Student pilots to train at Hamilton

Last updated 05:00 13/12/2012

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Hamilton-based airline pilot training school CTC Aviation has been approved to train aspiring pilots from Hong Kong.

The training college has signed a contract with the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department (HKCAD) that allows the college to train candidates from Hong Kong seeking their commercial pilot licences.

CTC is the only airline pilot training organisation in New Zealand - and only the second outside of Hong Kong - to be given approval to conduct Hong Kong Airline Transport Pilot Licence exams.

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