Caribbean Military Aviation School (CMAS)


THE CARIBBEAN MILITARY AVIATION SCHOOL AND SCHOOL OF AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING (CMAS) was established in 2007, in conjunction and cooperation with the Canadian Air Force and Dept of Military Training in Canada. The recently opened School of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering has commenced training in avionics, airframe and aeronautical engineering. CMAS offers Primary Flight Training and Rotary Wing Training, as well as Multi-Engine and Helicopter conversion training. CMAS students are trained in modern facilities which include a state of the art, Diamond DA40 flight simulator and graduating pilots are qualified to international standards on fixed and rotary wing aircraft.


Students are housed in modern, comfortable accommodations with single rooms, internet access, cable television, direct dialling telephones and access to various amenities inside Up Park Camp.

The Caribbean Military Aviation School (CMAS) provides world class instruction to military pilots, equipping them with the necessary skills for the effective conduct of military aviation operations. 

Courses at CMAS currently include:

  • Pilot Selection, Primary, Extended and Flight Instructor -courses conducted on the DA40FP single engine aircraft.
  • Rotary Wing basic helicopter and Flight Instructor courses done on the Bell 206B3 single engine aircraft.
  • Fixed Wing Extended and Flight Instructor courses incorporate the use of the Diamond DA 42 Flight Training Device (FTD). The FTD is Level V (five) (Level VI (six)/full motion the highest) flight simulation device that significantly enhances training.