9 April 2014
TransPac Aviation Academy said that 25 Chinese students have earned their way to become pilots in China and worldwide.
“The students have worked hard to learn in a new country and a foreign language all with the hopes of being among a leaders in flight in their home country of China,” said TransPac Aviation Academy CEO Stephen Goddard. “These students could fly the same route as taken by the unfortunate Malaysian Airlines flight MH 370, so for this class and as always, safety is at the top-of-mind for all TransPac graduates.”
Greg Feith, a former National Transportation Safety Board Lead Investigator, recently audited TransPac´s program for safety and instructional integrity and said, “TransPac is a top-tier facility and provides the best training of it´s kind, anywhere.”
The licenses the graduating students received include PPL Private Pilot License, IR Instrument Rating, CPL Commercial Pilot License, ATP FAA Knowledge Test Endorsement, and the High Performance certificate from TransPac for advanced turbine systems. Students will go on to fly Airbus, Boeing, and Gulfstream, which are used by most domestic airlines in China. The vast majority of students are already sponsored by commercial airlines waiting to hire them when they return with their licenses.
TransPac Aviation Academy offers a variety of programs, including the career, VA, ATP, self-paced and degrees. More information is available at www.transpacacademy.com.
TransPac Aviation Academy graduates concentrate on safety
9 April 2014