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DRONAMICS partners with FlightSafety International on an advanced training programme

DRONAMICS partners with FlightSafety International on an advanced training programme
DRONAMICS partners with FlightSafety International on an advanced training programme
<p><strong>DRONAMICS, the leading middle-mile cargo drone developer and operator, today announced it is partnering with FlightSafety International on an advanced training programme for its remote pilots and engineers. FlightSafety International is the leading training provider for pilots and maintenance technicians with over 70 years of experience. Its training programs are approved by the EASA, FAA and many other aviation regulatory authorities. The ongoing partnership will ensure the growing pool of pilots of the DRONAMICS Black Swan aircraft maintain the highest industry standards in operational excellence and safety.&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Announced at this year&rsquo;s EBACE (The European Business Aviation Convention &amp; Exhibition), the partnership comes at a key moment as the company prepares for the first commercial flights of its flagship Black Swan aircraft later this year. To meet the increasing resourcing requirements that come with DRONAMICS&rsquo; growth plans, the two companies are planning future co-development of a training academy for UAV pilots.&nbsp;</strong></p> <p>Sergio Oliveira e Silva, COO, Dronamics, commented:&nbsp;&ldquo;For us at Dronamics, safety is the foundation of successful operations. This is why we are partnering with Flight Safety International to offer ongoing support in state-of-the-art training for our pilots and engineers. As we accelerate towards our first commercial flights later this year, Flight Safety will ensure our remote commercial pilots are always trained to and maintain the highest standards in operational excellence and safety. Our joint future plans include the co-development of an academy that will ensure we are well placed to meet the resourcing requirements of running the world&rsquo;s first drone cargo airline .&rdquo;&nbsp;</p> <p><img alt="" src="https://imagizer.imageshack.com/img922/7088/cQV2kZ.jpg" style="height:448px; width:600px" /></p>
5/23/2022
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