Malta offers great flying conditions

Malta International Airport provides an excellent environment for students who wish to become professional pilots. With 2 runways and several scheduled flights a day, a student can gain first-hand experience of the activities at a medium activity airport. The mix of traffic ranges from airliners and military aircraft to general aviation and microlights.

Due to the good weather in Malta, training is possible throughout the year during daylight hours and up to 2300 for night and instrument training. In addition, cross country-flight training is done with stops in Sicily, providing further experience flying across country borders and manage ocean crossings.

Professional Aviation Training Academy – Malta, as largest pilot training facility in Malta, has always been committed to delivering quality education to its students. With a 100% safety record and 100% first time pass rate for all advanced courses, combined with great facilities, the Academy should be you’re your first choice.