29 January 2016
When global airline pilot training and resourcing provider CTC Aviation began supplying airlines with newly qualified pilots in 1993, Monarch was the very first to employ their graduates. Since then, over 160 CTC Aviation pilots have had a flying start to their career with this leading European, scheduled, leisure airline.
Since September 2015, a further 10 graduates have been placed with the airline, with more expected to join throughout 2016. Significantly, half of those placed to date are women. The newly qualified pilots are graduates from the company’s CTC WINGS airline pilot career programme and CTC TAKEOFF professional pilot training courses, as well as the CTC FLEXICREW ATP programme which selects and places pilots who have completed their training with other EASA-approved ATOs.Read more
27 January 2016
As airlines are responding to the global pilot shortage and recruiting an increasing number of new entrant pilots, the need to ensure their development into tomorrow’s commanders is of highest priority.
As an organisation that specialises in the delivery of airline training and resourcing services, CTC Aviation says they regularly receive requests from customer airlines around the world to deliver bespoke training programmes to satisfy specific requirements.
In 2012 IndiGo - India’s largest and fastest growing low cost carrier entrusted the training of its future Captains to CTC Aviation and, to date, 114 IndiGo First Officers have undergone CTC Aviation’s Indian DGCA-approved intensive command skills development programme. A further group will commence training at CTC Aviation’s Southampton (UK) facilities in February 2016.Read more
19 January 2016
Airline pilot training and resourcing organisation CTC Aviation was recognised for several achievements at this year’s Aviation Skills Awards. Hosted at the House of Commons, the Aviation Skills Awards is a new annual award scheme developed by Aviation Skills Partnership and Inspiring the Future and focuses on driving recognition of the achievements made across the global aviation industry.Read more