Airways Flight Training, based at Exeter Airport, today announced a link-up with the Luton & Gatwick based groundschool provider CATS Aviation Training, offering students who have completed ATPL Theory with CATS the opportunity to complete their CPL, MEP Class Rating and Multi Instrument Rating for £20,000 inc VAT.
The Exeter based flight training provider has been established for over 30 years, owned and run by ex-Airline Pilot Brian Marindin, who has an extensive aviation background from flying naval aircraft from carriers, to operating Tr-Stars for Cathay Pacific. Airways Flight Training prides itself on it’s instructor quality and helpful but relaxed environment, which has produced a large number of successes over the last two decades.
Exeter Airport offers the perfect training environment for any trainee, with NDB, RNAV approaches and a broad range of military and civil aerodromes within easy reaching distance.
The offer is valid for any student that has completed their ATPL Theory with CATS.
Airways Flight Training say:
“We can offer you highly experienced instructors with extensive knowledge who are respected thought the industry, a friendly relaxed atmosphere conductive to you successfully acheiveing your flying goals and the facilities of Exeter International Airport to help you become another Airways Flight Training story.”
“That success includes having many ex-students flying for various airlines and other flying organisations. If you come visit, you will see all the framed photographs given by previous students thanking us for our efforts in sending them on the way to successful aviation careers”
To find out more about what’s on offer at Airways Flight Training, to arrange a visit or a course, please follow the relevant links below:
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