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The Best Training Partner of Airlines

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Pilot Selection

We offer training courses tailored to the specific needs of airlines. In fact, Apex is the first organization in Taiwan to adopt COMPASS and FLIGHT GRADING as methods for selecting individuals who have the potential to become professional pilots.


This method filters out individuals who may not be suitable for a pilot career, helping them to save time and money before committing to such a demanding journey.


COMPASS: Pilot Selection Test


The COMPASS tests not only assess one’s cognitive ability and flying aptitude but also one’s personality traits. Therefore, the COMPASS test serves as an important reference to the airlines during their pilot screening procedure.


Flight Grading


The purpose of such a course is to allow you, before formal flight training, to initiate and assess your hand-eye coordination, sense of direction, and positioning of the aircraft. This course will significantly help with your formal flight training.


The Latest and Safest Trainer

Apex has one of the best training fleets in the aviation industry. Our aircraft are equipped with the airline-style Garmin 1000 Electronic Flight Instruments (EFIS). To further enhance the safety of our operations, we have installed the latest version of the Garmin 800 Traffic Advisory System (TAS), providing our pilots with an 'extra pair of eyes and ears' in the cockpit.

The DA40 NG is an all-around, practical, and versatile multi-use four-seat aircraft produced in the 21st century. It offers a unique blend of practicality, performance, and value.


With a modern all-composite airframe, an ultra-efficient electronically controlled jet-fuel piston engine, and the industry-leading Garmin G1000NXi, the DA40 NG is the only aircraft in its class to embody modern yet proven technology throughout.

The DA42 is easy to fly and burns fuel like a single-engine aircraft but with the added safety of a second engine.


It boasts incredible endurance and single-engine performance, a FIKI-certified ice protection system, superior situational awareness courtesy of the Garmin G1000NXi glass flight deck, and an autopilot with razor-sharp precision and standard Electronic Stability & Protection (Garmin ESP™), which are – quite simply – life insurance.

Nurturing Pilots with Professionality and a Strong Work Ethic



Teaching with Jeppesen’s textbook and the FAA-Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge, Apex ensures that every student absorbs basic aeronautical knowledge. Additionally, we instill the Civil Aviation Act of ROC in students to meet airline requirements. During each training phase, students must pass three stage checks and one oral test. If they fail the exam twice in any training phase, Apex will convene a meeting of the Technical Review Board (TRB) to discuss the suitability of subsequent training. Apex’s graduates must have solid fundamentals in aeronautics.


APEX expects its cadets to meet high standards in every skill subject. We use the standard radio communication of ICAO to establish their ability and competency to comply with international civil regulations. Our G1000 avionics are nearly identical to those found in civil aircraft. Therefore, our cadets will become accustomed to scanning instruments in the glass cockpit more quickly.


APEX strongly values work ethic and discipline, from a cadet’s punctuality to interactions between cadets and other crew members (e.g., CRM). We will convene a meeting of the TRB to evaluate a cadet who has committed a serious violation of our discipline regulations. In other words, we ensure that our cadets have the right mindset and attitude to meet the airline’s expectations and fit into their cultures.
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