flying school

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Noun1.flying school - a school for teaching students to fly airplanes
school - an educational institution; "the school was founded in 1900"
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Cobham Helicopter Services Vice President, Duncan Milne said, After over 20 years of successfully supporting aircrew flying training at the UK MoDs Defence Helicopter Flying School, the arrival of the China Rescue and Salvage students at our own Helicopter Academy is a great moment that marks a new chapter for the delivery by Cobham of aircrew flying training.
The Cessna 152 plane, registration number 5Y-BXP, belongs to 99 Flying School and is used for training.
The explanatory note said the improvement of the airport will be in preparation for the feeder of the Panglao Airport in Bohol and the Mactan-Cebu International Airport, flying school hub in the Central Visayas in the near future and even commercial flights.
The PAF Flying School is perhaps the best known, considering that it provides the pilots who man the air assets of the organization including the recently acquired fighter jets, the FA-50 from South Korea.
As a result of the deal, the firm now has a fleet of 30 aircraft and helicopters across the North, and 50 staff, of whom 10 are based at Durham and 15 at the Newcastle training facility, called Northumbria Flying School.
The fictional hero pilot mastered a biplane in just two hours - but these flying school cadets didn't fare so well.
The minister also informed that 19 cases related to obtaining pilot licences by producing fake documents by trainee pilots were found by Chief Flying Instructor of Rajasthan Flying School of Jaipur and 17 cases were found in which pilot have obtained licences on the basis of fake Central Examination Office (CEO) marksheet.
Northumbria Flying School, based at Newcastle airport, offers a range of packages.
30pm Skilled pilot Maverick (Tom Cruise) is sent to an elite naval flying school with his co-pilot Goose, after managing to get a spooked pilot down from the skies on almost no fuel.
The opening day of an inquest heard how John Green, 50, an experienced pilot with Flintshire Flying School, and his student Karl Hendrickson, 43, from Mold, died when their Piper PA-38-112 Tomahawk plummeted to the ground.
The submission, on the day the consultation closed in March, prompted alarm at South Warwickshire Flying School, which has been training pilots at the airfield since 1982.
Red noses all | round for TV presenter Paul Frost (left) with Cleveland Flying School instructors Dave Edward and Ken Large who taught Paul to fly.