Flight Training Show in Le Bourget
The conference brought together career entrants, members of flight schools and other stakeholders of the aviation sector in France. Besides being an excellent networking opportunity, the Flight Training Show also discussed key issues affecting the industry like regulations, training issues and language requirements.
"The show was very successful for us considering our main objective was fulfilled. We exhibited in Le Bourget primarily to make a presence, establish contacts within the industry and have an exchange with key players to develop business relations. We were able to give a presentation and showcase our services, meet with potential clients and leading names in the industry." says Kay Wachtelborn, Instructor at Cockpit4u.
The airline industry at large may be going through turbulent times but the mid to long term prospects for the sector are strong. Therefore the demand in well-trained pilots will increase within the next months.
Cockpit4u is a leading provider of training services to the aviation industry and is set to become the most comprehensive and independent training organization for airlines and individual pilots. Its services cover the complete spectrum from Type Rating, TRI, TRE training and a wide range of airline related cockpit crew training on Airbus, Boeing and Bombardier aircrafts.
Cockpit4u Aviation Service GmbH
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12529 Berlin-Schoenefeld, Germany
Phone +49 30 3266 3993
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