BestAviation.net YOUR AVIATION TRAINING GUIDE

Future Flyers

Gauteng, South Africa

About

Future Flyers is an Authorized Training Organization (ATO) of the South African Civil Aviation Authority CAA/0331. The company originated in 2002 and is the only ATO with three branches in South Africa. The head office is situated in Spartan, Kempton Park with a office in Centurion and Tygervalley, Cape Town.

Future Flyers is the leading private ATO in South Africa and provides training for various airlines and private candidates on all criteria as stipulated by the CAA. We are the official ATO for Inter Air South Africa, Eastern Sky Jets in Dubai and co ATO for Mango airline.

All instructors are current qualified Flight Attendants with more than 30 years collective experience and four designated examiners to oversee all training and ensure absolute quality during training.

We are proud to state that we are an ATO that provide Initial candidates with all the necessary criteria to become a Flight Attendant and to assist current license holders with the regulated annual training to validate their licenses.

All training manuals, training syllabus and lesson plans are CAA approved with up to date training methods and equipment which in return ensure a high employment success rate at various airlines for students.

Future Flyers is TETA accredited and a registered level 4 BEE company.

Future Flyers is accredited to conduct the following training:

  • Safety Emergency Procedures
  • Aviation Medicine with Automatic External Defibrillator (AED)
  • Dangerous Goods
  • Ditching
  • Fire Fighting
  • Slide Jumps (Evacuation)
  • Aircraft Specific for: Boeing 727-100 & 200, Boeing 737-200, B737-800, DC-9, Convair, Embraer 120
  • Pilot SEPT
  • CRM
  • Train the Trainer instructors course

Aviation Training Facilities

Categories
  • Flight Attendant Courses

Reviews

Write a Review

Future Flyers has not yet been reviewed.

Future Flyers 52 Malcolm Moodie CrecsentNorthlake Industrial Park, Unit 5, Jet Park Gauteng 1459 South Africa