Flight Training Management Software Welcomes 3rd Flight School Partner in New Zealand

30th Mar 2022

Several flight training organizations in Australia and New Zealand have switched to FlightLogger’s flight training management platform in the last couple of months. Now FlightLogger is set to become a household name among aviators in Christchurch, as the International Aviation Academy of New Zealand goes live as the 3rd partner in New Zealand.

“We have been following the development of FlightLogger for some years, but until recently we leaned towards a more local software solution thinking it would gain us greater customizability to our needs. But after a recent review we were impressed with Flightlogger’s commitment to ongoing development, and the professionalism of their team. We re-evaluated and Flightlogger has turned out to fit our needs surprisingly well”, says IAANZ Training Manager Damien Roddis.

One of the things on IAANZ’s wish list for their new flight school management platform was a preflight acknowledgement and authorization, and by coincidence that was exactly what FlightLogger recently added to their feature set. Another important feature was the option of competency-based training framework, which is now available through the FlightLogger CBTA Pro version.

Source: Texts excerpted from FlightLogger Press Release

For more information, kindly contact FlightLogger.

You may also check our Terms and Conditions for our Content Policy.

Check out the more than 3649 relevant pilot training industry updates here.

BACK

Other Updates

Australian Simulator Training Center is Looking to Hire a Simulator…

Asia Pacific | 07th Dec 22

Oman’s First Approved Flight School is Now Hiring for a…

Middle East | 07th Dec 22

Saudi Flight School, OxfordSaudia Flight Academy, is Looking to Hire…

Middle East | 07th Dec 22

Global Commercial Aircraft Lessor Purchases One A350-900 on Lease to…

Far East & China | 07th Dec 22

Pilot Training Industry Market Intelligence straight to your Inbox!

Subscribe to AFM’s Newsletter and stay up to date with what is happening in the Pilot Training Industry.