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Auckland
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+64 9 255 5701
+64 21 677 380
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Business Development Manager: John Ogilvie [email protected] +64 9 255 5703 Mob.: +64 21 677 380
The Aviation Institute has campuses in Auckland and Christchurch, New Zealand, its customers are 11,000 Air New Zealanders, the staff of airlines, militaries and MRO’s from Asia, Oceania and the Middle East, and individuals globally wishing to up skill or enter the aviation industry. Our domestic and international customers are able to access the full spectrum of training programmes we provide to Air New Zealand and benefit from the operational industry experience we embed into those programmes.

A typical B2B customer for the Aviation Institute is an airline seeking to address these manpower shortages with one of our ab-initio programmes, or to solve a short-fall in training capacity driven by either a lack of own facilities, or an increase in demand driven by the acquisition of new or additional aircraft fleets. The Aviation Institute has 4 schools, 135 dedicated training staff, and 47,000 student enrolments in the last year.

The Aviation Institute’s School of Flight provides ab-initio flight and bridging training with 5 New Zealand based flying schools, and is a TRTO with ten full flight simulators. Aircraft types catered for are B737-300, B767, B777-200/300, A320 (x2), ATR72-500, ATR72-600, Bombardier Q300, Beech 1900D and B787.

The School of Engineering operates from both Auckland and Christchurch campuses providing apprentice level programmes for domestic and international companies and students. Its EASA approved 2-year maintenance course is popular. Post employment courses are numerous and range from specialist processes to type training for licenced aircraft maintenance engineers.