Being accepted to ALIAC is more than just an admission. It’s an INSPIRATION.
As a student, you will be inspired with impacting the world from the moment you step on campus. You will be given every resource and opportunity that comes with the highest quality of aviation education. You will be supported and guided by faculty who are the foremost experts in their field and support staff who are inspired to provide you with student-centric services.
Whether you’re enrolling in our basic education or undergraduate program, ALIAC provides a reach and scope of academic experience that has a reputation for producing highly qualified and competent aviation professionals. They are Airline Managers, Aerospace Engineers, Aerospace Technicians, Air Traffic Controllers, Aircraft and Avionics Equipment Mechanics and Technicians, Airline and Commercial Pilots, Flight Attendants and the likes who aren’t just enjoying good lives—they’re inspiring others.
You could be one of them.
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What our ALUMNI say about us?
When I was young, I dreamt of becoming a pilot because I know in my heart that this is my passion. So when I was enrolling for college my first priority was ALIAC because of the good reviews I heard and the warm welcome of the staff when I first stepped into this institution. My expectations was high and ALIAC did not disappoint me. Instead the institution and its people inspired me to do my best in flying and, improved my apprecation and my attitude toward this profession. I will always be thankful to be part of this institution because without ALIAC I will not be where I am today. Thank you ALIAC!
Capt. Belale R. Bayani Jr. , Captain, Airbus 320/321, Cebu Pacific Air
Batch 2007, B.S. in Aviation Major in Flying
After my graduation in ALIAC, I immediately re-joined the institution as one of Ground and Flight Instructors in 1994. As an Airline Pilot since 1996, I have successfully worked for Philippine Airlines, the Emirates, and Asiana. Hardwork and knowledge of the job made me the 1st Filipino A380 Captain in the world. Thank you ALIAC!
Capt. Franklyn Mallari Desiderio , Line Captain for Airbus 320-321, Cebu Pacific Air
Batch 1993 – B.S. in Aviation Major in Flying
I started my career as a Commercial Executive at Airbus Helicopters. Two years after, I joined Saudi Arabian Airlines despite a height disadvantage. I currently hold a Private Pilot while still enjoying work as a Cabin Crew. Thank you ALIAC!
Hannah Louise Aliazas , Cabin Crew, Saudi Arabian Airlines
Batch 2014 – B.S. Tourism
I am a former A320 Senior Flight Simulator Instructor in Airbus Singapore, and a former Pilatus PC12 pilot in Asian Aerospace Corporation. I am currently working as Falcon 900EX Pilot and Head of Training in Alphaland Aviation Inc. Thank you ALIAC!
Capt. Ernesto p. Saysay Jr.
Falcon 900EX Pilot and Head of Training, Alphaland Aviation, Inc.
Batch 2007 – B.S. in Aviation Major in Flying
I graduated cum laude of Batch 2012 and immediately worked as a 1st Officer for Cebu Pacific Air. Thank you ALIAC. What I have learned in ALIAC has propelled my career, and I am continuously grateful for this noteworthy institution. Thank you ALIAC!
Capt. Khedehl Rabin Tan , A320 Pilot, Qatar Airways
Batch 2012 – B.S. in Aviation Major in Flying
As an Avionics Engineer, I have used my learning fom ALIAC to become a Mechanic A for Lufthansa Technik Philippines’ Terminal 1 Line Maintenance Operation for the last seven years. I simply enjoy the value of my work contribution in the company, performing Line Maintenance Tasks for the Airbus and Boeing Fleets of Philippine Airlines. Thank you ALIAC!
Paulo Chris Abelon , Terminal 1 Line Maintenance Mechanic A, Lufthansa Technik Philippines
Batch 2012 – B.S in Avionics Technology
ALIAC taught me diligence, something that has aided me well in becoming a first officer in one of the most respectable airline in the Philippines. Thank you ALIAC!
Capt. Jayson Isaac C. Sia , 1st Officer, Philippine Airlines
Batch 2012 – B.S. in Aviation Major in Flying
My twenty units of back subjects, did not deter me from hurdling all the hardships as a student of ALIAC. I am now honorably and proudly serving the country as a military personnel crew chief of an aircraft in our Armed forces. Thank you ALIAC!
Francisco D Godoy Jr. II , Personnel Crew Chief, Philippine Air Force
Batch 2017 – B.S. in Aircraft Maintenance Technology
I am currently deepening my learning in the aviation industry as a Ground Attendant with Philippines Airlines. I may not be an Aircraft Mechanic today, but I look forward to one day having my signature as a critical requisite before someone is able fly. Thank you ALIAC!
Trithalia Krisha Angelica A. Atenia , Ground Personnel, Philippine Airlines
Batch 2017 – B. S. Aircraft Maintenance Technology
I learned from theory ad practice that not all aircraft have the same configurations, situations and purpose. Handling around 20 airlines worldwide from Europe, Asia, and America such as Airbus A320, A321Neo, A330, A340; Boeing Aircrafts B737, B787 is a challenge that I continuously embrace. My training at ALIAC and at eventually at Philippine Airlines Express as a Materials Planner for the Maintenance & Engineering Department proved helpful in the demands of my profession. Motivation, hardwork and focus are the things that give me an edge as an Aircraft Engineer. Thank you ALIAC!
Gabriel Alfonso L. Villaflor
Aircraft on Ground Desk Specialist Executive, SR Technics (leading MRO based in Malaysia)
Batch 2010, B.S. Avionics Technology
I started my professional career working in the Accounting Office Department of ALIAC for 3 years doing staff work and doubling as a part-time Instructor. Diligence, patience and hard work were instilled in me while studying and working in ALIAC. I am now conquering the world, and seeing most part of it, as a Cabin Crew with Emirates. Thank you ALIAC!
Alexis Giana Velasquez , Cabin Crew, Emirates
Batch 2011 B.S. in Tourism Management
A profession in Aviation, truly comes in man forms. ALIAC has taught me resiliency, creativity and challenging the unknown. As a businessman- entrepreneur, my own trading company has recently sold two (2) aircraft to the Philippine Air Force and is engaged in projects with the Philippine Coast Guard. Thank you ALIAC!
Kevin Juddrian A. Oliva , Aviation Business Entrepreneur
Batch 2014 – B.S. Office Administration major in Airline Management
I was once a student who dreamt to become a cabin crew for an international airline company. ALIAC has prepared me well for this profession, through classroom learning and valuable exposure and immersion. I may be wearing a dfferent wing, but I am certainly enjoying my own world of aviation with Cebu Pacific Air. Thank you ALIAC!
Camille Ponce , Cabin Crew, Cebu Pacific Air
Batch 2010 – B.S. Tourism Management
Time = Money
60 second = 1 minute
60 seconds x 60 minutes = 3600 seconds
3600 seconds x 24 hours = 86400 seconds Whether you: spend, share or waste it. “Spend it wisely my friend.”
Capt. Joselindo P. Amurao
Best in Flying, Magna cum Laude
Batch 2010 – B.S. Aviation major in Flying