Pooling resources to maximize potential
The former CityLine Canadair Simulator and Training (CCST) has been part of Lufthansa Flight Training since 1 July 2010. Lufthansa Flight Training in Berlin has therefore placed a special emphasis on fulfilling the training needs of regional airlines; a fact that was underlined by the addition of three full-flight simulators for the Bombardier Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ-100/-200, CRJ-700 and CRJ-900) to its portfolio.
As of January 1st 2012, Lufthansa Flight Training-CST is the central Type Rating Training Organisation (TRTO) of the entire Lufthansa Flight Training Group. Lufthansa Flight Training has the education authority for simulator training for twelve aircraft types according to D-TRTO 1.007.
The future pilots who are trained at the Lufthansa Flight Training Pilot School in Bremen complete a major part of their practical training in Goodyear/Phoenix. The training center, which is located in the Arizona desert, offers good flying and weather conditions.
Pilot Training Network is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lufthansa Flight Training. It is therefore not only part of the Lufthansa Group, a company that drives and shapes the global aviation market, but can also rely on the experience and expertise of one of the leading providers of flight training worldwide.
In order to continually improve quality at your airline or company, processes have to constantly be reviewed and optimized. Aviation Quality Services GmbH offers you compact quality management seminars for the aviation industry with a high degree of practical orientation.
The former TFC Verwaltungsgesellschaft (TFCV) has been a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lufthansa Flight Training since January 1, 2013, and operates under the new name of CrewAcademy since October 1, 2014.
CrewAcademy focuses on fulfilling the training needs of well-known airlines regarding the SEP training of their cockpit and cabin crews in Berlin, Cologne, Essen, Frankfurt and Munich.
CrewAcademy is a professional provider of training units, placing special emphasis on emergency exercises and safety training sessions that are based on the latest findings from flight operations, and that can be simultaneously aligned with customer-specific processes.