Adventia is again relied upon for pilot selection by Vueling


Adventia Pilot School has signed year an agreement for the second consecutive with the company Vueling with the aim that the best students are eligible as candidates for new positions within the company .

This project began a year ago as a clear commitment to quality teaching. Vueling, the Spanish airline based in El Prat, agreed to reserve a percentage of places so that the best students had an opportunity to apply for a job within the company.

Regarding the results of last year, Adventia has pointed out, that in the selection conducted by the airline , 60 percent of the Salamanca school students who presented to the tests successfully joined Vueling .

The renewal of this agreement is within the school 's commitment to facilitate the recruitment of their students and enhance career opportunities for future pilots , which are further facilitated by expanding the training offered with the Bachelor Pilot Commercial Aviation and Air Operations and new international collaborations with foreign countries such as Chile and Panama .

The school Adventia European College of Aeronautics , Aviation Campus center affiliated with the University of Salamanca , is one of only two pilot schools in Europe provide the title of Degree in Commercial Aviation Pilot and Air Operations adapted to the European Higher Education.

20/09/2013


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