Frequently Asked Questions
Amman Civil Airport, Airport Street 22, Amman 11134, Jordan.
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The general requirements include a high school diploma regardless of the grade or major, passing a medical examination, and completing a specified number of practical and theoretical training hours. Additionally, passing the exams administered by the Jordan Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission is required.
The duration varies depending on the type of license and the training institution. For a private pilot license, it takes around 7 to 9 months to complete. For an Airline Transport Pilot License integrated (ATPL integrated), it takes approximately 18 to 24 months, depending on the student's English language proficiency level.
Yes, English is the international language of aviation, and students are required to have good speaking and comprehension skills. However At MidEast Aviation Academy no English language is not required as the student's English language proficiency level is assessed, and an English language course is provided before starting the ATPL integrated program.
The MidEast Aviation Academy offers training courses exclusively for civilian aviation.
The qualifications required vary depending on the type of job, but in general, the candidate must hold the necessary licenses approved by the Jordan Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission to work in any of the airlines in Jordan.
It depends on the type of medical condition and its impact on the person's ability to fly safely. The trainee must pass the required medical examination conducted by a doctor certified by the Jordan Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission. If detailed medical reports and additional medical tests are requested, the student must provide them to the certified doctor and present the reports to a medical committee to assess the impact of the medical condition on their flying abilities.
The diseases include heart diseases, diabetes, high blood pressure, color blindness, severe visual impairment, epilepsy, blood clotting disorders, asthma, and other conditions that may affect the ability to safely operate an aircraft and not endanger the lives of passengers.
Nearsightedness or farsightedness does not hinder the study of aviation or aircraft maintenance as long as the vision is corrected to 6/6 with the use of prescription glasses.
To apply for aviation training, you need to contact the MidEast Aviation Academy, which is accredited in Jordan and internationally, and submit your application. You will be provided with the necessary information about the requirements and process of registration.
Yes, foreign trainees can train at the academy in Jordan. The MidEast Aviation Academy accepts students of all nationalities for study.
Graduates from civilian aviation training receive a diploma and a frozen Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) valid for several years.
For the Civil Aviation specialization, MidEast Aviation Academy has two flight simulators and Mideast Aviation Academy has a training fleet consisting of the following aircraft types: Piper Archer III (single engine) Piper Seminole (Multi-engine) Piper Warrior III (Single Engine, Glass Cockpit) For the Aircraft Maintenance specialization, MidEast Aviation Academy has several training workshops for aircraft maintenance b1.1 and b2 and a Boeing 737 aircraft as well as a computer lab for EASA 147 part 66 exams for license category b1.1 and b2.
The duration of the Aircraft Maintenance study program for the EASA European license is 30 months.
The theoretical subjects for Civil Aviation are based on the Oxford syllabus, and the subjects for Aircraft Maintenance are based on the EASA standards. Both syllabuses are approved by the Jordan Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission. The subjects taught for the Civil Aviation specialization ATPL integrated include: Flight performance and planning Air Law and ATC procedures Aircraft General Knowledge Human Performance and limitations Metrology Navigation Radio Telephony Communications Operational Procedures Principle of Flight MCC/CRM Total flying hours 232hr For the subjects taught in other specializations, you can contact the team at the MidEast Aviation Academy, and they will provide you with the relevant information.
There is a diploma program in Travel and Tourism with Amadues from IATA , including an automated ticket reservation and airport management program; the diploma certificate is issued by the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
The MidEast Aviation Academy accepts students for study from the age of 18 and above, without specifying an upper age limit.
The registration for the MidEast Aviation Academy is opened several times throughout the year as it accepts students from various nationalities. You can follow the registration dates by inquiring through the social media pages of the academy or through the academy numbers.. Students can also reserve a seat and join at any time during the year, but they have to inform the academy of their arrival date and the desired course they wish to join.