Complete portfolio of CTC training programmes


Ab-Initio/ ATPL Training and Tailored Modules.


Training tomorrow’s airline pilots and meeting the needs of our ever changing industry is the sort of challenge on which CTC thrives. Our well established ab-initio training programme has trained and placed almost 2000 new pilots with airlines around the world, whilst our “vertically integrated” approach to training has ensured our pilots are widely regarded as being among the best in the industry.

With regulatory approval as both a Flight Training Organisation (FTO) and a Type Rating Training Organisation (TRTO), state of the art training facilities, and world-leading instructor teams, it is little wonder we have earned a reputation for producing such high quality airline pilots for our clients.

Tailored Modules

CTC has been operating as an aviation training provider for almost 20 years and we have a complete portfolio of training programmes across the full spectrum of requirements for pilots and cabin crew throughout their careers. Each of these programmes can be tailored to incorporate specific requirements, SOPs and culture.

Additionally, should you require particular modules, through to a bespoke programme, to be tailored specifically to meet a unique need, we have the expertise to develop a programme specifically with your Operation, crew and culture in mind.

08/04/2014


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