school offers its cadet pilots tuitions and lectures on
various aviation theory subjects required for the
licence and ratings to which the cadet pilot aspires to.
These subjects or modules cover topics ranging from Air
Law and Flight Rules through to Engine and Electrics.
MFA is also equipped with two
ASCENT flight simulator to conduct synthetic flight training for its cadet pilots. For actual hands-on flight training,
MFA is equipped with a total of twenty eight aircraft under her maintenance hangar
to date. We have a single piston-engined Piper Tomahawk for acrobatics, twenty
Piper Warriors for single piston-engined flying and seven
Piper Senecas for twin piston-engined flying.
Student batch intakes are limited to not less than sixteen cadet pilots per batch intake. There are a maximum of seven batch intakes annually or every alternate month at
The Malacca International Airport in Malacca is the central region hub of flying activity for general aviation. The operations there is dedicated almost entirely for
MFA's use including ample airspace. Scheduled international flight commercial aircraft land at the airport once a day and at times the military aircraft land there on transit.
The airfields in the immediate vicinity are the
Kuala Lumpur International Airport and the Subang International Airport to the north. Airfields available for flight training especially in radio aids are located in Johor, Ipoh, Penang, Langkawi and Kota Baru. Training is carried out at these airfields for the cadet pilots' practice in ILS, VOR and NDB letdowns and approaches. The
Malacca International Airport itself has ILS, a VOR and an NDB.