Following hot on the heels of the CAA approval for Stapleford Flight Centre’s modular Air Transport Pilots’ Licence (ATPL) Theoretical Knowledge courses, Stapleford has now been given the go-ahead to run Integrated Pilot Training Courses at the airfield near Romford in Essex.
Head of Training, Colin Dobney said, “This is an important new development for Stapleford, responding to customer demand and enabling us to offer our students a choice in the type of training programme which will best suit their requirements. Unlike some other providers, we offer all our training in the UK and provide student accommodation on the airfield.”
“We will be launching the new full-time integrated course in October, using our brand new Tecnam P2008JC aircraft (pictured) for the initial stage; the PA28 Arrows for the intermediate stage, and subsequently our DA42 aircraft, providing maximum exposure to glass cockpit systems and multi-engine flying. From the outset students will divide their time between flying and theoretical knowledge. The course also includes training for operating multi-crew jet aircraft based on our state of the art ALX simulator.”