Press Release – Flight Training Manawatu
More and more aspiring pilots are now undertaking their aviation training in New Zealand due to the high calibre tuition and courses available, as well as the lower rates compared to other markets such as the United Kingdom.Flight Training Manawatu – Pilot Training School in New Zealand
More and more aspiring pilots are now undertaking their aviation training in New Zealand due to the high calibre tuition and courses available, as well as the lower rates compared to other markets such as the United Kingdom.
Flight Training Manawatu are reputed to be one of New Zealand’s finest flight training institutions, attracting a wide range of students from across the globe. Providing flight training for pilots of all levels, from beginner to those looking for their CPL (Commercial Pilots License), the school maintains a friendly and professional environment in which to train.
Flight Training Manawatu was established in 1998 and is located approximately 10 minutes north of Palmerston North City. The school is an Associated Aviation Provider for Nelson Malborough Institute of Technology (NMIT), together they provide a full time Diploma in Aviation Science.
The Liaison Officer for the school’s international students is Leanne Rolfe. Leanne is able to assist international students with both enrolment and support through the academic year. For Indian students, Flight Training Manawatu is proud to be associated with Fly Wings International and Captain Sanjay Mandavia. Sanjay has an excellent reputation and has a very successful record of promoting Indian student Flight Training within New Zealand. Flight Training Manawatu operates 7 days a week and has a fleet of 6 Cessna 152’s and 3 Cessna 172’s for training and cross-country flights.
For anyone interested in pursuing a career in aviation in New Zealand, you can visit the Flight Training Manawatu website at www.flightmanawatu.co.nz. For any Indian students looking to train in New Zealand, the best place to get further information about the enrolment process would be to visit the Fly Wings International website at www.flywingsaviation.com.