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  • New Christchurch Campus Opening
  • 28/08/2015
  • Tues 18 August saw the offical opening of the new Aviation Institute facility in Christchurch.  With over $8million invested in the new facility including classrooms, offices and a new hangar.  According to the 2015 Boeing Pilot and Technical Outlook forecasts between now and 2034, the aviation industry will need to supply more than one million new aviation personnel.  has been chosen as a base for training students for the growing industry.  The PTE - School of Service is also taking advantage of the new facility with the delivery of their Airline Customer Service Programme which has been delivered from the Auckland campus since 2006.  To complement this, and the global demand for pilots and engineers, there has been increasing demand for a customer service programme from students and career changers in Christchurch and throughout the South Island.  As Christchurch is also a well-known destination for International Education, it is anticipated that International Students will also be choosing to complete their customer service qualification at the new facility.  The Airline Customer Service Programme is expected to be delivered from the Christchurch facility from around March 2016.  Read more >>
  • Aviation Institute Graduation 2014
  • 27/11/2014
  • Successful recipients of the Aviation Institute NZQA Approved Programmes graduated recently at a ceremony in the engineering hangar at the Aviation Institute.  Students graduating included those in Airline Customer Service, Aeronautical Engineering as well as graduates of the National Certificate in Aviation (Ramp Operations) who completed their Qualification on-the-job.  Read more >>
  • Aviation Institute adds EASA B1.3 Helicopter Turbine Course Approval
  • 19/11/2014
  • The Air New Zealand Aviation Institute continues to add to its integrated and innovative approach to delivering its basic aircraft maintenance courses, by incorporating a category B1.3 strand outcome to its popular EASA basic training course.  Read more >>
  • 787-8 FFS Approved by CAAC
  • 19/11/2014
  • The Air New Zealand Aviation Institute recently received Level D approval from the Civil Aviation Authority China (CAAC) for its Boeing 787-8 Full Flight Simulator.  Read more >>
  • ONLINE-Student visa application
  • 07/10/2014
  • Did you know that you can now apply for your student visa to study in New Zealand online?  Read more >>
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