Asian Academy of Aeronautics

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Asian Academy of Aeronautics (AAA) is a premier Flight Training Academy in Asia offering a wide range of courses. AAA is a privately owned company based in Gan Island in the beautiful Republic of Maldives. This historic airport, formerly a well known RAF base, is situated in this fabulous tourist destination where, importantly for international aviation training, English is widely spoken throughout.

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