Airways Aviation is looking for an ATO and Training Manager for its base in France

Airways Aviation ESMA is looking for an ATO and Training Manager as well as experienced Flight Instructors for its location in Montpellier France. With more than 30 years of flight training experience, Airways Aviation is globally positioned to respond to the demand for outstanding pilot training and airline resourcing requirements.

It provides international airlines with access to exceptional crew. Its graduates have completed a rigorous training process, created in consultation with the industry, which develops the complete range of technical knowledge, skills and competencies. They are industry-ready and fully prepared for type training and the demands of operating an airliner.

A number of different positions are open, and Airways Aviation are particularly looking for FI’s who have previously covered any EASA ATO management position or with other kind of managerial experiences.

For all positions a good knowledge of the English language is essential (minimum level 5 for FIs) and basic knowledge of French language is a preferential title.

Any experience in Distance Learning, Blended Learning and multimedia training devices is also considered a preferential title.

  1. FI EASA Qualification with No restrictions
  2. English language is essential (minimum level 5 for FIs)
  3. French is preferred
For more information, kindly contact or check out the job post by Airways Aviation.

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