Maldivian Aviation Academy (MAA) has begun conducting trainings for students.
After more than a year of obstacles, MAA has announced that former students of the flight school in Addu City are finally about to become professional pilots.
Welcome back to the sky!— Maldivian Aviation Academy (@mvaviationacad) July 10, 2022
After more than a year of struggles, these students are finally on their way to become professional pilots. Thankyou everyone who contributes to make their dreams come true.@MaldivianAero @FlyingAcademy @Ganairportco @MoHEmv pic.twitter.com/6E9gB7Ewzn
Their first training is a refresher program for the students who had been undergoing pilot training in the previous batch. Moreover, MAA received their operational permit from the Maldives Civil Aviation Authority to conduct their training on July 3.
MAA was established by Island Aviation Service in partnership with the Flying Academy of Czech Republic, after mismanagement within the Sri Lankan-owned Asian Academy of Aeronautics, a flight school in Addu, led to disruption in the education of students at the academy.