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Pilot Program Application Deadlines

Teaching will recommence after summer holidays on August 30th. Our Pilot Programs are still open for application. Application deadlines vary depending on programs but we encourage applicants to submit their applications in a timely manner.
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Increased hunger for adventure after the pandemic

Adventure guide Linas Kumpaitis has always been a nature lover and enjoyed traveling and exploring nature. However, he always had a nagging feeling that he was not doing things right, that he was not prepared enough and that he was taking too many risks.
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Private Pilot Program (PPL) now available in distance learning

The Iceland Aviation Academy Private Pilot program will be available through distance learning this fall. Lessons begin on August 30th, with the application deadline set on August 15th.
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The most exciting classroom in Iceland

Adventure guide studies at Keilir take only eight months to complete and revolve around the aspect of tourism that is physically demanding and adventurous, such as rafting, sea kayaking, ice climbing and mountaineering to name a few. Adventure Studies at Keilir in cooperation with Thompson Rivers University starts in August 2021.
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Course in tourism planning?

Keilir and Visit Reykjanes offer a unique four-week course in tourism planning, which includes an all expenses trip to Italy.
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Multi-Crew Cooperation Course (MCC)

Next Multi-Crew Cooperation Course (MCC) will take place 5 - 7 July from 17:00 - 22:00 each day. The course - which is held at Iceland Aviation Academy facilities in Hafnarfjordur - gives the pilot the rights to work in a multi-crew aircraft.
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Adventure Guide Studies During a Volcanic Eruption

A course has been added to the Adventure Guide curriculum that will provide students with instructions and practical knowledge on guiding travelers through an eruption site. The next class of Adventure Guide Studies will start in August of 2021 and is open for applications.
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The most exciting learning environment for pilot training in the World

Recently six of our Diamond aircraft had the oportunity to do a formation flight over the Geldingadalir volcanic eruption, taking place only 20km from the school.
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Adventure Studies starts in August 2021

Adventure guide studies at Keilir take only eight months to complete and revolve around the aspect of tourism that is physically demanding and adventurous, such as rafting, sea kayaking, ice climbing and mountaineering to name a few. Adventure Studies at Keilir in cooperation with Thompson Rivers University starts in August 2021.
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Summer graduation

Iceland Aviation Academy graduated 32 commercial pilots past Friday, June 11th. Kári Kárason, director of the Icelandic Aviation Academy, gave an address and gave recognition together with Davíð Brár Unnarsson, principal of Iceland Aviation Academy.
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