Mid-East Aviation Academy

Amman, Jordan

Mid-East Aviation Academy is the first privately owned Flight Training organization in Jordan, was established in the year 2000 in Amman-Marka airport, proudly achieved its ambitious plans by gradually expanding its fleet of modern aircraft and acquired one of the latest training facilities of its time the (Alsim AL-200) Simulator in order to meet the objective of offering Cadet Pilots the quality of flight training that is adopted by the recognized international standards.

Today MAA operates a young fleet of aircraft available for training and rental, which includes high performance single Engine Piper Archer III, Multi Engine Piper Seminole, Sama CH-2000 and recently commissioned four new Glass Cockpit Piper Warrior III.

In 2002 Our Maintenance College was certified by the Jordanian Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission (JCARC) and has been ever since, one of the most respected training centers in the region, in offering candidates the theoretical and practical knowledge required to qualify for the A/P (Airframe/power plant) and Avionics license.

In 2008 MAA announced the commissioning of the state-of-the-art the Alsim ALX (FNPT II MCC) simulator the first of its kind to be certified outside the EU. This training facility which represents a twin jet airliner and equipped with modern aircraft systems is utilized to advance junior pilots skills to the level of airlines operation. MAA graduates are currently employed by Royal Jordanian Airline, Jordan Aviation and major airlines in the regionas professional pilots and aircraft technicians.

Aviation Training Facilities

  • Flight School (airplane)
  • Aircraft Mechanic
Programs & Courses
  • Private Pilot (PPL)
  • Commercial Pilot (CPL)
  • Flight Instructor (CFI / FI)
  • Multi-Crew Cooperation Course (MCC)
  • Instrument Rating (IR)
  • Flight Instructor - Instrument
  • Multi-Engine (Class Rating)


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Mid-East Aviation Academy Marka Airport Amman 341951 Jordan