Greek Flight School Announces Partnership with Pilot Training Simulation Solution Provider

Greek pilot training organiastion Flyence Aviation Academy announced a new partnership with Greek simulation solution training provider GreekSimmers.

“GreekSimmers’ support with our A320 simulator will be instrumental in providing our students with the most realistic and comprehensive training possible,” said Flyence Aviation Academy.

Source: Flyence Aviation Academy
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Greek Pilot Training Group Egnatia Aviation Ushers in a New Era with Strategic Leadership Appointments in 2024

In a landmark move that underlines their commitment to leading the aviation industry into a new era, one of Greece’s largest pilot training organisations Egnatia Aviation is pleased to announce the formation of a C-Suite team, a milestone marked by the appointment of two remarkable leaders. In addition to their CEO, CFO, and COO, the academy welcomes George Triantafyllidis as their new Chief Commercial Officer and Anastasia Toulaki as their new Chief Administrative Officer. Their elevation to these key roles marks a significant step in Egnatia’s strategic plan to pioneer the future of aviation education and operations.

George Triantafyllidis: A Visionary in Business Development

With over a decade of experience in business development and facilities management, George Triantafyllidis brings a wealth of expertise and an innovative mindset to his new role as Chief Commercial Officer. George’s journey with Egnatia Aviation has been one of remarkable achievements, from strengthening our sales and marketing departments to spearheading major airline contracts. His ability to combine strategic vision with operational excellence has been instrumental in expanding Egnatia’s training bases and introducing ground-breaking methodologies. George’s commitment to sustainable practices, as evidenced by his specialisation in renewable energy, aligns with the academy’s mission to embrace innovation in every facet of the business.

Anastasia Toulaki: A Strategist with a Global Perspective

Anastasia Toulaki, Egnatia’s newly appointed Chief Administrative Officer, embodies the spirit of leadership and strategic vision. With 13 years of dedicated service at Egnatia Aviation, Anastasia has played a crucial role in shaping our administrative and human resources practices. Her journey from Executive Assistant to CAO, coupled with her previous experience as Station Manager at Aegean Airlines, demonstrates a deep understanding of the aviation industry. Anastasia’s academic background in European Studies & Foreign Languages and ongoing studies in HRM complement her professional achievements, making her an invaluable asset to the team and a beacon for aspiring leaders.

Source: Egnatia Aviation
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India’s Flag Carrier, Air India, Welcomes the First Batch of Air India Fly High Cadet Pilots

Air India, the flag carrier of India, announced it has welcomed the first batch of Air India Fly High Cadet Pilots, who joined on 4th April 2024. The ground training begins mid-April, 2024 at the Air India Training Academy, followed by advanced training at Air India’s flight training partners.

In February 2024 Air India announced its flight training partners which include AeroGuard Flight Training Center and L3Harris Commercial Aviation Solutions.

Source: Air India
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