Thailand Pilot Program
High-Quality Commercial Pilot Training for Students from Thailand
AeroGuard Flight Training Center, with five locations across the United States of America, provides excellent training for international students from Thailand who are looking to become a professional pilot. In this program, students from Thailand with any level of experience, would be able to obtain their FAA licenses and ratings, which are accepted by airlines and Air Authorities across the world with simple home market conversion requirements.
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Demand for Thailand Pilots
Boeing predicts that over the next 20 years, there will be a worldwide demand of over 800,000 new pilots, 645,000 of them Commercial Fixed Wing Pilots. Of this worldwide demand for pilots, 38% will be in the Asia-Pacific region, creating significant demand for pilots, with the career outlook and earnings to match.
According to Boeing, the Asia-Pacific region will need an additional 244,000 pilots to meet the growth projections and current aircraft orders. That means that on average the airlines in the region expect to hire approximately 12,200 pilots per year.
Thai Pilot Career Path
After completion of flight training, and gaining employment with an airline, you would be hired in a position called First Officer. After flying for the company for several years you will meet the qualifications to be a Captain. It will require additional testing to qualify, but the average airline captain in Asia makes between US$8,000 (247,000 THB) and US$20,000 (625,280 THB) per month income.
AeroGuard Training for Thailand Students
AeroGuard provides exceptional flight training that allows our students to earn their U.S. FAA pilot certificates. The U.S. FAA standard is highly recognized around the world and will make the process simple to convert your U.S. FAA pilot licenses to the equivalent pilot licenses of the local country.
With AeroGuard locations across the U.S. in areas that offer prime weather and airspace conditions ideal for flight training, Thailand students would be able to pick their campus based on personal preference. From the beaches of Florida, to the cities of Texas and Arizona, students will have a great student experience and quality of life while they develop the requisite knowledge and flight skills reliably.
Thailand Student Pilot Training Requirements
To qualify for AeroGuard’s commercial pilot training program the following requirements must be met:
- Must meet the FAA medical standards able to obtain a Class 1 Medical
- Must be at least 18 years of age
- Must be able to read, speak, write, and understand English International Civil Aviation Organization (“ICAO”) English level 4
- Must have a valid Passport
- Must be eligible for a student visa in the United States
Thailand Flight Training Partnership
AeroGuard is very proud to partner with Le & Partners in Thailand to offer students local Thailand knowledge to go with their FAA training expertise. Le & Partners are experts in commercial pilot training and advise students on the pilot career outlook and opportunities in Thailand and across Asia. From their career guidance to their flight training support, Le & Partners have helped students realize their dreams of becoming commercial pilots and flight instructors. With this valuable advice from Le & Partners in addition to AeroGuard’s first-class commercial flight training, students are able to receive the best of both worlds.
Success in the Thailand Pilot Program
AeroGuard’s flight training program is built to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary for a success career in Thailand and beyond. The program can be tailored to individual student needs, requirements, and prior level of experience.
At AeroGuard, students are provided with ample resources to help them reach their goals. With a high-quality curriculum, standardized fleet of aircraft, and academic and ground school support staff, students will have the tools they need to succeed.
To learn more about becoming an AeroGuard pilot, be sure to contact an International Program Coordinator now!