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TAECO Training Centre - Xiamen, CHINA

Postby ninermike » Sat Mar 05, 2011 3:40 pm

Dear all,

This training centre is located at Xiamen - China

I was told that there are more than 25 Malaysians currently undergoing training for their EASA Part 66 licensing programme - recruitment done by Mr Kumar, would really appreciated it, if anybody can share some info here!!

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Re: TAECO Training Centre - Xiamen, CHINA

Postby torx » Sat Mar 05, 2011 4:54 pm

That's news to me! Which Mr. Kumar is this?
Anyone can shed some light on this?
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Re: TAECO Training Centre - Xiamen, CHINA

Postby ninermike » Sat Mar 05, 2011 5:01 pm

Torx,

Got some info about this Mr Kumar, it is Mr Kumar Rajagopal - check this link : http://www.iacpilot.com/about.html

I hope to hear stories from those 25 trainees who went to TAECO - just curios lorrr... he he :p
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Re: TAECO Training Centre - Xiamen, CHINA

Postby torx » Sat Mar 05, 2011 5:37 pm

'Short of local pilots'.. bila punya news nih.. :><.:
Wonder if those guys log in here...
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Re: TAECO Training Centre - Xiamen, CHINA

Postby orang tua » Mon Mar 07, 2011 6:02 pm

got this from newspaper ... ...

For aircraft engineering, there are 147 approved training centres in the world offering EASA Part 66 Cat B Mechanical or Avionics Engineering, including the City of Bristol College, Bristol, UK, Aviation Australia, Queensland, Australia and TAECO Training Centre, Xiamen, China. With approved training and two years related working experience, students can obtain a licence to certify aircraft airworthiness. For commercial pilot training, the approved centres include BASAIR Aviation College, Sydney, Australia and Asian Institute of Aviation, Eba, the Philippines.

torx,

i dont think the guys log onto flylah ... ... they cud hv been in nilai instead if they log in.

it's the power of marketing ... if you think your product is good and you work hard at selling it ... they bound to be takers ... furthermore if i was 18 years old having parents with money .... i might be in China by now.
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Re: TAECO Training Centre - Xiamen, CHINA

Postby torx » Mon Mar 07, 2011 7:34 pm

I strongly agree! :^^:
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Re: TAECO Training Centre - Xiamen, CHINA

Postby hamsterboy » Mon Mar 28, 2011 10:25 pm

They are part 147 organization...They do have EASA course, but dunno whether is AST or UKCAA
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Re: TAECO Training Centre - Xiamen, CHINA

Postby torx » Tue Mar 29, 2011 10:53 pm

No, they're EASA Part 147 approved. Period.
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Re: TAECO Training Centre - Xiamen, CHINA

Postby orang tua » Wed Mar 30, 2011 5:16 pm

torx wrote:No, they're EASA Part 147 approved. Period.


torx,

maybe it should have been ; No, they're EASA Part 147 approved. FULL STOP.
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Re: TAECO Training Centre - Xiamen, CHINA

Postby torx » Wed Mar 30, 2011 5:54 pm

Agreed! :^^:
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