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Directory: Training


Farnborough College of Technology

At Farnborough College of Technology, we are known for our work-focused qualifications, dynamic training facilities, and industry-experienced teachers. We offer a range of courses for both School Leavers and Adults, which include:

A Levels



Degrees and Higher Education

Part-time and Professional Courses

Technical and Vocational Courses

T Levels

Our two modern campuses feature many industry-standard facilities, which reflect the workplace environment to provide students with hands-on skills and experiences.


Created in 1981, the company's primary objective is to provide an air link, by public transport, between the mainland and the island of Ouessant to ensure territorial continuity. Since March 2020, it has joined the W3 Group and will operate from September 2020 a regular Brest - Nantes line. It serves on demand from Brest the Breton and Channel Islands, Ile d'Yeu, Quiberon, La Rochelle, Cherbourg, and many other destinations.

Flight Crew Training Sweden AB

Flight Crew Training Sweden AB:s training organization are approved in accordance with JAR FCL-1 and JAR FCL-2.

Some typerating courses are approved and recognized by Russian CAA for training of pilots holding Russian licences.
All our instructors are meeting the standards set out in JAR FCL, JAR-OPS and EU-OPS.

We also assist company and individuals with skilltests and proficiency checks at the types we have in our approvals.

FlightPath International

Founded in 2003, FlightPath International is a leading provider of training and operational support services for the commercial airline industry worldwide. FlightPath offers Technical, Pilot, Multi-Crew Pilot Licensing, Cabin and Dispatcher training, with aircraft types that include Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer, servicing 150 operators in 60 countries. An exclusive OEM agreement was extended with the third largest aircraft manufacturer, Bombardier Aerospace, delivering factory training on the CRJ Series and its business jet variants.

FLM Aviation Maintenance KG

Our maintenance company FLM Aviation Maintenance KG is located at Kiel-Holtenau Airport (EDHK). We are an EASA-certified maintenance organization and are licensed to service aircraft up to 5.7 tons (Cessna 404, Cessna 421) as well as single and twin-engine aircraft with piston drives in metal construction. You can view our certificate of approval on the link below. 

FMG-Flight Training

Founded in 1991, we are nowregistered with the Federal Aviation Office (LBA) as an approved Approved Training Organization (ATO) with the approval number DE.ATO 1.047. In 1998 we also registered ourselves as a trademark protected by patent at the patent office in Munich .

Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology & Advanced Materials

The Fraunhofer IFAM is one of the most important research institutions in Europe for adhesive bonding technology, surfaces, shaping and functional materials. At our institute’s five locations – Bremen, Dresden, Oldenburg, Stade and Wolfsburg – we put our central principles into practice: scientific excellence, a focus on the application of technology, measurable utility for customers and ensuring the highest quality.

Fuchs Helicopter

The company was founded with it's own heliport, for takeoffs and landings, in 1974 by Robert Fuchs - Bamert.

Through of the aviation activity of Robert Fuchs and his passion for flying, the flying flair was passed on to the daughter Lisa Stokmaier-Fuchs.

Fuchs Helikopter, developed a special gyrostabilized video camera and fitted to a helicopter. Back in 1995 it revolutionized the aerial photography in Europe.

George Washington University

Since our capital city’s first days, people have traveled here for many reasons. They come to explore the past and to chart new futures. They come to ask questions and to seek expert answers. They come to start discourse and to remember in silence. They come to demand change and to be that change. They come to grow. They come to learn. They come to make history and join the ranks alongside many prominent GW alumni.