Flying Mission Services Student Log in Portal

Flying Mission Services Student Portal

Are you trying to login to Flying Mission Services Student Portal)? The easiest way to do that is to use the official links that we have provided below. We keep all of our links up to date at all times.

So, if you ever need to login to Flying Mission Services Student Portal again, you can rest assured that we will have the most up to date and official links available.

If you want to login to Flying Mission Services Student Portal, then there is a very easy way to do it.

A lot of websites will offer you convoluted ways about doing it. However, there is a much easier way. All you need to do is follow these simple instructions below.


  • Step 1 – Go to the Flying Mission Services Student Portal official login page via our official link below. After you click on the link, it will open in a new tab so that you can continue to see the guide and follow the troubleshooting steps if required.
  • Step 2 – Simply login with your login details. You will have to have been given these by Flying Mission Services Student Portal, either on sign up, or by your authority of Flying Mission Services Student Portal.
  • Step 3 – You should now have a “successfully logged in” message. Congratulations, you are now logged in successfully to Flying Mission Services Student Portal.
  • Step 4 – If you can not log in to the Flying Mission Services Student Portal website, then follow our troubleshooting guide, found here.

If you meet the eligibility criteria, and would like to apply to train with the FM-AMETS, use the following link to download the application form. After completing the form, follow the instructions within for submission.




Kindly note, that your application is only complete when certified copies of all relevant Certificates, Identity Document, Testimonials and References are submitted with the application form.

The AME Training Programme – Contents

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) course of instruction consists of both theoretical and practical skills segments divided into nine interrelated study modules:

  • Basic Subjects (Mathematics, Physics, Air Regulations & Aerodynamics)
  • Fundamentals of Aircraft Maintenance
  • Aircraft Structures
  • Aircraft Maintenance Practices
  • Aircraft Systems
  • Helicopters
  • Powerplant
  • Aircraft Electrics/Avionics
  • Attachment to Approved Maintenance Organisations

On completion of classroom tutorials, to further enhance practical skills, in depth expertise, requisite knowledge and inculcate relevant attitudes students are sent on attachment to various AMOs. This helps to expose learners to the real work environment, maintenance procedures, processes and both quality and safety management systems undertaken by aircraft maintenance engineers to uphold aircraft airworthiness and comprehensive safety management system.

Upon successful completion of the AME programme, graduates qualify for Botswana Civil Aviation licensing examination process offered by the Civil Aviation Authority of Botswana. Attainment of the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering License is the foundation for all engineering ratings and licenses which are the gateway to the aircraft maintenance engineering profession.

Application forms