Golden Eagle Aviation Academy (GEAA) is the first Helicopter training academy in Jordan, and one among the few academies in the Middle East which provides high standards pilots training programs and is an Authorized Training Center (ATC) by the International Air Transport Association (IATA)

GEAA has initiated VIP Air Taxi, Sightseeing, and Ariel Photography as one of its kind services in Jordan, with the aim to provide clients with unforgettable experience and quality services with high level of professionalism and standards.


All air taxi services and helicopter pilot training at GEAA are provided by a professional retired Royal Jordanian Air Force pilots and technicians possessing wide experience on helicopter flying and maintenance in addition to the knowledge of Jordan area topography and weather. 


GEAA  is an Authorized Training Center (ATC) by the International Air Transport Association (IATA).


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Setting standards for excellence, by providing safe and efficient helicopter training programs

that build high skills and knowledge. On the same level, provide distinguished air transport services

(air taxi, sightseeing,and aerial photography) with utmost care for quality and safety


To be a leading academy in the region to train cadets and enable them to become skillful

and highly qualified pilots, while providing top of the line air transport services

that meet clients expectation in terms of quality and safety.


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The Royal Jordanian Air Force

GEAA has a strategic partnership with the Royal Jordanian Air Force (RJAF). This partnership paves the way for GEAA to employ a diversified team of experts with exceptional training skills, while providing strict guidelines for high training and services standards that meet the strict guidelines of the RJAF.

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GEAA has a collaboration agreement with IOMAX; headquarters are based in the United States. IOMAX is a global aerospace system integrator engaged in research, design, manufacture, integration, and sustainment of weapon systems, aircraft worldwide. The cooperation between GEAA and IOMAX is planned to cover different technical and aviation aspects of IOMAX’s Border Patrol Aircraft, the AT-802U BPA and the Archangel