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Cockpit4u receives approval for type rating courses from DGCA India

07-23-2008 01:02 PM CET | Logistics & Transport

Press release from: Cockpit4u Aviation Service GmbH

Cockpit4u receives approval for type rating courses from DGCA

Cockpit4u receives from DGCA India the approval as a Type Rating Training Organization (TRTO) for pilot training courses on Airbus and Boeing aircrafts. The grant of this approval means that Cockpit4u conducts type rating training classes and examinations for Indian pilots.

This will expedite the training process and supports airlines in India to satisfy the future demand of qualified and well trained airline pilots.

Mr. Dennis Pilz, CEO, Cockpit4u, said, “With our service portfolio, airlines in India are in a position of being able to react dynamically to internal and external changes. They can compensate fluctuations while simultaneously optimizing the costs and training productivity. In doing so, they concentrate on their core business, without committing internal resources in the time intensive and cost-intensive area of training or in personnel recruitment.”

The Cockpit4u training program covers the entire ground and simulator training for Airbus and Boeing aircrafts, based on JAA regulations and DGCA requirements and leads into license endorsement for Indian pilots.

“Our training follows strictly the JAA and DGCA regulations. The usage of a Maintenance Flight Training Device (MFTD) provides Cockpit4u students with a very realistic und functionally accurate training platform during the Airbus ground course. Thanks to the MFTD, students become familiar with operations in the cockpit from the beginning of training and benefit from an interactive learning of aircraft procedures according the Airbus training syllabus.”, said Stefan Heuss, Head of Training.

Press contact:

Dennis Pilz
Cockpit4u Aviation Service GmbH
Im Airport Center
Mittelstr. 5 / 5a
12529 Berlin-Schoenefeld, Germany
Phone +49 30 3266 3993
Fax +49 30 3266 3991
E-mail: info@cockpit4u.com
www.cockpit4u.com

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. It’s services cover the complete spectrum from JAA approved Type Rating training on Airbus and Boeing, Base and Line Training.

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