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Posted by asma khan on October 20, 2020 at 10:37am 0 Comments

MacTel- Home Phone Services in Canada

Posted by Levi Ezra on October 20, 2020 at 10:37am 0 Comments

Do you start counting minutes after saying Hello with a traditional landline? It's time to upgrade your phone service with MacTel Home Phone. 


Let's start with VoIP; it's an acronym for Voice Over Internet Protocol. The changing time has decreased the usage of landline phones and replaced with VoIP, which ultimately increases the popularity of VoIP service providers. MacTel is a renowned…


Global Luxury Jewellery MarketSize, Share, Development and Forecast Overview forecast year 2020

Posted by wisguy on October 20, 2020 at 10:36am 0 Comments

A new market study, titled “ Global Luxury Jewellery Market Research Report 2015-2027 of Major Types, Applications and Competit…October 20, 2020

The Global market for Luxury Jewellery is estimated to grow at a CAGR of roughly X.X% in the next 8 years, and will reach USD X.X million in 2027, from USD X.X million in 2020.

Aimed to provide most segmented consumption and sales data of different types of Luxury Jewellery, downstream consumption fields and competitive landscape in…

Continue Aviapro offers to Pilots, Cabin crew and Aviation Specialists one of the industry’s most advanced and comprehensive training programs and aviation related courses.
MCC Training
Multi Crew Co-operation (MCC) course is the last course you need to take as part of your ATPL training and prepares you for Type Rating training. Our MCC training is integrated into the Type Rating Programs, so completing the MCC with us you get some additional simulator hours, e.g. on A320, ATR42/72 etc. Compared to the MCC on a multi piston engine our MCC is a mini Type Rating on a real airliner. You will feel the real airline transport pilot world. Our MCC course is a perfect airline screening preparation.
Training Location
Theoretical training may be performed either in Aviapro base in Athens, or in one of the collaborating Simulator Centers, upon request. Practical training is performed in one of the collaborating Simulator Training Centers.
Our Examiners are experienced in handling all EASA Licenses. We will carry out the LPC in accordance with your needs, whether it is a revalidation or renewal. Revalidations are based upon a proficiency check in accordance with Appendix 9 to Part-FCL on the relevant aircraft type. If a type rating has expired, we will evaluate the required refresher training necessary, as regulated by EASA Part FCL to reach the level of proficiency necessary to safely operate the aircraft. Should refresher training be required, a personalised refresher program will be set up safeguarding not only the quality of training, but also avoiding unnecessary cost for the pilot. The refresher training is concluded by a renewal proficiency check in accordance with Appendix 9 to Part FCL.
Training Location
Theoretical training may be performed either in Aviapro base in Athens or in one of the collaborating Simulators Centers, upon request. Practical training performed in one of the collaborating Simulator Training Center.
Train the Trainer (SFI/TRI)
The teaching and Learning course for SFI/TRIs is naturally in full compliance with EASA requirements. The SFI/TRI course is designed to develop course participants' competencies as instructor with focus on the learning process of teaching and feedback techniques in classroom and simulator. We create a realistic training environment that enables participants to develop their own facilitation skills and we simultaneously take into account pilots with various learning styles and from different cultures and backgrounds. The aim is to provide the best possible conditions for training future instructors on the respective aircraft type. In addition to subject - specific topics and issues relating to knowledge transfer, will be focused on and explained such as teaching, personality, communication, feedback and evaluation.
At least 30 route sectors completed within the last 12 months preceding the application, to include take-offs and landings as Pilot in Command or Co-Pilot on the applicable aircraft type he will instruct, of which not more than 15 sectors may be completed in a Full Flight Simulator.
Professional pilot license issued by an EASA Member State or a non EASA license acceptable by the Authority.
Minimum 1500 hours on multi - pilot aeroplanes.
Successfully completed Type Rating course.

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