Gloucestershire Airport, UK – 14 January 2019: Skyborne Airline Academy is partnering with Castellón Airport in Spain to establish a fair-weather training base, providing cadet pilots with year-round, optimal flying conditions.
Lee Woodward, Chief Executive Officer at Skyborne, says:
“With its great facilities, optimum location on Spain’s Mediterranean coast and fantastic weather, we are delighted to be partnering with Castellón Airport. The flight training environment is superb, with modern classrooms and a student crew room overlooking the runway. The airport truly reflects everything we offer at Skyborne and we expect our cadets to thrive when they begin training here later this year.”
The general director of Aerocas, Joan Serafi Bernat, and the director of Castellón Airport, Ivana Guinot, agree on the importance of the partnership with Skyborne, stating:
“Welcoming Skyborne cadets to train at our facilities is fantastic for both the airport and the region and we are really looking forward to receiving our first group of Skyborne cadets later this year. The partnership stands to have a significant economic and social impact, as the arrival of cadets, instructors and staff will generate various opportunities in Castellón and the surrounding area.”
Skyborne is set to welcome its first intake of handpicked cadets to Castellón in early 2019 and is now recruiting flying instructors. If you are interested in applying, please visit our careers page.