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IATA (INTERNATIONAL AERO TRANING ACADEMY)

Postby IATA 2010 » Fri Jul 23, 2010 1:03 am

LAND BELOW THE WIND (SABAH) has setting up new flying school.. IATA (international aero training academy).
check this out!
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Re: IATA (INTERNATIONAL AERO TRANING ACADEMY)

Postby m732 » Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:00 pm

Isn't it about time people realize that there is too many flying schools in Malaysia already?

Now here comes flying school No.9.
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Re: IATA (INTERNATIONAL AERO TRANING ACADEMY)

Postby captainlordz » Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:52 pm

the CI is From MFA! ::D:

and they are not expecting for local students, they are aiming for international students and I heard they are doing some kind of deal with the airlines where their students are almost 100% confirmed to be picked up by airlines

and their cost are more expensive than the current rates in preceding FA.
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Re: IATA (INTERNATIONAL AERO TRANING ACADEMY)

Postby kenpaul526 » Fri Jul 23, 2010 6:11 pm

Wow~~~ if 100% pick up by airlines I willing to pay the expensive fee!!
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Re: IATA (INTERNATIONAL AERO TRANING ACADEMY)

Postby captainlordz » Fri Jul 23, 2010 7:34 pm

yes~~ when the airlines want lets say 10 students, then the academy will appoint them with their best 10 for them to monitor. If they are unhappy with any of them, they can change it anytime. great huh? :)
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Re: IATA (INTERNATIONAL AERO TRANING ACADEMY)

Postby SherM » Fri Jul 23, 2010 10:40 pm

What happens to the rest that are not in the 'best' list? They'll just be like any other aspiring pilots in the end. Selling pisang goreng by the roadside with a frozen ATPL?
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Re: IATA (INTERNATIONAL AERO TRANING ACADEMY)

Postby m732 » Sat Jul 24, 2010 8:45 am

Very typical "selling-point" for new start ups.

Think of this, if i'm an established airline, why would i hire new pilots without experience out of a new flying school with no experience at all in training? Speaking about middle eastern airlines, if you guys have checked out the requirements for FO position, no one is gonna hire you with ZERO hrs. Here's a quick glance on the requirements.

Emirates : 4000hrs total.
Qatar : 1500hrs total.
Etihad : 1500hrs total.

I'm just highlighting this as many people have got conned by agents and even some foreign flying schools who promised "jobs" upon graduation. Most if not all are now on the long waiting list for jobs with MAS, Airasia, Firefly, MASWings and other companies.....
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Re: IATA (INTERNATIONAL AERO TRANING ACADEMY)

Postby hakujaya90 » Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:53 am

Ya.....i don't see any difference of this school from other FA.. They just take quarter million rinngit from u n let u figured out ur future on ur own....... :p
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Re: IATA (INTERNATIONAL AERO TRANING ACADEMY)

Postby penyupower » Sun Jul 25, 2010 8:07 pm

Gosh~ 100% picked up by airlines?? Or at least being guaranteed to be monitored??

one of the oldest marketing tricks in the book . . . its time FA gotta think of new marketing techniques. But heck, lets see :cool:
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Re: IATA (INTERNATIONAL AERO TRANING ACADEMY)

Postby V'mark » Mon Jul 26, 2010 12:17 am

so its official .????? Another flying academy...? where its base.?
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