ICAO Visit (The International Civil Aviation Organization) Verification Audit to JATC (Jakarta Aviation Training Center)

Tangerang, October 16, 2017 – The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), which is directly under the auspices of the United Nations (UN), conducts audit visits to Indonesia. Headquartered in the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, the ICAO Council is tasked with overseeing the principles and techniques of international air navigation as well as encouraging and developing as well as ensuring safe and orderly international air transport.

Represented by Mr. Louis Kweku Opuku as ICAO Auditor for International Standards and Procedures – ICAO Universal Safety Oversight Audit Program, visited the Jakarta Aviation Training Center facility. The visit was conducted as one of the series of ICAO Audit for air transport safety supervision function in Indonesia.

In its capacity to oversee the civil aviation safety level of a country, ICAO maps 8 (eight) aspects of air safety, including Indonesia, where one of the eight aspects is Personal Licensing. For Personal Licensing, ICAO appoints JATC to be the representative of Indonesia for confirmation and verification to measure the compliance level in the Personal Licensing aspect.

“An honor for JATC has been chosen by ICAO to be visited as well as looking directly for surveys and verification. For JATC, quality (Quality) and Safety (Safety) quality are part of our daily value, so we are quite confident that JATC has complied with all the terms set by ICAO. And we are also proud, JATC can represent Indonesia on the occasion of USOAP (Universal Safety Oversight Audit Program) from ICAO. This success can not be separated from the guidance and directives attached to this from DKPPU (Directorate of Airworthiness and Aircraft Operations) and the Directorate of Flight Navigation that overshadowed JATC, “said Mr. Arif Syafrie as President Director of Jakarta Aviation Training Center (JATC).

About JATC (Jakarta Aviation Training Center):

JATC is an independent aviation training provider established in 2010. Located near Soekarno – Hatta International Airport, equipped with modern equipment, competent teams and trained and certified training personnel and engineers working 24/7 for ensuring the best services provided for each individually trained person. Currently JATC provides Type Rating Pilot Training for A320 and B737NG, Wet Lease, Dry Lease, Differences Training, ATPL, Jet Orientation Course and Aviation English. JATC also provides training related to air navigation under Part-143 certification.

In May 2017, JATC officially joined PT Cardig Aero Services Tbk (CAS Group), as one of the largest air transportation service providers in Indonesia.

About PT Cardig Aero Services Tbk (CAS Group):

One of the CAS Group’s business units is PT Jasa Angkasa Semesta (JAS), established in 1984 to meet the needs of aerospace services at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport. Then, in 2004, PT JAS Aero Engineering (JAE) and in 2011, CAS Group started its initial public offering and established CASC. In 2012, CAS Group invested in ownership of catering services (PMAD) and CASB facility management. In 2014, CAS Group launches a new identity and launches a cross-business synergy program, as well as strengthens control over its entity. In 2016, CAS Destination has served 68,093 flights with 21,620,705 passengers and 274,738 tons of cargo in Indonesia. CAS Destination itself oversees two entities namely PT Jasa Angkasa Semesta Tbk (JAS) engaged in Cargo Handling & Ground Handling and PT JAS Aero Engineering (JAE) engaged in Line Maintenance. While CAS Food has produced 7,654,730 food in 2016 and oversees two entities namely PT Purantara Mitra Angkasa Dua (PMAD) engaged in In-Flight Catering and PT Cardig Anugrah Sarana Catering (CASC) engaged in Industrial Catering. Furthermore PT CASB engaged in Facility Management has served 89 clients in 2016. In May 2017, CAS Group has acquired Jakarta Aviation Training Center (JATC).

CAE grows its pilot training footprint in South East Asia with first full-flight simulator deployment in Indonesia

CAE & JATC

Singapore, August 29, 2017 (NYSE: CAE; TSX: CAE) – CAE announced today at the 2017 Asia Pacific Airline Training Symposium (APATS) the expansion of its training footprint in South East Asia, through a collaboration with the Jakarta Aviation Training Centre (JATC). Through this collaboration, CAE will deploy its first-ever owned full-flight simulator (FFS) in Indonesia, supporting the growing pilot training needs of airline customers in the region, such as AirAsia Indonesia. The Airbus A320 FFS will be delivered to JATC’s training facilities near Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in the Fall of 2017.

“With Asia-Pacific being one of the fastest-growing markets in commercial aviation, we are extremely proud to expand our training network with the deployment of our first-ever first full-flight simulator in Indonesia”, said Nick Leontidis, CAE’s Group President, Civil Aviation Training Solutions. “It is an honor to build on our relationship with JATC and to support the increasing pilot training needs of airline customers across the region”.

“We are honored to partner with the worldwide leader in training CAE to provide increasing pilot training capacity to airline customers in South East Asia such as AirAsia Indonesia”, said Arif Syafrie, President Director of JATC. “We look forward to further successful collaborations long into the future”.
About JATC
JATC is an independent, privately owned training facility (ATO) established in 2010. A combination of strategic location nearby Soekarno-Hatta International Airport of Jakarta, modern devices and team of competent and skilled simulator instructors and engineers works 24/7 to ensure delivery of the highest level of service in the personal care. Today JATC offers Type Rating Pilot Training for both A320 and B737NG, Wet Lease, Dry Lease, Differences Training, ATPL, Jet Orientation Course and Aviation English. JATC also provides Air Navigation related training based on its Part-143 Certification.

In July 2017, JATC officially integrated to PT Cardig Aero Services Tbk (CAS Group), one of the largest aviation industry’s preferred one-stop service provider in Indonesia. With this change, JATC will also be known be as CAS People.

About CAE
CAE is a global leader in training for the civil aviation, defence and security, and healthcare markets. Backed by a 70-year record of industry firsts, we continue to help define global training standards with our innovative virtual-to-live training solutions to make flying safer, maintain defence force readiness and enhance patient safety. We have the broadest global presence in the industry, with more than 8,500 employees, 160 sites and training locations in over 35 countries. Each year, we train more than 120,000 civil and defence crewmembers and thousands of healthcare professionals worldwide. www.cae.com

Aviation Australia and JATC have formed a strategic training partnership in Indonesia


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Aviation Australia has signed a cooperative partnership agreement with the Jakarta Aviation Training Center (JATC) for the delivery of aircraft maintenance engineering training to Indonesian students. Training will be delivered at JATC’s campus, located next to the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta, as well as Aviation Australia’s campus located next to the Brisbane International Airport.

Students will complete the first six months of their European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approved basic training course (B1.1) in Jakarta, before transferring to Brisbane to complete the remaining 12 months. The Brisbane based training is inclusive of practical training and live aircraft maintenance training.

Successful students will graduate with a Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering and an EASA Part 66 Certificate of Recognition.

“Indonesia is a very important player in the global aviation industry and has experienced massive growth over the past decade,” stated Bill Horrocks, CEO of Aviation Australia.

“Our collaboration with JATC is a very important strategic partnership for our business and we look forward to working closely to develop world class engineers, trained to the very stringent EASA standard, to meet the ever growing needs of the Indonesian aviation industry. Our mission statement is ‘Delivering excellence in training to help shape the future of the aviation industry worldwide’ and this move into the Indonesian market ensures that we are delivering on this goal.”

Allan Brooks, Aviation Australia General Manager, was in Jakarta for the signing of the auspicious agreement with Arif Syafrie, Jakarta Aviation Training Center Chief Executive Officer.

“This partnership with Aviation Australia to deliver EASA Part 147 training is another step in the expansion of the JATC business. Of course we are very well known for our simulator center and pilot training capability and we are very pleased that we can work with Aviation Australia for engineer training and development,”  stated Syafrie.

The first intake of Indonesian students is scheduled to begin training in September this year, with agreements already in place with local organisations to recruit directly for this course.

“We have prepared a platform for the career of the students by signing agreements with Indonesian MRO’s and airlines. We have more meetings scheduled over the next few weeks to make sure our graduates have a secure future in the industry. So far, we are receiving very positive feedback regarding our ability to provide local graduates for our EASA course. JATC are a trusted, local, training provider and our expanded capability is very good for the Indonesian aviation industry,” said Syafrie.

About the two organisations:

logo-2Aviation Australia was established by the Queensland Government in 2001 to address the needs of the global aviation industry. Established in Brisbane, the company has now expanded to include locations in Cairns, Melbourne, Sydney and Shanghai. The company has also formed a joint venture in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with the Aviation Australia Riyadh College, which has a capacity to train 1500 students per annum.

 

logo1-copyJakarta Aviation Training Center, widely known as JATC is an independent, privately owned training facility established in 2010. With a strategic location nearby Soekarno-Hatta International Airport of Jakarta, JATC offers Ab Initio, Type Rating Pilot Training, Wet Lease, Dry Lease, Differences Training, ATPL, Jet Orientation Course and Pilot Foundation Courses. In addition, they cater to Commercial Pilot License holders who seek a self-sponsored type rating either on the Boeing 737NG or the Airbus A320.

Jakarta Aviation Training Center partners Lombok Institute of Flight Technology to provide turnkey solutions for pilot training in Indonesia


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Sign Contract of Jakarta Aviation Training Center & LIFT Flying School

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Jakarta Aviation Training Center(JATC) and Lombok Institute of Flight Technology (LIFT) have signed a partnership agreement to become a premier one-stop pilot training solution provider for Indonesia and the archipelagic region. The partnership represents a first in Indonesia the integration between two approved training organizations, namely a Part 142 and a Part 141, focusing concertedly in delivering a seamless quality airline training program from recruitment to aircraft type endorsement. By adopting JATC’s corporate values of being customer centric (for both students and airlines customers), always achieving and serving sincerely, the partnership hopes to combine them with injection of industry’s ‘best training practices” to deliver our next generation of competent aviators.

 

The partnership initiative will also practice a new promotion and recruiting scheme enabling entry-level students to make “informed decisions” about becoming commercial pilots based on their educational and personal attributes coupled with the knowledge of the industry’s economic reality to land a job with an airline. The open approach to recruitment will provide comforting measures to parents and sponsors before committing to invest in their training.

 

The knowledge and skill to operate complex multi-crew commercial airplanes is becoming ever more challenging for training service providers,” said Arif Syafrie, Managing Director of JATC. “To deliver competent pilots to operate these airplanes, training organizations should look at unifying training processes to provide progressive airline oriented learning experience for the students to master the intricacies of operating these modern aircraft. The partnership with LIFT is our first step in this direction.”  Meanwhile, Edmond Fung, Director of LIFT, hailed the partnership “as a very positive initiative providing an inspiring environment for the ab-initio students to relate to their career development.

 


Jakarta Aviation Training Center
Jakarta Aviation Training Center, founded in 2010, is a privately-owned Type Rating Training Organisation accredited by the Director General of Civil Aviation of Indonesia for Part 142 training. As part of the Cardig Aero Services people training network, JATC is committed to provide high quality training for airline flight crews. Training courses are also conducted for air trafficker and maintenance personnel.

The strategically located training centre in close proximity to the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport is equipped with a Boeing 737NG full flight simulator. There are immediate plans to add an A320 full flight simulator to the inventory. The training centre is equipped with part-task trainers, computer-based training courseware, cabin trainers, a library and customer working facilities. Today, JATC offers Initial Type Endorsement, Multi-crew Co-operation, Jet Orientation, ATPL, CPL, License Endorsement (CPL) and Foundation courses. Since JATC started operations, the training centre has trained over 800 professionals from more than 20 airlines region wide.

Lombok Institute of Flight Technology

Lombok Institute of Flight Technology, established in 2010, is a leading private flight school in aviation education and training. Since its founding, the Institution has produced pilots who have continued on to make noteworthy contributions to the airlines. The flight training program incorporates the latest advances and the most current information in the continuously evolving flight training field. LIFT has an ongoing arrangement with Flight Safety International to conduct some of its training modules. Also in anticipation of the Authority forthcoming policy, LIFT has updated its training curriculum with the airplane upset prevention and recovery training (UPRT) module. The UPRT Instructor was sent to the United States to acquire UPRT certification. Amongst the host of traditional flight training courseware, LIFT operates a dedicated cross-wind flight simulator, the only such device in the archipelago, providing students with precise landing skills.
Based at Lombok Island, LIFT is accredited by the Director General of Civil Aviation of Indonesia. Training is conducted from the Selaparang Airport in Mataram with satellite airfields at Nusa Alam in Jakarta and the Sumbawa Besar Regional Airport at Sumbawa.

FRUIT DAY

Fruit day

We celebrate local fruits every Wednesday of the week and we are happy to share fruits to all our customers at the center during the day.

 

JATC CEO’s Arif Syafrie on his statement said:’ with this fruit days, we wish to influence people especially our own people and pilot students for a healthy-life style’.

HAPPY CUSTOMERS!

Serene Air Happy Customer


Capt.Nadeem Khan & FO.Asif Mahmood with Capt.Idris Handaja

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Capt. Nadeem Ahmed Khan from Serene Air Pakistan who has completed his Initial B737NG Type Rating wrote a note to thank our Head of Training (HOT) Capt. Idris Handaja and team:

Thank you for everything. We had a wonderful session with highly professional instructors. Flying with you was an honor. God Bless you!

Another happy Captains from US-Bangla Airlines wrote:

We enjoyed the stay and Simulator training, Love your country and the JATC People. We will stay in touch!

 

CONGRATULATIONS!

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Our Batch 1 Type Rating

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JATC congratulates our Batch 1/2016 of B737NG Type Rating students who is ready to spread their wings at Lion Air. Big family of JATC are very proud of their achievement. To be a Professional Pilot is no more a dream to these young boys. Congratulations our dearest:

  • Rian Rahmat Satriawan
  • Muhamad Adib El Fikri
  • Angger Adi Wicaksono
  • Sulaiman Al Farizi

Fly High! Fly Safe!

LIHAT PELUANG, JATC SELENGGARAKAN ATPL TRAINING


JATC ATPL Ground Course

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Tangerang, Jakarta Aviation Training Centre ( JATC), hari ini (14/12/2016) mulai membuka pelatihan ATPL( Air Transport Pilot Lisence) batch pertama yang diikuti oleh 15 peserta. ATPL tatap muka classroom  ini memakan waktu delapan minggu.

Dari pelatihan classroom ini diharapkan nantinya peserta dapat melanjutkan type rating yang juga tersedia di JATC yang berlokasi di komplek Bandara Mas,  Tangerang. Pelaksanaan ATPL ini digagas oleh PT. JATC karena melihat peluang di Indonesia dan ATPL dibutuhkan sebagai salah satu syarat yang diminta oleh maskapai bagi pilot yang akan bekerja.

Pembukaan dilakukan CEO JATC Arif Syafrie, yang membuka classroom untuk ATPL ini untuk melengkapi berbagai pelatihan yang dibutuhkan, selain ATPL training JATC juga membuka pelatihan English for aviation, type rating dll.

Fasilitas simulator yang saat ini dimiliki oleh JATC Boeing 737- series classic, Boeing 737-800NG, dan April 2017 akan dilengkapi Simulator Airbus 320. JATC juga sudah menjalin kerjasama dengan airlines  di Indonesia, regional dan airlines di Asia.

 

Sumber : Info Penerbangan

Indonesian Aviation Training & Education Conference IATEC 2012

Indonesian Aviation Training & Education COnference will be held at 27 and 28 June 2012. The conference will serve as a platform for domestic and international aviation training schools, aircraft manufacturers, simulator manufacturers and industry professionals to network and explore new cooperation opportunities to support the growing need for thousands of aviation professionals in Indonesia.

Indonesia needs up to 4000 pilots, 7,500 airplane technicians and 1000 air traffic controllers between 2011-2015, which the current schools are unable to cope with. Garuda Indonesia itself, which plans to increase the size of its fleet from 80 to 154 ahgead of the ASEAN Open Sky 2015, will need 1.500 pilots until 2016. Lion Air, which has just ordered 230 aircraft from Boeing to add to the 178 already on order, will have a total fleet of 408 aircraft by 2025, and will require about 300 pilots a year to fly its aircraft. (courtesy of iatec2012.com)

JATC will be one of the sixteen exhibitiors at the conference where we will address students, pilots, flight academies and airlines about the training solutions JATC is able offer. Please visit iatec2012.com for more information or stay tuned here.

First set of JAA pilots passed exams

The fourth group of JAA pilots, consisting of eight candidates, has successfully passed the examination in Jakarta after training for their B737NG type ratings at our facilities. The group will follow their conversion course and is ready to join Lion Air as First Officers.

First group trained in Jakarta The fourth pilot group for Lion Air is the first group to be trained in Jakarta, providing an excellent localised preparation for their flying careers in the immediate future. The JATC facilities were fully ready to receive the candidates at end of December 2011 – the candidates started with their EASA type rating in January 2012 in JATC’s CBT classrooms, mock-up trainers, Level D simulator, video-enabled debriefing system etc. Second group of eight pilots now underway The second batch of eight B737NGpilots is composed of the best pilots from the grading and they are now training and living in Jakarta and looking forward to the future in their office in the sky!