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Skylink Flights Pilot Training

Flight School Skylink Flights Pilot Training About Us At Skylink we have the 3rd generation Aircraft, newer model trainers that break down down less often and are very safe for training. Our fleet consist of modern but less fuel consuming Aircraft, the 3rd generation models, reducing our cost and easy on the candidates’ pockets. We offer a range of experience by training on both high and low wing Aircraft which allow a candidate complete his/her training at Skylink with multiple ratings in his/her license. ABOUT US Our instructors are professional aviators who are ready to provide you with exemplary service, through commitment to safety. Whether your goal is to fly

September 8, 2017       admin       0 comments   | Flight News, Kenyan Flight Schools

Flight Training Centre

Flight School Flight Training Centre About Us Establishment Flight Training Centre (FTC) was founded in April 2008 as a business name and was incorporated as a limited company on 6 June, 2010. Through the issue of an Approved Training Organization Certificate by KCAA, the school is able to provide flight training in all areas as stipulated under the ATO. Such services include ground flight training, instrument rating, multi engine training, type rating and foreign license conversion among other forms of training as needs arise.   Core Competencies TRAINING At Flight Training Centre we offer many general and specialized courses in specific areas of the Aviation Environment. We have a flexible

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Ninety-Nines Flying School

Flight School Ninety-Nines Flying School About Us Ninety-Nines Flying School is a dedicated flying training organization catering for the private, commercial and airline sectors. We have extensive experience in training self and corporate sponsored pilots from different cultural backgrounds and from all around the world. History Beginning in 1975, the Ninety-Nines Flying School has established a reputation within the East Africa aviation industry for providing high quality flight training services. The School Our success is as a result of having a relevant and achievable philosophy, sophisticated training programs to translate that philosophy into tangible results, and selective management systems to provide quality control. We offer training for pilots of all

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Picking a Flight School

Choosing a Flight School With a big selection of flight schools available country wide, how does an aspiring pilot choose a flight school? There are several factors that one has to consider: Are you going to take Part 61 or Part 141 training? How many instructors are available at the flight school? What type of aircraft does the flight school have? These and many other questions have to be answered before one enrolls for flight lessons. A big part of the choice is determined by cost. How much do you have available for the training? How many flight schools do you have in your area? Do you have money for

March 15, 2017       admin       0 comments   | Aviation Articles

Factors Leading to Chapecoense Air Crash

Colombia Chapecoense Air Crash This has been a sad week for both the sports and aviation community. The chartered aircraft that crashed in Colombia killed 71 passengers and had 6 survivors. The aircraft owned by LaMia (short for Línea Aérea Mérida Internacional de Aviación) was an Avro RJ85, and was carrying the Brazilian Chapecoense football squad. While statistics indicate that chartered aircrafts are 3-times more likely to crash than airline airplanes, early observations indicate that the crash was caused by pilot error. Immediate indications show that the Chapecoense air crash was avoidable. Human factors systematically led to the crash. First the flight crew arrived late at the Bolivian city. The

December 2, 2016       admin       0 comments   | Flight News

Trump and Aircraft Manufacturing

How will Trump’s presidency affect Aircraft Manufacturing? Donald Trump stunned Americans and the World at large with his landslide victory on Tuesday. Most people were relying on the media polls and expected Hillary Clinton to win. So now that the unbelievable has happened, what’s the way forward? Trade and industry were key voting points for the republican demographic. Trump knew this and used them as strong key campaigning objectives. It is rather evident that future policies created by the incoming president will affect global aviation. Trump’s emphasis was and is on returning jobs and industries to America. Looking specifically at aviation, how will this happen. There are many aviation manufacturers

November 11, 2016       admin       0 comments   | Aviation Articles

Air Investigators Probe Malta Airplane Crash

5 Dead in Malta Airplane Crash Officials have confirmed that 5 people died in the Malta Airplane Crash on Monday morning at 7:20am local time.  The aircraft travelling to Libya’s coastal town of Misrata crashed shortly after takeoff from Luqa- Malta’s largest Airport. The airplane burst into flames upon impact. The aircraft registration SA227-AT was a Fairchild Metroliner twin engine turboprop. It was specially configured for surveillance missions. The Metroliner was operated by the Luxemburg-based CAE Aviation on behalf of the French government for missions in Africa. Maltese officials said that the aircraft was carrying French Customs Officials.  The officials were tracking human trafficking across the Mediterranean. The area has

October 25, 2016       admin       0 comments   | Flight News

African Aviation


Counting the Milestones and Miles to go in African Aviation “For once you have traversed the African sky; everything else will always be your second love”. In almost every single conversation I have had with any pilot that has flown the African skies, it all tends to gravitate towards the beauty of Africa. The picturesque landscape never gets tiring to fly over. While the landscape may be a pleasure to cross, there are several challenges that do face the industry. The industry has not enjoyed a good reputation in safety. There was a period when aviation did have a high rate of accidents. This was largely due to older fleets,

October 15, 2016       admin       0 comments   | Aviation Articles

Boeing Co. and Qatar Airways sign big Aircraft Deal

Boeing Co. Lands a Big Aircraft Deal with Qatar Airways The Boeing Co. has signed an $18.6 Billion deal with United Arab Emirates Qatar Airways. The Doha based airline has pledged to purchase 100 Boeing airplanes. The airplanes include 60 Boeing-737 (Max 8) jets, and a combination of 40 Boeing-777s and Boeing 787s. This comes quite soon after Qatar Airway’s CEO Akbar Al Baker made good his threats to reject A-320s from Airbus, which have reportedly had problems with their engines. The company’s purchase of the Boeing 737 will be its first narrow-body jet purchase since 1979. The rivalry and competition for sales seems to be at an all-time high

October 11, 2016       admin       0 comments   | Flight News

Chinese Aviation to become a Global Powerhouse

Chinese Aviation is looking to lead the world in military and civilian aircraft production. With China headed to lead just about every other industry in the world, it seems that aviation will be no exception. The Chinese are now entering into super production mode in the aviation manufacturing industry. Chinese Aviation has been investing in its scientific strength and its diverse workforce. China is only third to the West and Russia. There is already an assorted list of aircraft that are manufactured in China. They manufacture Agricultural, Military, Passenger, and Training aircraft. China has fixed wing, rotary, airships, gliders, and sailplanes in production. Military bombers and fighters have been in

October 5, 2016       admin       0 comments   | Flight News
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