Airways Aviation to launch new pilot training course
London, August 7, 2014
Airways Aviation, a leading aviation training academy, will launch its ‘Pilot Training Foundation’ program across the globe to meet the growing requirements of airline fleets worldwide.
Classes for aspiring commercial pilots will commence between September 1 and October 20 in the UAE, Jordan, Lebanon, UK, Australia, Malaysia and Montenegro.
The new aviation theory classes will provide students a competitive edge and a critically important initial study pathway for those requiring extra help and support, the company said.
A tailored curriculum has been designed to provide prospective students a soft introduction while simultaneously maintaining a robust and practical launch into commercial pilot training, it said.
The curriculum is based on both European (EASA) and Australian (CASA) requirements.
The course material and ultimate practical training programs are designed with a strong emphasis on supporting the specialised aviation English elements continually during the entire study program, said a statement.
"Our education and training model is designed to open up the possibility of a career as a commercial pilot to as many prospective students as possible but with particular focus on those whom have a passion and interest but had previously believed it was somehow beyond their ability to become a pilot. We have been able to design a program that simplifies and demystifies the pathway by breaking down the key theory concepts and principles and then delivering the course in a clear, concise and easily managed method," said Romy Hawatt, Airways Aviation global CEO.
Successful completion of the foundation course will provide students a further opportunity to transition on to finalise their commercial theory and simultaneously undertake their practical aeroplane and/or helicopter flight training at one of the Airways Aviation bases in Australia, UK or Montenegro.
The company is currently seeking further expansion into Germany, Holland and Jordan with more study and training destinations to come on stream in the not too distant future. –TradeArabia News Service