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Diploma of Aviation – CPL Helicopter

FTA is offering a 41-week AVI50315 Diploma of Aviation (Commercial Pilot Licence – Helicopter) program starting on 18 September 2017. Eligible students can defer tuition fees through the VET Student Loans scheme. Full details of the course can be found at http://www.flyfta.com/vet-fee-help/course-brochures If you are interested in attending the course, please contact Jean Mills or call 08 8294309

First IndiGo course starts at FTA

History was made at FTA on 31 July 2017 with the start of our first IndiGo course. The nine students will be completing an extensive basic flight training course, which includes a CASA CPL and MECIR, MCC and an Airbus A320 type rating. They will then return to India for a license conversion module of training. FTA’s CEO, Mr Johan…

FTA/IndiGo Seminars

Thank you to everyone who attended our information seminars in Mumbai and Delhi. We hope you found them informative and worthwhile. Our next round of seminars will take us to Hyderabad and Bangalore this coming weekend and we are looking forward to meeting you then. Attendance is FREE and you can register here See you at the seminar! Flight Training…

IndiGo Cadet Pilot Program seminars in India

FTA and IndiGo will be hosting seminars on IndiGo’s cadet pilot program from 15 July 2017 to 23 July 2017 providing information required to successfully qualify as an IndiGo airline pilot. Seminar Registration Link, attendance is free. SOFITEL MUMBAI BKC Saturday 15 July – Mumbai – Starts 09:30 C 57 Bandra Kurla Complex Bandra East Maharashtra, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400051, India…

UniSA Aviation Academy Achievements

Congratulations to Aviation Academy students who achieved a Commercial Pilot Licence though FTA’s training program for UniSA. The eight students from courses UNCV and UNAV5/6 received their wings on Friday 19 May 2017. The next phase of their training will be Instrument Rating.

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