Institute of Space Technology (also known as IST) is a chartered degree-awarding university located in Islamabad, Pakistan. It was established in 2002 under the auspices of the Pakistan National Space Agency. IST offers undergraduate and postgraduate education, and produces scientists and engineers in the field of Space Technology. It is one of the leading universities of the Pakistan. In short span of time, it has achieved a lot of success in the field of science, research and Engineering. Its mechanical Engineering is one of the best in Pakistan. The university is determined to expand the public's awareness in the field of space and space technology. IST also bears the title of being the only institute of its kind in the Muslim World. (visit website)

Air Service Training


Air Service Training (AST) is an organisation in Perth, Scotland, that has been training engineers and pilots for airlines, maintenance organisations and the military since 1931. It is owned by Perth College UHI, with training taking place on the college campus and at Perth Airport, near Scone Scotland. Working with the College, AST delivers aeronautical engineering courses for professionals so they can meet European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) standards. These range from introductions to aircraft systems and maintenance processes to approved courses needed for Licensed Aircraft Engineer (LAE) status. They include: approved IR Part 66 Category A; approved IR Part 66 Category B; Category B sandwich course, non-certifying courses and modular courses. AST also runs academic courses up to B.Eng(hons) degree in aircraft maintenance. EASA licences are generally regarded as suitable qualifications for beginning a career in aviation. (visit website)


Askari Flying Academy


Askari Flying Academy (AFA) is a project of Askari Aviation (Private) Limited, which is a company of Army Welfare Trust. AFA is established at Benazir Bhutto International Airport, Islamabad since January 2007. AFA was granted Flying School License Class II by Civil Aviation Authority in January 2007. The primary focus of AFA has been to conduct flying related courses for which the Civil Aviation Authority has already approved following operational and training manuals. (visit website)


Peshawar Flying Club


Peshawar Flying Club is situated adjacent to Peshawar International Airport in the city of Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The Club was established in 1956 as “Guarantee” Limited company under the provisions of Companies Act, 1913 (Repealed ordinance) & presently registered with Securities Exchange Commission of Pakistan under the provisions of Companies Ordinance, 1984. The Club was initially established in camps with a donation of two Tiger Moths & two Auster aircraft by Pakistan Air force. However, with the passage of time & endeavoring efforts, the Club enable to have its proper building & infrastructure with 7 aircraft consisting of 3x Cessna-150, 3X Cessna-172, 1x Piper Aztec (twin engine), 1x Cessna-421 (Executive aircraft) and aMotor Glider. (visit website)


Air Eagle

The Company was established in 1991 to airlift passengers and cargo on both domestic and international destinations. Air Eagle holds valid AOC including Charter Class I & II License, International Air Transport Association (IATA) Code No. "587", International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Code "EGA" and is certified for RA3 (Third Country Regulated Agent) from European Union Aviation Security Validation (EUASV). 
Air Eagle Headquarters is strategically located at Benazir Bhutto International Airport Islamabad, Pakistan, overlooking its network offices at Karachi, Lahore, Sharjah and Agents Worldwide. (visit website)

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