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FSTC to Offer Discounted Rates to Indian CPL Holders for Type Rating Training on A-320 and B-737

FSTC (Flight Simulation Technique Centre), India’s leading full flight training company is looking at measures to help aviation students in the current times, where the industry is coping with various difficulties due to the impact of COVID-19.

In order to assist students, FSTC is offering discounts for conducting Type Rating training on A-320 and B-737 simulators. The offer will be valid for all enrolments effective from the offer release date of 19th October, 20 till 30th November, 20. This offer provides two options for availing discount-the candidate can avail a flat 20% discount on upfront payment of the course fee, or the candidate can complete the training and pay the fee amount later.

Both offers which are exclusively for Indian CPL holders will provide ease of payments and flexibility to the students. FSTC is hopeful that with these offers students will find it easier to resume their critical training.

FSTC is the most advanced full flight simulation training company in the market. In addition to being India’s first stand-alone Approved Training Organisation (ATO) by DGCA, it has also been approved by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Not only is it the largest training institute in the country, it’s eight simulator devices caters to 95% of the flying machines of the Indian carriers, i.e. A320/B737/Dash 8 Q400 and ATR 72-600.

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