The total number of Danish flight schools using the FlightLogger platform has increased to ten as Zealand Flight Academy from Roskilde completed their onboarding.

Zealand is the name of the island that holds Denmark’s capital Copenhagen but also Roskilde Airport, where Zealand Flight Academy, a brand-new startup academy, have their training facilities. From here, CEO Yass Al-Khafaji and his team plan to provide ab initio training for people with a dream of learning to fly a small aircraft for leisure, by providing PPL(A) and LAPL(A) training programs. Aside from that, Yass plans to offer scenic flights and related services to people living in the capital region.

Due to coronavirus restrictions, Zealand Flight Academy has not yet officially opened the doors to their pilot academy, but everything is set and ready and the first students have been lined up for training.

The setup of FlightLogger at Zealand Flight Academy has been swift and seamless. “It didn’t take much more than a month from when I contacted FlightLogger the first time until our account was ready with everything set up for us. FlightLogger managed the entire process of implementing our training programs and before letting us free on the platform, they conducted a great training day for our staff and instructors”, said Yass Al-Khafaji.