FLYBE CEO SAAD HAMMAD CONGRATULATES NEW PILOTS AT CTC AVIATION’S LARGEST EVER GRADUATION CEREMONY

CTC Aviation is a global pilot training and resourcing company providing innovative solutions in partnership with customers around the world.

15th Dec 2015


FLYBE CEO SAAD HAMMAD CONGRATULATES NEW PILOTS AT CTC AVIATION’S LARGEST EVER GRADUATION CEREMONY

 

CTC Aviation is a global pilot training and resourcing company providing innovative solutions in partnership with customers around the world.  Latest-generation Crew Training Centres and resources are located at attractive, well-connected, convenient locations in the UK, NZ and USA.

 

CTC Aviation’s services cover the full spectrum of requirements from ab initio trainee pilot selection, training and airline placement to the more advanced aircrew selection, training and provisioning requirements for experienced pilots, instructors and examiners.

 

CTC Aviation, held its largest ever annual airline pilot graduation ceremony on Thursday 10 December 2015 and saw 226 graduate pilots, joined by family members, friends and VIP guests from flying charity Aerobility, Middlesex University, Buckinghamshire New University, the Royal Aeronautical Society  and the British Women’s Pilot Association, as well as senior industry figures from easyJet, British Airways, Monarch Airlines, Thomson, Flybe, BA CityFlyer and Qatar Airways.

 

75% of this year’s graduates are already flying or about to start operating for one of CTC Aviation’s Airline Partners such as easyJet, British Airways, BA CityFlyer, Jet2.com,Thomas Cook, Ryanair and Monarch Airlines, as well as Flybe.

 

 

As an Internationally Approved Training Organisation (ATO - for ab initio and type rating training), the company trains and recruits approximately 3,000 aircrew for more than 50 global airlines each year.

 

Airline clients include British Airways, Dragonair, easyJet, easyJet Switzerland, fastjet, Flybe, flydubai, IndiGo, Jet2.com, Jet Airways, the Jetstar Group, Monarch Airlines, Oman Air, Qatar Airways, Royal Brunei Airlines, Ryanair, Thomas Cook Airlines, Thomson Airways and Virgin Atlantic Airways

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