Gloucestershire, UK – 5 February 2019: Skyborne Airline Academy is preparing to host its first open day on Saturday 16th March 2019 at Gloucestershire Airport.
The UK’s newest and most innovative airline pilot training academy will welcome potential cadets to tour its state-of-the-art facilities; including five large classrooms, the very latest Diamond DA-42 aircraft and a bespoke selection and assessment suite.
During the open day at the purpose-built 13,000 square foot training centre, visitors will also be able to view the flight training industry’s first fixed-base B737 MAX FTD simulator which is now fully operational at Skyborne Airline Academy.
Lee Woodward, Chief Executive Officer at Skyborne, says:
“We have built Skyborne from the ground up and are delighted to open our doors to the next generation of international airline pilots. With a focus on exhibiting world-class quality across the board, we have invested in market-leading equipment to provide our cadets with a truly standout experience at one of the top General Aviation airports in the UK.
Our innovative, airline focused training will meet both the needs of the aviation industry and that of our cadet pilots. We’re truly excited for our first intake to begin their journey with us.”
Applications are now open for the range of courses on offer, including the Skyborne EASA Integrated ATPL (Airline Transport Pilot Licence) as well as EASA Modular ATPL options.