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Kiwi flight school sees Asian growth

written by australianaviation.com.au | November 25, 2011
New Zealand based CTC Aviation Hamilton has landed a pilot training contract with Royal Brunei Airlines.

New Zealand based CTC Aviation Hamilton has landed a long term pilot training contract with Royal Brunei Airlines.

The agreement follows deals with British Airways and Monarch Airlines in recent months, CTC says.

CEO Captain Ian Calvery said business was growing on the back of increasing global demand for qualified pilots.

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“If ever there was a time for young men and women to consider a career as an airline pilot it is now,” Calvert said in a statement.

CTC says company representatives have spent “considerable time” in recent weeks traveling in China and India where they see further opportunities for growth.

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