Hörsching, Linz – December 2, 2016 – Efficiency, convenience, reliability are the key pillars of GlobeAir ́s strategy which is investing continuously in training and safety.
In 2016 GlobeAir, fulfilling very strict EASA requirements, obtained the certification for Approved Training Organisation (ATO), by the Civil Aviation Authority, which allows the Mustang operator to provide type rating training courses both for pilots and instructors in the C510 category, beside commercial charter and cargo flights in Europe.
This significant achievement allows GlobeAir to guarantee that all its pilots are properly trained, exceeding industry standards, by qualified personnel for the theoretical classes, and experienced instructors end examiners for the flight preparation.
Additionally, for the recruitment of new pilots, GlobeAir partnered together with Sky Services Flight Academy to form Commanders and First Officers through the GlobeAir’s next Generation Pilot Training Program. Selected and monitored by GlobeAir from day one, cadets will embark upon a unique route of training which will take them directly to the role of First Officer on board of C510 aircraft, flying GlobeAir routes across Europe.
When it comes to maintenance, GlobeAir has expanded the OneFourFive maintenance unit, hiring two additional technicians, to ensure greater flexibility and rapid assistance at any moment so that AOGs are promptly tackled. The air taxi operator has added a second mobile repair team in response to the growing fleet. Furthermore, the GlobeAir OneFourFive is the only maintenance facility qualified for hot section inspection (HSI) on the PW615F-A, other than the OEM Pratt & Whitney Canada and StandardAero.
For more information, please visit www.globeair.com or call us on + 43 7221 727 400.