Serbia Based Aviation Academy Belgrade Selects Flight School Management Software Provider
Aviation Academy Belgrade chooses FlightLogger as their trusted partner and becomes Flightlogger’s first client in Serbia. Founded in 2021, the company is paving the way for aviation training by meeting the growing market needs for skilled pilots and providing top-notch training. As part of their mission, they want ’’ to educate a new generation of young people in the coming years who have one common feature – love for aviation’’. Going digital with FlightLogger’s online cloud-based training and management system instead of the old paper-based approach was a pivotal moment.
“Working with FlightLogger has been an incredible experience for us at Aviation Academy. The platform has exceeded our expectations in terms of functionality and ease of use. With just a few clicks, we can track and manage student training records, flight times, class theory, certificates, and more. The offline registration feature was particularly impressive, allowing our pilots to update their progress from the cockpit quickly. FlightLogger’s team was incredibly helpful and responsive, providing excellent support throughout our transition to their platform. We highly recommend FlightLogger to any aviation training organization looking for a comprehensive and reliable training and management system’’ shared Aviation Academy Belgrade.
About Aviation Academy Belgrade
Aviation Academy is an educational institution located in Serbia that offers high-quality education and training in the field of aviation. The institution has a long history, with its roots dating back to 1922. In 2010, the education of personnel for professional military NCO service in units of Air Force and Serbian Army Air Defense was reestablished, and in 2021, the Aviation Academy in Vršac merged with the Aviation Academy in Belgrade, becoming an integral part of the Serbian educational system.
The Aviation Academy Training Centre in Belgrade is comprised of a Secondary School, College, Pilot Training Centre (SRB/ATO-006, in the process of), Maintenance Training Organization (EASA.147.0041), and Ground Handling Training Organization. Additionally, the institution has an English language proficiency assessment body and an aircraft maintenance organization (EASA.145.0298). Over the years, it has grown and expanded its programs to include various fields related to aviation. These programs enable the graduates to gain the necessary knowledge and skills to successfully complete all aviation-related tasks and obtain licenses in compliance with EASA regulations. The programs include Air traffic, which prepares students to obtain ATPL (Airline Transport Pilot License) and ATCO (Air Traffic Control) Licenses. Aeronautical engineering provides the necessary knowledge and skills to complete all aviation-engineering-related tasks and obtain licenses B1.1, B1.2, B1.3, B1.4 and B2 in compliance with EASA.
The Pilot Training Organization School is located at the international airport Vršac with a separate ATC unit, and its fleet includes 8 Cessnas C172 (glass cockpit with G1000), 7 Cessnas C172, 1 Diamond DA42, and 1 FNPT II MCC Alsim (Generic multi-engine piston and jet), all of which are EASA certified.
Aviation Academy offers various courses approved by the EASA, including PPL(A)(H), ATPL (A)(H), CPL(A)(H), Instrument Rating (Single engine course/multi-engine course), Instrument Rating course, Flight Instructor course, class rating (SEP/MEP), Night Rating Course, Instrument Rating Instructor Course, and Multi-Crew Co-operation Course.
The focus of Aviation Academy is to provide high-quality education that meets the needs of both students and the industry. The institution has a team of experienced educators and industry experts who work together to ensure that students receive the best possible education and training. Aviation Academy is committed to promoting the values of professionalism, innovation, and excellence in education, helping students achieve their goals and start a successful career in aviation.
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