10 Elixir Aircraft Ordered for Airways Aviation Academy
Nov01

10 Elixir Aircraft Ordered for Airways Aviation Academy

Airways Aviation Academy, a global flight training academy, has signed an agreement to pre-order 10 Elixir Aircraft. Marwan Atalla, Executive Chairman of Airways Aviation, said: “The Elixir is a safe aircraft, and has been designed taking into consideration safety, ease of maintenance, low operating costs, and suitability for flight training, which matches our goal to provide optimal training for our students.” Atalla was a...

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The World’s Airline Industry is Booming With Pilot Jobs
Oct31

The World’s Airline Industry is Booming With Pilot Jobs

Pilot Careers Live London is dedicated to informing and inspiring the next generation of pilots and flight crew. Pilot Careers Live is providing the perfect opportunity to find out more about the opportunities and training routes, with motivational seminars covering a every aspect of a pilot training journey. The exhibitor list is a who’s who of the cadet pilot training industry, and they’re all available for you to talk...

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Generation EasyJet Pilot Training Programme Opens
Oct16

Generation EasyJet Pilot Training Programme Opens

In 2018 EasyJet will recruit 460 new pilots to meet record demands for the airline for a third consecutive year, as its European network continues to grow. Opportunities range from cadet pilots starting their career to experienced co-pilots and captains from other airlines and the military. EasyJet have a particular focus on attracting female pilots and candidates through its Amy Johnson Initiative, which it launched in 2015. The...

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LAA Armstrong-Isaacs Bursary Scheme Extended
Oct14

LAA Armstrong-Isaacs Bursary Scheme Extended

Five 2018-2019 Armstrong-Isaacs bursaries will be available to any pilot under the age of 30 in U.K PPL training, contributing up to £1,500 to assist in the completion of their course. The funds will be lodged with the flying school of their choice and must be used exclusively for flying training or flight examinations. To qualify for these bursaries the young pilots are required to already have reached ‘first solo’...

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Permit to Train
Oct11

Permit to Train

UK National Permit to Fly aircraft are to be allowed to be used for remunerated commercial flight training for the first time, the UK Civil Aviation Authority has confirmed. Pilots are now allowed to use Permit to Fly General Aviation (GA) aircraft to train towards post-PPL add-on training and ratings. At this stage, the permission is limited to current PPL holders only; ab-initio training is still restricted to aircraft holding a...

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Airbus get into ab-initio Training
Oct07

Airbus get into ab-initio Training

Airbus launching the ‘Airbus Pilot Cadet Training Programme’ to include ab initio training. The programme is being launched in partnership with Escuela de Aviacion Mexico (EAM), located near to the Airbus Mexico Training Centre. After completing their initial training with EAM, cadets will qualify at the Airbus Mexico Training centre to become Airbus A320 pilots. Airbus customers will be able to delegate pilot screening activities and...

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