Vietnam Commercial Pilot Training Program - AeroGuard Flight Training

Vietnam Pilot Training

Commercially Focused, Airline Pilot Training for International Students from Vietnam

AeroGuard Flight Training Center, offers high-quality pilot training for students at five locations across the U.S.A., specifically for students looking to make a career as a commercial airline pilot. Having 20+ years of experience training students from across the globe, AeroGuard has the expertise to train Vietnam pilots. In this program, students would obtain FAA licenses and ratings, recognized by airlines and air authorities across the world, in Vietnam and beyond.

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Vietnamese Pilot Career Outlook

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (“CAAV”) expects that the demand for pilots in Vietnam is between 10,000-15,000 over the next 20 years.  That means that on average, the airlines in Vietnam expect to hire 500 to 750 pilots per year. Boeing also estimates a global demand of over 800,000 new pilots, with 645,000 being commercial fixed-wing pilots between now and 2038. The  Asia-Pacific region is estimated to need almost 250,000 of these pilots, 38% of the  global demand, and air travel continues to grow in demand in this region.

Additionally, over the next 10 years, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) forecasts 4.2% annual passenger growth and a market of 4.8 billion air passengers by 2027 – that’s an additional 1.6 billion passengers. Along with passenger growth, IATA reports that the number of unique city-pairs has roughly doubled in the past 20 years to over 18,000, and  will exceed 25,000 by 2027, requiring additional aircraft – and pilots – to serve these new routes.

Vietnamese Pilot Career Path

Once you are hired at an airliner you will be in a position called First Officer.  After flying for the airliner 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 Vietnam makes between US$5,000 (115,880,000 VND) and US$15,000 (347,640,000 VND) per month income. After becoming established in their airline career,  pilot with around 4,000 hours of total flight time can earn $25,000 per month or roughly $300,000 per year flying for airlines in Asia (Source: https://thepointsguy.com).

AeroGuard Training for Pilots from Vietnam

AeroGuard provides exceptional flight training that allows our students to pass and receive the 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 in another country and Air Authority.

AeroGuard has five locations across the U.S. in areas that offer ideal flying conditions, with clear weather and airspace of varying complexity. From the beaches of Florida, to Texas and the west coast of California. Vietnamese pilot cadets may conduct training at many AeroGuard campuses and would be coordinated into suitable classes.

While in training at AeroGuard it is important that a student has good quality of life to ensure they can develop the requisite knowledge and skills reliably.  Learn more about the AeroGuard student experience.

Requirements for the Vietnam Commercial Pilot Training Course

 

  • Must meet the FAA medical standards 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
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Vietnam Flight Training Partnership

AeroGuard is proud to Partner with Le & Partners in Vietnam. Le & Partners are experts in commercial pilot training and have helped students to realize their dreams of becoming commercial pilots and flight instructors. From career guidance to flight training support, students from Vietnam and across Asia have gained valuable advice from Le & Partners in addition to receiving their first-class commercial flight training from AeroGuard, giving students the best of both worlds.

Successful Pilot Training for Vietnamese Students

AeroGuard’s flight training program is designed to provide students will the knowledge and skills necessary not just to gain FAA qualifications, but also to build successful careers after graduation. This program and its structured curriculum can also be tailored to met the needs of those who have prior flight experience.

AeroGuard provides students with the necessary resources to reach their goals in training. From an expertly maintained fleet of training aircraft, to ground school support and knowledge resources, students will have the tools they require. Students must also be driven and disciplined in their studies to meet their goals.

To learn more about becoming an AeroGuard pilot, contact an International Program Coordinator today!

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