Aviation spirit, belief, self-confidence, awareness of responsibility towards the country was the capital of AYJET’s foundation. October 05, 2005, AYJET Anadolu Yildizları Flight School was established by a group of Captain Pilots who learned and successfully practiced flight in the air force, evaluating the developments in the aviation of the country, and came decisively together.
By increasing their knowledge and experience every day; AYJET has reached these days without sacrificing discipline and quality of education.
Over 1,600 airline pilot training, including Turkish Airlines, Pegasus Airlines and SunExpress Airlines pilots training pilot training for 10 years in Ayjet engaged in cooperating with institutional collaborations in Özyeğin University, today the country’s well-known reputable flight school has been.
Today, when we celebrate the 17th anniversary of its establishment, AYJET, which carries the excitement and responsibility of the first days of its establishment, will continue to serve the Civil Aviation of our country with the pilots it has trained in the coming years.
We would like to thank all the institutions and individuals who trust AYJET and with whom we cooperate; we present our respects.
AYJET Flight School Management
AYJET’s B737 NG (Fixed Base) simulator, which is certified by Turkish DGCA, has been opened for individual use of pilots, with or without instructor, for the preparation flights for simulator evaluation flights during the pilot selection stages of airlines.
Please contact for details : email@example.com or +90 212 639 6300 (Ext.1002 / 1038)
The Multiple Pilot License (MPL) program, which is being implemented in developed countries especially in the training of airline pilots in pilotage training, was implemented for the first time in Turkey in 2018 with the cooperation of AYJET Flight School and SunExpress Airlines. This program, which was developed to train 120 pilots, was successfully completed with the last flight performed. We would like to thank all the stakeholders who contributed to the implementation of this program, especially the General Directorate of Civil Aviation.
We are proud to be the first practitioners of the MPI program in Turkish civil aviation. After that, we will continue to introduce more qualified airline pilots to Turkish aviation with the increase of such meaningful cooperation.