Airlink International Aviation College

ALIAC - Airlink International Aviation College
AIRLINK
Seal of AIRLINK
Former names
Airlink International Aviation School
MottoAim High, Fly High
TypePrivate
Established1982 (1982)
PresidentAtty. Gomeriano V. Amurao
Academic staff
approx. 60
Administrative staff
approx. 30
Studentsapprox. 3000
Location
Philippines Domestic Airport Road Pasay City
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14°31′14″N 121°0′5″E / 14.52056°N 121.00139°E / 14.52056; 121.00139Coordinates: 14°31′14″N 121°0′5″E / 14.52056°N 121.00139°E / 14.52056; 121.00139
CampusUrban, 13,500 sqm
YearbookContrails
ColorsRed and Royal Blue         
Nicknamealiac,linkers
AffiliationsCHED, TESDA, PRC, CAAP, NCRAA
Websitewww.aliac.edu.ph
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The Airlink International Aviation College is a school for aviation professionals located in Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines.

Founded in 1982 by Captain Geronimo Amurao, a Philippine Airlines pilot, the college has around 2,500 students. The main campus features 28 aircraft, both single and twin-engined, and a hangar next to a classroom building. There is also a remote resort where students can rest and recreate during multi-day training sessions. The curriculum covers Bachelor of Science degrees both in Aviation and Office Administration. The Aviation degree has majors in aircraft maintenance, aerospace engineering, and avionics technology. The Office Administration degree covers airline management, tourism, and computer science. There are a number of non-degree programs in the same subjects, plus training to become a private pilot, commercial pilot, flight instructor, and flight attendant.

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