Changing Pilot Careers Live London from a one-day event to two, because of the sheer numbers of visitors, worked at this year’s show on 2-3 November.
The total number of visitors over the two days was a healthy 2,667, split into 937 on the Friday, and 1,730 on the Saturday.
It was a packed show in every way with a total of 49 exhibitors, some for the first time. Canadian Approved Training Organisation (ATO) Montair, expressed delight at how busy they were and also at the numbers of women at the show interested in a career as a commercial pilot.
Also new to the show was Skyborne Airline Academy, which has just opened at Gloucestershire Airport, while the Wings Alliance took the opportunity to launch its new £59,000 full-time modular ATPL course.
Many took to social media to express their thoughts about Pilot Careers Live London. Here’s a selection:
— Wildern Careers (@WildernCareers) November 6, 2018
— Cardiff Aviation (@CardiffAviation) November 3, 2018
— Airways Aviation (@AirwaysAviation) November 4, 2018
What a great first day at @pilotcareerlive at Heathrow! It’s been fantastic speaking with so many aspiring pilots!
The show is back on tomorrow, so if you’re coming, we can’t wait to see you. If you can’t make it or have any questions, contact our pilot careers advice team! pic.twitter.com/ZhrgALTvsP
— L3 Airline Academy (@L3_Academy) November 2, 2018
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