Welcome to Cebu, Philippines!

Cebu is one of the   most developed provinces  in the Philippines, with Cebu City as the main center of commerce, trade, education and industry in the Visayas, Philippines. 

The Philippines are divided into three major island groups: Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Manila, the capital, was the seat of Spanish colonial rule in Asia and is located on Luzon, the major northern island. In the Cordillera Mountains of northern Luzon live tribes who make propitiatory offerings to rice gods and whose way of life has barely changed since they first settled there around 500BC. One of the few concessions they have made to modernity is to give up head-hunting. The middle cluster of islands, the Visayas feature tropical beaches and exotic wildlife. For connoisseurs of beaches, the central Visayan region is an island-hoppers’ paradise, with white sand everywhere and unspoiled fishing barrios. Discovering quiet islands around Cebu and Bohol it is not hard to find your own deserted tropical beach.

The southernmost group of islands, Mindanao, features a diverse population, where grand churches and imposing mosques mingle in towns known for speaking “Chabacano”, a unique mixture of Spanish and ethnic dialects. Here we will explore Davao, Zamboanga,and Cagayan de Oro. Palawan is a sanctuary to an amazing variety of fauna and flora found nowhere else in the world. It is blessed with incredibly awesome landscapes that astound even the most experienced travellers. Discover the amazing scenery of skyscraping dark cliffs, thick green forests, white-sand beaches with sparkling water at El Nido. Palawan presents a visual feast not only above the ground but also below it; discover caves filled with filigree-like sculptures formed by stalagmites and stalactites at the St. Paul flow the Underground River, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Philippines is a big country in a small package. It is the second-largest archipelago in the world (after Indonesia), with 7107 islands, sixty percent of them uninhabited, and 58,390km of coastline, all in a land mass no bigger than Arizona and the friendly Filipinos refer to it as their string of pearls.

Training base : Mactan-Cebu International Airport !

Mactan-Cebu International Airport lies in the Mactan Island in the eastern part of the mainland Cebu linked by two steel bridges that crossed the Mactan channel. The island serves the needs of too many nationalities for it is surrounded by pristine beaches and catered by world class resorts and hotel as land marked by the famous international hotels, the Shangri-La and Hilton Hotels. Get the most values accommodation that had been offered by five star hotels and resorts. Sipping the best of island fruit juices and the likes will be served while watching slide shows featuring the best of the school and of the island. Feel refreshed and start dreaming of conquering other services that our associates are offering like scuba diving, snorkelling, island hopping, parasailing, skydiving through the bird’s eye and what more…??…the best of the island cuisine while cruising your imaginations……within your reach….have fun and rock your life…… we can take you further!!!

Operation Base : Mactan-Cebu International Airport.

We are located in Central Visayas region, is the second busiest airport of the Philippines and one of the top 20 airports in the Asean region in 2011. It is located in Lapu-Lapu City on Mactan Island, part of Metro Cebu. The airport is managed by the Mactan-Cebu International Airport Authority. It covers an area of 797 hectares (1,970 acres). 


About Mactan Int’l Airport

Based on operations, it is the second-largest airport in the Philippines, serving 600 flights weekly and more than 10,000 passengers daily.

  • PROPERTY AREA: 797 hectares
  • OPERATIONS: 24 hours
  • RUNAWAY: 3,300m X 45m
  • TAXIWAY SYSTEM:  Full parallel & rapid exists x 23m
  • AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATIONS  : C-130 Hercules, YS-11, A300/319/320/321/330, DC-9-30, LET 410, DO328, B737/747/757, Private jets and all general aviation airplanes and helicopters
  • AIRLINE OPERATORS : Philippine Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Silk Air, Malaysian Airlines, Zest Air, Cebu Pacific Air, Qatar Airways, Asian Spirit, SEAir, Mandarin Airlines, Korean Air, Asiana Airlines, Eva Air… etc
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Out of 7,107 islands, why is CEBU the best for flight training?

  • More than 100 flights a day by Asia’s leading airline companies.
  • Airport, runway, control tower’s air-based facilities is excellent.
  • Freedom to use airspace for flight tours.
  • Fairly Good weather.
  • Good maintenance staffs.
  • Refueling facilities.
  • Many of the airports and runways nearby CEBU is operationable.
  • It is possible to fly to 20 different destinations without refueling, in training aircrafts.
  • English speaking country ( the locals speak good enough)
  • Cebu is born with beautiful mountains and pristine beaches and world class sea resorts and hotels.
  • It is more than excitement when you fly over the islands and the beautiful sea.
  • Golf, go carting, scuba diving, snorkeling, riding ATV’s, island hopping, sky diving and a wide variety of leisure activities. 


Cebu is characterized by narrow coastlines and the climate of Cebu is tempered by pleasant sea breezes from the Pacific Ocean. The weather is moderate, having no distinct wet and dry season, the perfect vacation spot for all seasons.
Daily temperatures normally range between 26 and 33 degree celcius.

The dry, hot period is from February to May where temperatures can reach as high as 37 degrees centigrade. March and April are the hottest months. At the rainy season from June to November temperatures are pleasantly cooler around 24 to 33 degrees. The temperature can drop down at night to as low as 18 degrees in the cooler period from October to February. The humidity is very high, seldom below 70 percent and frequently above 80.


Mean annual temperature26.5 degree centigrade
Mean highest monthly temperature34.8 degree centigrade
Mean lowest monthly temperature20.6 degree centigrade
Coldest MonthJanuary
Warmest MonthMay


Average Wind Velocity10 km./hr. varying direction
Northeast Wind (Amihan)November to May
Southeast Wind (Habagat)June to September
Typhoons usually come onOctober to December
Strongest typhoon occurred1989 (typhoon Ruping)


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