Exeter UK-based Flybe Aviation Services’ technical training team, as an approved EASA Part 147 organisation for the delivery of theoretical and practical training to support Embraer and Bombardier regional aircraft types, has achieved compliance with the latest standards defined in Commission Regulation (EU) 1149/2011, as recognised by the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
This allows the Flybe technical team to deliver to the latest standards as defined in Commission Regulation (EU) 1149/2011 theoretical and practical training programmes worldwide on Embraer 190/170 and 135/145, and the Bombardier Q400 and CRJ 100/200 and 700/900/1000 types of aircraft.
Head of Technical Training, Graham Noon, states: “Flybe is one of the few training suppliers in the UK to have obtained the CAAs latest approval standard for our practical training. This is fantastic news for us as a business and for customers wanting a fully approved training certification. It is testament to the team here, which has worked incredibly hard to successfully obtain the certification and proves our commitment to continually deliver high quality practical training to our customers in the UK, Europe and beyond.”
The Flybe Technical Training team has a full array of theoretical and practical programmes being delivered on Embraer 190/170, 145, Bombardier Q400 and CRJ 100/200 and 700/900/1000, BAe 146 and ATR 42-400/500/72-212A series. EASA approved courses available include the B1, B2 and B1/B2 combined theoretical and practical programmes.