Aviation Foundation Course cadets graduate


Global pilot training group Airways Aviation recently announced the graduation of its first batch of Aviation Foundation Course cadets at a ceremony held at its Dubai Knowledge Village campus. The bespoke Airways Foundation Course prepares cadets for either European EASA [...]

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Airways Aviation ground school launched in Malaysia


  Airways Aviation has teamed up with the International Aviation Centre (IAC) in Malaysia to deliver introductory aviation theory courses to aspiring airline pilots in Kuala Lumpur. The world-class Aviation Theory School delivers an Aviation Foundation Basics course specifically developed for students who want to [...]

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Ticket to Fly


Flying his first plane at the young age of 16, Arthur Stanislaus has now realised his dream of becoming a pilot. Mr Stanislaus completed his Diploma of Aviation earlier last month at the Airways Aviation academy in Queensland, Australia and [...]

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New Flight Training Program


Airways Aviation has launched an international bespoke Pilot Training Foundation program to help meet the accelerating demand for highly trained commercial pilots. The new aviation theory classes offered in United Kingdom, Australia, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, Montenegro, Jordan and [...]

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Best way to kickstart an aviation career


Airways Aviation is the only Flight Training Academy in Australia that offers theory and flight training in helicopters and aeroplanes, culminating in a commercial pilot’s licence. The Private Pilot Licence Aeroplane (PPLA) is the best way for students to kickstart [...]

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Edging closer to an aviation career


Thanesh Jayandran’s childhood dream of becoming a pilot is taking flight. Mr Jayandran, originally from Malaysia, completed his first solo flight in September and is edging closer to completing his Private Pilot Licence as an international student at the Airways [...]

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Boeing projects surge in pilot demand


The 2014 Boeing Pilot and Technician Outlook projects that 533,000 new commercial airline pilots will be needed to fly the world fleet over the next 20 years. Although Asia Pacific remains the region with the highest overall demand, the anticipated [...]

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