U.S. Aviation Training Solutions has announced the launch of their Global Airline Academy (GAA) and its first full time FAA ATPL course commencing November 4
Operating from Space Coast Regional Airport in Titusville Florida, GAA is operating a fleet of C172 and DA42 technically advanced aircraft out of their state-of-the-art training facility.
‘This represents a culmination of decades of experience that has now been fine-tuned and specialized to prepare for the next generation of airline pilots’ says Nigel Orme, GAA Managing Director. ‘With a current global pilot shortage and the need for specialized airline training, GAA has been specifically designed to move away from ‘mass volume’ type flight schools and offer individualized focus and attention to the individual student pilot.’
‘With a diverse and experienced team of flight instructors, FAA/EASA approvals, new aircraft and modern classrooms/facilities we have put the professional student pilot at the heart of everything we do’ says Kevin Luby, President of USATS. ‘There is a high expectation on professional pilots globally in today’s market and at USATS-GAA, we have ensured the very high calibre of training we are delivering is aligned with the values and expectations of airlines around the world.’
GAA will be running four full time courses per year with the first course due to start November 4, 2019 along with other Airline Cadet programs and additional advanced flying courses.