These days I am reviewing the Italian ATOs on our directory, following the list recently updated by the National Civil Aviation Authority (ENAC).
It is a long and painstaking job that consists of adding recently certified schools and training centers, checking the accuracy of the courses and qualifications offered, eliminating those that do not seem to have a sufficiently interesting training activity.
Those who consult our website do not realize the immensity of this benevolent work, a complete update of all the 2366 pages of the directory represents more than a year of full-time work.
The best reward is given by those few school leaders who let us know that our work is useful and appreciated.
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