flying School is one of the fastest in educating pilots Indonesia that provides a high standard training in an airline-like environment.

On top of our experience and expertise we can also add:

  • Course held by professional lecturers: airline and military pilots, flight engineers, and doctors
  • Our self-produced modules for PPL and CPL ground school is and based on STPI, FAA and Oxford 
  • Large classrooms with modern facilities
  • Library and CBT
  • Rigorous tracking of each trainee’s progress
  • Full-time available student advisers and possibility of private tutoring
  • Field trips to ANS and hangars for better understanding of the theoretical knowledge
  • Multicultural environment

Our training procedure manual are comply according in Part 141, Part 61, Part 67 and Part 91 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulation (CASR) for the issuance of pilot licenses and approved by DGCA, for all the items in this syllabus are limited to those required for operating single engine aero plane.