Air Force College (KTU)

Air Force College was originally called the Royal Malaysian Air Force Flight Training School in 1963. The establishment is to take the Alor Setar Airport from the British Royal Air Force. On July 1, 1964, Sqn LDR fj Woodard a loan officer from the RAF was the first official ruling.

This database was launched by YAB Tun Abdul Razak bin Hussain on May 10, 1965. The following year, on February 21, 1966, the rule base has been held by a subsidiary of Malaysia for the first time. He was Sqn LDR Sulaiman bin Sujak.

Since its inception, the Flight Training School has experienced some significant changes. In 1971 this base has taken over the previously advanced training courses conducted in Kuala Lumpur.

On Jan 1978, Flight Instructor Training School was established on this basis. It is known as the Flying Instructor Training Institute. RMAF Alor Setar has been promoted to the College of the Air Force. The location is about 12 kilometers from the town of Alor Setar, Kedah Darul Aman. With an area covering 65 square hectares, it aims to fix all of the units training at one place with the environment and have adequate equipment and facilities.

With the concept of centralization is a number of RMAF training as Officer Training Centre (PLP), Institute of Aerospace Technology (ITAS) and Training Centre Airport 2 was placed in the RMAF Alor Setar. Centralization of training units is also based on the RMAF’s vision to make the College of the Air Force as a ‘Centre of Aerospace Studies.



Issuing officer and member of the air with a positive attitude nurtured, provided with basic knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties and responsibilities of the RMAF in the use and implementation of effective and appropriate curriculum.


  • To ensure that the needs of users.
  • To ensure that aircraft can always fly.
  • Ensure that each member is skilled in the field of production.
  • Services meet the needs of users.



  • Domestic needs and provide technical support to users.
  • To ensure that members of the moral high point.
  • To provide aircraft fuel requirements needed.
  • Meet the transportation needs of each application.