PRLog - Sep. 22, 2011 - ORMOND BEACH, Fla. -- Bangkok, Thailand. Sunrise Aviation attended the Asian Pacific Airline Training Symposium (APATS) held in Bangkok, Thailand from September 20-21, 2011. Among the themes of APATS 2011 were global challenges for airline pilot training, innovative approaches to training future pilots, pilot selection tools, and techniques for teaching aviation English. Patrick Murphy, Director of Training, attended APATS 2011 for Sunrise Aviation.
APATS 2011 Bangkok, Thailand
Major presenters at the APATS 2011 conference included representatives from airlines in Asia, major simulator manufacturers, aircraft manufacturers, and government regulators. Exhibitors also included small aircraft manufacturers, training organizations worldwide, a wide variety of simulator manufacturers, software and training material vendors, and universities.
Sunrise Aviation has attended several of these events organized by Halldale Media and held in Asia and Europe. Halldale Media is also the sponsor of the World Airline Training Symposium (WATS) held in Orlando, Florida annually.
Sunrise Aviation has trained pilots from around the world since 1983. Sunrise Aviation, a leading provider of pilot training in Florida and the USA, has recently trained students from India, Tunisia, Nigeria, Uganda, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, Canada, Great Britain, Bahamas, Belize, Brazil, Ecuador, Jamaica, Spain, Turkey. Over the past 10 years, Sunrise Aviation has trained pilots from over 50 countries including cadets from Asia, Africa, Europe, South America, Central American, the Middle East, and the Caribbean countries.
Sunrise Aviation is based in Ormond Beach, Florida where they have over 40 aircraft. They provide training for the following ratings and licenses: private pilot, instrument rating, commercial pilot, multi-engine rating, flight instructor, and even airline transport pilot. Rated pilots worldwide also enroll at Sunrise Aviation in order to time-build in one of the aircraft in Sunrise Aviation’s large fleet. Sunrise Aviation is approved by the USA Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as a Pilot School under Part 141 of the Federal Aviation Regulations and approved by US Homeland Security (SEVIS) to enroll students from around the world under the M-1 student visa.
In a new partnership with Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ), Sunrise Aviation can now offer 2 year and 4 year college degrees along with pilot training.
Prospective students can reach Sunrise Aviation in the following ways:
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Flight training for professional pilots. Private pilot, commercial pilot, instrument rating, multi-engine rating and flight instructor. Aircraft rental. Full-service FBO with fuel and maintenance available.