ENAC and ATR announced the launch of a pilot training program in partnership with ENAC, from ab initio to ATR Type Rating. This approximately 24-month program will recruit cadet pilots and offer a syllabus in compliance with the EASA regulations (European Aviation Safety Agency).
ENAC and ATR launch Integrated Cadet Pilot Program
Worldwide growth in air traffic
With the worldwide growth in air traffic expected over the next twenty years, there is a need to recruit a large number of qualified and competent personnel to ensure the effective and safe development of air transport.
By creating new synergies between initial and advanced training, ATR and ENAC will more effectively meet the market transformation needs, especially in rapidly growing areas.
This new offer is intended for long-standing ATR operators looking for a comprehensive solution and new emerging operators in search of qualified pilots.
Since the signing of a memorandum of understanding in June 2015, ENAC and ATR have developed and are planning to market several joint offers, such as modular training courses to prepare pilots for ATR Type Rating.
Heart of our ambition
Philippe Crébassa, Deputy Director of ENAC, explains that
“this new initiative is at the heart of our ambition. ENAC, the top aviation school in Europe, supports French companies in their international expansion. With ATR, we will deploy together new tools in order to better train pilots and accompany the growth of air traffic.”
Best-in-class training for ATR pilots
Christian Commissaire, Director of ATR Training Center, said,
“This partnership with ENAC allows us to offer comprehensive, best-in-class training for ATR pilots. We are partnering with a global expert to meet the development needs of our customers who often struggle to recruit.”