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FlightPath announces a new training Centre in Johannesburg

Posted 7 July 2015 · Add Comment

FlightPath International will launch a full service Commercial Aviation Training Centre in the city of Johannesburg, South Africa. Training services will be offered for the full cadre of aviation professionals: Airline Pilot (Including MPL), maintenance engineers, cabin crew, and flight dispatch.

“With the African continent’s expected aviation growth, FlightPath will be well positioned to support training demand for Bombardier aircraft, as well as Boeing and Airbus operators in the region”, added Andrew Lucas, president of FlightPath International. Everything is in motion right now to ensure the Centre is operational before the end of 2015.

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