FTA will continue to offer training for UK CAA licences in addition to EASA licences for both modular and integrated training programmes.
- Flight school locks prices for modular ab initio training for 36 months
- Managing Director rejects suggestion that now is not the time to train, with the industry still forecasting a need for 600,000 jobs worldwide over next 20 years.
- School offers most comprehensive range of programmes and packages the industry has to offer.
FTA Global, who will soon celebrate their 15th anniversary as a successful commercial flight school, have just announced that they will freeze the price of their modular course for all ab initio students who embark on their PPL this year.
- Pilots will be trained in 10 weeks, after which they will have the opportunity to be interviewed for a role with the company
- As a Qualified Instructor, Pilots will be ready for a rewarding role with excellent career prospects
FTA has added Flight Instructor training to their list of new pilot courses launching in 2021. The Brighton-based company are said to be excited to start training their first group of instructors this month! This year, they also introduced an enhanced integrated flight deck programme, a new advanced course and an hour-building package. Sean Jacob, Managing Director for FTA Global, explains why he’s excited about the launch:
Apollo Aircraft Maintenance and FTA Global are pleased to announce that they have now merged as a single business. The aircraft maintenance company and flight school have always worked closely together, referring to each other as ‘sister’ organisations. The change means that Apollo Aircraft Maintenance, now FTA Maintenance, has become the school’s dedicated maintenance division.
The acquisition is part of a host of changes FTA Global are introducing. They have recently refurbished their facilities and added to both their training fleet and flight instruction team. Having a dedicated team of engineers on site is a major benefit to a busy flight school, as Managing Director for FTA Global, Sean Jacob, explains:
“An effective service and maintenance provision for our flight school is integral to our business. This month our company flew almost 1,000 hours, which is a record for FTA Global. Safety and efficiency are core values our businesses share. Engineering excellence and operational efficiency is a significant asset which is appreciated by our students.”
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Sussex-based flight school FTA Global has announced excellent pass rates and exam averages. The results are especially impressive given the global crisis and the negative impact it could have had on the staff and students.
Posted in: atpl theory
Sussex-based commercial flight training school, FTA commemorated the official reopening of their main building, and the heart of their flight school, Wingfield House at Brighton City Airport.
Earlier this year FTA Global introduced a ground school experience like no other – nine months of blended, instructor-led tuition underpinned with computer-based training and e-learning material.
Posted in: covid-19
FTA Global have been delivering world-class commercial pilot training for 15 years.
The company has gone from strength to strength, continually investing in its fleet, staff and premises, with plans for significant growth in the next five years.
Despite the unquestionable disruption that the Coronavirus is having on countries around the world, FTA Global remains operational and now provides theoretical instruction online, via remote teaching through virtual classrooms.