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At AFTA we provide a precision approach to meet all your pilot training needs.

Established in 1995 our experienced team are dedicated to helping you learn the skills, acquire the knowledge and build the confidence required to land your dream job.

Join AFTA and like our 2,000 graduates, you could also be employed with the world’s leading airlines including Ryanair, Stobart Air, Aer Lingus, easyJet, British Airways, Air Astana, Turkish Airlines, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways and Cathay Pacific.

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24

Girls in Aviation Panel Interview and Pilot Training Seminar Cork

Cork
Oct
13

AFTA Future Female Pilots Webinar

Nov
06

AFTA – Pilot Careers Live London

London

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STUDENT BLOG PART 10 – BEATRICE SECCHI – RYANAIR MENTORED PROGRAMME

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Hello everyone! 😁 Finally I completed my Multi Engine Instrument Rating. 🤩 I finished my MEIR flights on the DA42 and I passed my exam. Like the other flight tests it is made of two parts, the ground one and the flight. For the ground part you will have to plan an IFR flight to […]

STUDENT BLOG PART 9 – BEATRICE SECCHI – RYANAIR MENTORED PROGRAMME

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Ciao a tutti! 😊 After my last blog I started to fly on the twin! Amazing ! I think this part of the training is quite intense and the standard required is higher but it is sooo much fun! First, I did my Multi Engine rating lessons, which consisted of four flights and one sim […]

Noémie’s Flying Tour of France – Blog 1

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Hello, My name is Noémie, I am 20. I started my pilot training in 2016 and came to AFTA in 2019 to do my ATPLs. My passion start during my childhood with my parents. My granfather and my dad worked in aeronautics so it’s was evident that I should become a pilot. My trip is […]

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