Cockpit4u Aviation Service and Airways Aviation Academy (AAA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), whereby AAA and Cockpit4u will be providing a framework for the development of a constructive and successful joint working arrangement.
AAA, a global flight training provider, with bases in the UK, Spain, Montenegro, and Australia, will be offering its full-time pilot training students the opportunity and resources to get MCC/JOC training or Type Rating on e.g. Airbus A320 or Boeing B737 in cooperation with the German ATO Cockpit4u.
The objective of the arrangement is to supplement and expand the Airways and Cockpit4u training footprint, promoting the Airways Aviation EASA training pathway and facilitating the development of MPL training pathways.
Dennis Pilz, CEO of Cockpit4u Aviation Service commented saying: “Airways Aviation Academy has an excellent track record of graduating thousands of successful pilots from around the world. We are looking forward to working with them and building a long-term business to business relationship.”
Mauro Calvano, Chief Operating Officer of Airways Aviation, said: “Cockpit4u is a forward-thinking organisation, who shares our firm principles of quality education. We value their trust in our highly developed pilot training programs, and we are anticipating the success of our synergy.”
About Cockpit4u Aviation Service
Cockpit4u is one of the world’s leading Approved Training Organisations (ATO) with headquarters in Berlin. Cockpit4u’s range of services covers the entire spectrum of MCC/JOC training, Type Rating training and SFI / TRI training on Airbus, Boeing and Bombardier aircraft. The cooperation with innovative developers and leading operators enables Cockpit4u to offer the best and latest technical equipment and simulators.
About Airways Aviation Academy
Airways Aviation Academy (AAA) is a global flight training provider with training facilities in the UK, Spain, Montenegro, Australia’s Gold Coast, and Sunshine Coast. The Academy offers the European EASA License, the Australian CASA License, and the Montenegrin CAA License. The various locations allow for tailor-made and flexible training options for aspiring pilots and sponsors. AAA operates 23 aircraft, 4 Fixed-base Simulators, and currently trains 300 students worldwide.