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ATR 42/72-600 pilot training courses : now available !

ETOPS/TRU EUROPEAN PILOT TRAINING CENTER LAUNCHES ATR 600 TRAINING ETOPS/TRU PILOT TRAINING CENTER Toulouse announces the launch of its EASA authorized ATR 42/72-600 pilot training courses. From full type rating, to delta/transition courses, the ground training is delivered by distance

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Don’t miss an opportunity to join a type rating course. Contact ETOPS offices to make sure we can accomodate with your schedule constraints and enroll you in the earliest sessions:   Next Type Rating sessions:   Next ATR 42/72-500 Type

PBN approved

PBN Standard has been implemented by Commission Regulation (EU) No 539/2016 related to Performance Based Navigation (PBN) that amends Commission Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011 (the Aircrew Regulation ). The new EASA PBN regulations will require that from 25 August 2018,

Eligible for public funding

  All our training curriculums are eligible for public funding (CPF, Fongecif, Pôle-Emploi, OPCA…) Call our office for more information at +33 532 090 566   or send a request  HERE

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Airbus foresees demand for some 25,000 aircraft in the next 20 years

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China will lead the Asia Pacific Region in new airplane deliveries

China’s leading provider of passenger airplanes, projects a demand in the country for 6,020 new airplanes over the next 20 years, valued at $870 billion. The company released its annual China Current Market Outlook (CMO) today in Beijing which shows

Boeing forecasts huge need for pilots over next 2 decades

Boeing released a projection Tuesday showing an ever-growing need for more pilots and aircraft-maintenance technicians worldwide as the aviation industry booms across the globe.The Boeing forecast pegs worldwide demand over the next two decades at more than half a million