Air Services Flight School poised for intake of regional trainees

- once extension gets green light

As far as Annette Arjoon-Martins is concerned, Air Services Limited’s Flight Training School at Ogle is much more than a subsidiary of one of the most successful entities in the local aviation sector. It is, she believes, an important national institution. The woman whom, as the flight school’s Chief Executive Officer, has responsibility for ensuring the delivery of the syllabi that comprise four courses – Private Pilot’s Licence, Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot Licence and Multi-Engine Rating – parades the school’s considerable achievements to make her point.

In April this year, the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority–approved  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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