AIRWAYS trains the future airline pilots we will find in cockpits. These trainees come to AIRWAYS with or without any past experience and after 24 months they are airline transport pilots, with the ATPL (Airline Transport Pilot Licence) written, Commercial Licence, Instrument rating and MCC.
Every year, AIRWAYS opens a class for the integrated ATPL course to people desiring to become airline pilots. AIRWAYS has a fleet of 14 aircraft, 4 of which are multi-engine, 6 FNPT2 simulators and its own aircraft maintenance shop.
AIRWAYS has 3 bases in France: Agen, Nîmes and Cholet. Each base has accommodations for trainees.
The air transport industry is confronted with its trafic continuing to progress and a shortage of pilots
on certain continents. Many baby boom pilots will soon be reaching retirement age this mixed with the trafic progression many airlines will find themselves with a pilot shortage in the coming years and AIRWAYS is ready to meet this need.
Some Oceania and African airlines have already chosen AIRWAYS to train their pilots. AIRWAYS ATO (Approved Training Organisation) has put everything in place to further develop its international alliances with airlines worldwide to train their ab initio pilots.
« We have put all our know how to meet the needs of this market. Our long experience in this domaine gives us enough flexibility to meet the different needs of airlines and give each a personal touch. We are investing our development to meet the needs of this up coming market. It is important for us to work hand in hand with each individual airline to build the future together. » says Sébastien Lefebvre, AIRWAYS FORMATION CEO.
This is the case with Air Côte d’Ivoire, AIRWAYS has signed a contract to train their future pilots.
This will begin at the end of October 2015 with a class starting their ATPL written in the Cote
d’Ivoire after which they will cary out their flight training in Agen, France. At the completion these
young pilots will have a European Commercial Pilot Licence with all the ratings needed to fly an
The Group AIRWAYS FORMATION has set everything forth to meet the needs of the airlines worldwide and is resolved to see it through.
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