Diamond Flight Academy, based in Sweden and specialising in modular CPL, ME and IR courses, has become the 18th and most recent member school to join the Wings Alliance.
Alex Whittingham, Chairman of the Wings Alliance said, “Diamond Flight Academy comes with an excellent reputation and is committed to the general aims of the Alliance to offer high quality, affordable flight training.”
Henrik Johansson, CEO of Diamond Flight Academy said, “We are very pleased to have been accepted by the Wings Alliance, it is an endorsement of the quality of training we offer and a reflection of customer satisfaction. We look forward to working closely with the other members.”
The Wings Alliance is an association of modular schools that offers a connected training route from ab-initio to airline placement. The first Wings Alliance graduates are now flying with FlyBe, Thomas Cook and Stobart.
Michael Windsor, a pilot who completed his training at Wings Alliance schools, enrolled on the Wings Alliance Airline Pilot Certificate (APC) course. He said, “One of the most positive aspects of the Wings Alliance team is their passion for an individual student to succeed. They get to know you as a person and I found they were incredibly helpful and supportive throughout my training. I had been through numerous interviews and selections before I successfully joined and got a placement with the Wings Alliance APC.” Michael has recently been placed with Flybe, and is awaiting a start date from the airline’s training department.
Wings Alliance will be at Pilot Careers Live at the Sofitel Hotel in Heathrow on Saturday 5 November. More information and tickets at pilotcareernews.com/live/ or visit the Wings Alliance website www.wingsalliance.eu or email email@example.com.