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- Apr 15, 2012
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ATTENTION FUTURE PILOTS IN MALAYSIA!
Whether you want to fly a small aircraft during the weekends, or a Boeing 737 daily for an airline, the process that you need to follow is similar. You will need to learn about yourself, the aircraft, the weather, the flying environment, and the rules pilots use to keep their flying safe. How much you must learn will depend on what kind of pilot you want to be at the end of the day.
By having a Private Pilot License (PPL), you can fly throughout Malaysia and carry non-paying passengers but you are not allowed to charge for your services. With a Commercial Pilot License (CPL) or an Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL), you can work as a pilot commercially, fly large aircraft and receive good salary.
These licenses are like steps on a ladder. You start initially by being a private pilot, then a commercial pilot, and finally an airline transport pilot. You have the option to become a commercial pilot by attending an integrated CPL course in an approved flying training organizations (AFTOs) whereas to become a private pilot, one can just enroll in a flying club.
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