European Flyers signed a collaboration agreement with Avion Express that favors the incorporation of its students in the working field

Fecha de publicación: 05/12/2023
Fecha de modificación: 12/01/2024

  • This agreement is another addition to other alliances European Flyers has with Avincis or Puy du Fou, among others.
  • European Flyers has been the only flight school in Madrid selected to participate in the Lithuanian airline’s roadshow that was recently held in Madrid.
  • 25 European Flyers students attended the roadshow held by the Lithuanian company.

European Flyers, a leading flight training school in Spain, has recently signed a collaboration agreement with Avion Express, the largest Lithuanian carrier, to facilitate the incorporation of its students into the job market. Avion Express is responding to the constantly growing global demand for the services of Italian manufacturer ACMI, being amongst their current clients along with British Airways, Air Baltic, Air Malta, Pegasus, Eurowings, etc.

Additionally, European Flyers has been selected by the Lithuanian airline as the only flight school to participate in the roadshow held in the Crowne Plaza Madrid Airport hotel recently. Avion Express presented and explained how their airline operates and their future expansion plans, including the welcoming of new aircraft, pilot recruitment, application, and selection process, among other topics. The carrier currently has a fleet of 50 A320 aircraft and 400 pilots, although it is expected that by the year 2024, that number will rise to 60 airplanes, and later to 100 by 2027.

Twenty-five European Flyers students attended the act and underwent the selection process for the airline. Five of the pilots mentioned will be selected to join the company.

Much more than a pilot school

“The aviation sector is currently under significant growth, and the airlines demand more and more pilots. An agreement with a commercial airline such as the one with Avion Express favors the employability of our students and consolidates the leading role of European Flyers in the training sector of the aviation industry.” As stated by Luis Miñano Gómez, the general director of European Flyers.