Pilot Flight Academy has partnered with IAGO Flight Training to offer and deliver fully integrated training solutions for their customers. Pilot Flight Academy will now be able to offer type ratings and instructor courses beyond their Integrated ATPL program.
Pilot Flight Academy students complete an Integrated Airline Transport Pilots Licence (ATPL) pathway at Pilot Flight Academy’s Torp and Notodden Airport locations in Norway.
Colin Rydon, Chief Operating Officer and Vice President International Business, PFA, commented: “We’re passionate about delivering the highest standards of airline pilot training and are immensely proud that IAGO Flight Training have recognised this and chosen to partner with us in delivering high quality training solutions for all our airline partners and students.”
“Over 20 years IAGO has emerged as a leading provider of differentiated commercial pilot training, increasingly recognised as the partner of choice to support innovative resource and training initiatives. We therefore are delighted to partner Pilot Flight Academy in this exciting venture. More now than ever airlines are seeking flexible, cost effective and trusted training collaborations. The strengths of PFA and IAGO will combine to provide a first in class integrated training pathway; a partnership equipped to support the needs and aspiration of our customers now and we’ll into the future,” commented James Kingdon, Managing Director, IAGO Flight Training.
Pilot Flight Academy and IAGO Flight Training plan to offer their airline clients and students access to a full suite of training courses on both EASA and UK approvals.
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