To meet the increased demand from the market for the training of cadet pilots in Europe – 94,000 new pilots over the next 20 years – a large aircraft manufacturer decided to set up its own academy and expand training services.
The Airbus Europe Flight Academy, based in Angouleme, France, will use standardized Airbus instructors to deliver the ab initio program for cadets preparation, a program approved by EASA at the end of 2018. It will complete the intermediate and advanced preparatory phases already used in the training network that has 17 headquarters in the world. Flight Academy Airbus Europe aims to prepare up to 200 cadets annually. Using state-of-the-art ships equipped with digital technology and state-of-the-art flight simulators, the program will provide students with both knowledge and skills to become operationally trained pilots by focusing on developing skills- pilot, technical and behavioral keys. Airbus Europe Airline Academy is an opportunity for high school graduates from all over the world who are 18 years old. Candidates will be tested both online and at the headquarters of the academy before being admitted for training that includes 750 hours of ground flight plus 200 flight hours. Airbus Flight Academy, known as Cassidian Aviation Training Services (CATS), is a subsidiary of Airbus.
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