Historical background of Misr Flying College

• Misr Flying School was established on 7th June 1932, after issuing the Royal Decree to Create Egypt Air Company. It was mainly Talaat Harb Pasha’s idea to form a staff of Egyptian pilots to fly an aircraft with Egypt's name and flag.

• Misr Flying Institute was the first Flying Training Institute in the Middle East, and Africa, in May 1932, in Egypt at Almaza Airport, to train the Egyptian and foreign candidates. Captain/Kamal Elway dedicated his own plane to the Flight School, which had the first Egyptian call sign.

• MFC has professional and highly experienced staff in different fields (flight, ground, and synthetics) certified by the Egyptian Civil Aviation Authority (ECAA).

• In 2017, MFC had modernized and updated their fleet, by purchasing (2) Beechcraft Bonanza (36G) Complex for Single Engine training equipped with (G-1000) glass cockpit, in addition (2) Beechcraft (58G) for Multi Engine training , that are equipped with (G-1000) glass cockpit with the most advanced technologies in the word.

Requirements for Enrollment :

1- Obtaining a High School Certificate (scientific / literary) or its equivalent from foreign certificates, or obtaining University Certificate.
2- Age is not less than 17 years.
3- The student successfully passed all the tests. (Medical Check, English Language, Computer, Interview). .

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The Egyptian Aviation Academy welcomes all those who wish to study civil aviation on the system of ICAO and EASA, where the student receives after graduation a certificate of Commercial Pilot (CPL) qualifying him to work in different airlines inside and outside Egypt according to labor market requirements. (EASA program consist of five stages / four stages must be carried out at the Egyptian Aviation Academy while the fifth stage must be completed at a flying school in europe contracted by the Egyptian Aviation Academy)

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