Category: Aviation Training News

Virgin Australia Exceeds 50-50 Gender Target for Training

Virgin Australia has exceeded its target of an equal intake of males and females for its 2018 Pilot Cadetship program, achieving female representation of 56 per cent, a 200 per cent increase on the previous program. According to Virgin Australia Group Executive People, Lucinda Gemmell Virgin Australia is committed to increasing gender diversity across all […]

ENAC And Air France Join Forces To Develop Pilot Talent

ENAC, a European pilot training school, has partnered with Air France to assist in reopening the carrier’s cadet pilot programme. Suspended almost a decade prior, Air France has moved to reinstate the programme so as to meet the growth in capacity currently experienced by the airline and its affiliates, Joon and Transavia. According to Air […]

CAE Increases its Pilot Training Capacity in Japan

CAE announced last week the expansion of its pilot training capacity in Japan with the inauguration of its first Airbus A320 full-flight simulator (FFS) deployed at JAL – CAE Flight Training (JCFT), the joint venture between CAE and Japan Airlines, in Tokyo. The CAE-built Airbus A320FFS will support the pilot training needs of Japanese airlines […]

Brand New Boeing 737 NG FFS Already at BAA Training

BAA Training, one of the largest independent aviation training centers in Europe, is expanding training capabilities by adding a brand new Boeing 737 Next Generation full flight simulator to its headquarters in Vilnius, Lithuania. The brand new training device will be ready for training on 12th October and will add 7,300 hours of training per […]

BAA Training Prepares the First Group of Wizz Air Cadets

BAA Training, one of the biggest independent aviation training centres in Europe, is delighted to announce the successful graduation of the first Wizz Air cadets from the tailor-made training program in cooperation with Wizz Air. After two years of comprehensive training, 13 graduates have reached the thrilling finish line to obtain an Integrated Airline Transport […]

airBaltic Pilot Academy’s Second Group of Students Begin Studies

The Latvian airline airBaltic began study process for the second group of students of airline’s newly established Pilot Academy. The second group of 12 students will become airBaltic pilots upon completion of the full-time programme in about two years from now. Pauls Cālītis, airBaltic SVP Flight Operations: “We saw a tremendous increase in the number […]

CAE Re-Opens the Generation easyJet Pilot Training Program

CAE and easyJet announced the re-opening of the Generation easyJet Pilot Training Programme to recruit aspiring pilots over the next six months. Recruitment is open to cadets from all European countries to support easyJet’s growing bases in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain. While maintaining the option to follow ground […]

Ranking of Aviation Training Centres Raising the Value

Ranking of Aviation Training Centres, the project launched by a global aviation news provider Aviation Voice, is glad to be of help to people engaged with aviation. By grabbing the attention of potential candidates for training, strengthening its reputation among business people and becoming a reliable partner for training institutions, the ranking is becoming an […]

Qantas Group Commits to Second Pilot Academy Site

The Qantas Group has confirmed it will open its Pilot Academy across two locations in regional Australia to meet anticipated demand. The Academy is part of the Qantas Group’s plans to build a long-term talent pipeline for its airlines and the broader industry to meet the increasing need for skilled aviators. Boeing’s latest estimates show […]

Cadet Type Rating Program: A Life Belt For Pilots Or For Airlines?

For those seeking a career in the skies, there is now a great opportunity to pursue their dreams. Recently, the market has been filled with positive news – pilot Cadet programs have appeared in the market. There was a time not so long ago when the aspiring future pilots had to pay for their training […]