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Flying Training
 
 

     The flying training in IFA consists of 3 parts in accordance with the relevant regulation made by CAAC and SACAA.
     The first part is PPL training which will be issued to the student pilots after they have already finished training and will allow the student to fly the aircrafts solely.
     The second part is CPL training which will require the trainees to have already had the PPL and will qualify the students to be able to establish a career within the commercial aviation industry.
     The last but not least is IFR training through which the students will be trained how to use the instruments in bad weather condition and the normal VFR operation can not work. This is an important and critical step towards a commercial aviation career as not all flying is conducted in visual conditions so being able to accurately fly with reference solely to the instruments is essential.
     IFA will also provide PPL and CPL helicopter training. Upon completion of such training, some of the best of the best pilots will be contracted by IFA as our own helicopter instructors or will be recruited by other commercial aviation industry.
     Besides all the flying training above, IFA will also provide theoretical training for student pilots after which the students will be able to be recruited by airline companies and become professional airline pilots.

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Schedule Points
 
  • January of 2009: Mr Wuqing Xian, vice president of NUAA, visited AVIC Intl for cooperation establishment in the possible fields.

    June of 2009: Three Partners signed the “Investment Framework Agreement” based upon practice study.

    July of 2009: NUAA and AVIC Intl formed a delegation to visit Cape Flying Services.

    November of 2009: Three shareholders signed the “Joint Venture Agreement” and “The Articles of Joint Venture Company”.

    December of 2009: JVC submitted the establishment application to CAAC for approval.

    February of 2010: JVC signed “training contract” with the 15 selected pilot instructor students and sent them to CFS for a 12-month flying training.

    April of 2010: The registered name as NUAA International Flying Academy was approved by the Industrial and Commercial Administration of NanJing.

    May of 2010: NUAA International Flying Academy got the official approval from CAAC regarding establishment.

    July of 2010: NUAA International Flying Academy got the “Business Certificate” from Industrial and Commercial Administration of Nanjing.

Airport Conditions

IATA: GRJ – ICAO: FAGG

Airport type

Public

Operator

Airports Company South Africa

Serves

George, South Africa

Elevation AMSL

195 m / 639 ft

Coordinates

34°00′24″S 22°22′51″E34.00667°S 22.38083°E

Direction

Length

Surface

m

ft

11/29

2,000

6,561

Asphalt


 
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