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Meet Ian Young, new Editor in Chief

Meet Ian Young, Padpilot’s new Editor in Chief.

We’re excited to welcome Ian Young to the Padpilot community. Over the past couple of years Padpilot has been growing rapidly; developing and updating our range of aviation theory books and working with more than 100 excellent partner ATOs and students worldwide. We recently announced our 200,000th book download and we’re currently developing a new ATPL book series for Helicopter pilots.

As we’ve grown, we’ve been looking for just the right person to join the team and help take our ground school resources to the next level. And now we’ve found him!

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We’re hiring

Job Vacancy: Commercial Helicopter Pilot Consultant

Join our creative, pioneering, friendly team. We’re looking for a highly experienced commercial helicopter pilot, with extensive knowledge of advanced helicopter avionics, to help us create the definitive ATPL (H) Instruments book.

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200,000 Celebration Giveaway

This month we hit an exciting milestone. The number of downloads of our digital aviation theory books has now reached over 200,000! And, to celebrate, we are holding our biggest giveaway yet! 

200,000 books equates to a huge number of student pilots who’ve read, watched, memorised, questioned, digested, grappled with and understood the theoretical knowledge syllabus on their way to becoming licensed private or commercial pilots.

We’re proud to be a part of so many pilot training journeys.

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CA Crew Academy

We’d like to introduce our new partner ATO,  CA Crew Academy in Larnaca, Cyprus.

CA Crew Academy offers integrated and modular ATPL(A) programmes with a focus on quality training though small classes and a great instructor to student ratio. The favourable climate offers more than 300 days of VFR training per year.

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