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Simtech Aviation of Dublin is to deliver a 40-hour Airline Jet Transition for pilots on the BestPilot training programme run by Kura Aviation of Stratford-upon-Avon, UK.

Together, Simtech and Kura will provide enhanced training and airline preparation courses to transition pilots from single to multi-crew environments, and prepare them for type and line training.

“We are delighted to announce our exclusive partnership with Simtech Aviation,” said Isobel Hall, KURA Aviation CEO.

“Our goal is to ensure that our BestPilot programme continues to set industry standards and support both Modular and Integrated trained pilots into employment.

“Simtech Aviation’s highly experienced, EASA approved instructors and training facility will guarantee they are airline ready and best placed to secure positions with the world’s leading airlines.”

Captain Se Pardy, co-founder of Simtech Aviation, said, “Simtech Aviation is delighted to have been chosen by Kura as its exclusive provider of their simulator based training.”

Simtech Aviation‘s training facility is located next to Dublin Airport and houses multiple flight simulators including their brand new MPS B737-800 (pictured).

Meet Kura Aviation at Pilot Careers Live North this Saturday in Manchester. More details here.