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Kura Aviation Places 100th Pilot

Kura Aviation, based in  Stratford-upon-Avon has announced that they will soon have placed their 100th pilot into airlines. As a specialist MCC and JOC provider, Kura Aviation C.I.C aims to achieve the high standards in new flight crew that airlines look for to fill the right hand seat in a modern jet transport aircraft. Bridging […]

Girls in Aviation at ACS Flight Training

ACS Flight Training, Perth, continues to encourage females into aviation and has announced an event to celebrate and promote those who are looking to start their flying training. Graeme Frater, Managing Director of ACS Flight Training says; “As part of our drive to encourage more females into flying, we have appointed our first female board […]

What level of ATC do you want when learning to fly?

When learning to fly, you may well find yourself operating out of various sizes of airfield or airport, from small grass strips in the countryside to international airports bordering busy cities. These airports will have different levels of Air Traffic Control (ATC), so is one better than the other? Both have their advantages and disadvantages, […]

Cambridge Aero Club Extends Flying Hours

Today Cambridge Aero Club has announced an extension to it’s flying hours, allowing another flying slot in their working day. This new slot operates between 18:00 – 20:00, subject to instructor availability. Perfect for that after work flight? Cambridge Aero Club can be found at Cambridge Airport, just off Newmarket Road. It operates a fleet […]

Flightory Launches!

First off, thank you for visiting Flightory! This website has been put together over the last 18 months to try and make the choices of would-be pilots easier in finding a flight school, or to help qualified pilots find new courses to expand their flying skill set. On this website you will find almost all […]