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Airways Aviation Group signs training agreement with Sky4U

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Dana Ermolenko
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Airways Aviation Group signed a training agreement with German based SKY4U, a well known simulator training company which amongst other programs offers a Ryanair approved APS MCC.  This agreement, valid for all Airways Aviation ESMA (France) graduate pilots will have effects immediately and will allow pilots to get a proven high quality APS MCC and also to be eligible for an assessment with Ryanair and have the chance of potentially becoming one of their cadet pilots.

Alexandre Alves, Airways Aviation Group COO & CCO, commented: “I am very happy to announce that Airways Aviation ESMA signed a training cooperation agreement with Sky4U in order to provide Ryanair’s approved APS MCC to selected pilot graduates. Not only Sky4U team is recognized internationally by their training capacity and quality but they are also great people and I was happy to close the contract with their CEO, my friend Oliver Thiemke.
This agreement will allow Airways Aviation ESMA (France) graduate pilots to enroll on this highly successful APS MCC program but also to be eligible for Ryanair assessment and have the possibility of joining this airline as one of their cadet pilots. This is another step on the continuous effort of partnering with market leaders and offer our students the best training and options to enter the market as highly skilled professionals. “



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