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Record Year for European Flight Academy

Increasing demand for flight deck crews led the European Flight Academy (EFA) to take on 450 flight students last year with more young pilots than ever beginning their ab-initio instruction.

Lufthansa Aviation Training (LAT) bundles all the group’s flight schools in Germany, Switzerland and the US under its European Flight Academy brand. Ola Hansson, managing director of LAT, commented: “Our clear focus in 2018 was on recruiting and preparing new pilots for the Lufthansa Group. Offering the highest quality tutoring to almost 500 flight students was and still is a challenge for us. Thanks to the state-ofthe- art fleets and educational concepts we have developed as well as efficient structures we can look back on a very successful year and are well prepared for the tasks of the future.”

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