The Flight Schools Air-Space Lausanne and Fly 7 consolidate their training offerings and expertise by signing a partnership.
To strengthen their position of reference flight school market, Air-Space and Fly 7 combine to expand their course offerings and their students benefit from a more extensive network.
New training programs
With the launch of commercial operations with one of the nine Pilatus PC-12 operated by Fly 7, the two schools create a professional course for ATPL students to provide them with the necessary experience in executive flight operations.
This training is a valuable asset in the recruitment networks that 2 companies have developed. Air-Space also strengthening its ATPL training with its exclusive D-Learning and Fly 7 specializes in MS and IR type PC-12 rating.
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