Regulations regarding the validation of pilot licenses vary for every country, including the Philippines.
This is the reason why Cyclone Flying School recommends that you check with your local civil aviation authority.
Generally, pilot licenses are validated in other countries provided that you pass the exams required by the aviation law of the country in which you wish to fly.
For example, a person from Japan or China who obtains his or her PPL or PHPL license in the Philippines will need to pass the local flying law examination in his own country.
The same applies to a person who qualifies in one European country and wishes to fly in another European country. Or one who qualifies in Europe and wishes to fly in the Philippines.
Internationally, Philippine flying schools and Air Transportation Office (ATO) are highly respected and recognized.
In this regard, Cyclone Flying School has trained pilots of different nationalities who initially obtained Philippine flying license and had these training certificates validated in their respective countries.
For information on the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Authority)