AYJET’s B737 NG (Fixed Base) simulator, which is certified by Turkish DGCA, has been opened for individual use of pilots, with or without instructor, for the preparation flights for simulator evaluation flights during the pilot selection stages of airlines.
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The Multiple Pilot License (MPL) program, which is being implemented in developed countries especially in the training of airline pilots in pilotage training, was implemented for the first time in Turkey in 2018 with the cooperation of AYJET Flight School and SunExpress Airlines. This program, which was developed to train 120 pilots, was successfully completed with the last flight performed. We would like to thank all the stakeholders who contributed to the implementation of this program, especially the General Directorate of Civil Aviation.
We are proud to be the first practitioners of the MPI program in Turkish civil aviation. After that, we will continue to introduce more qualified airline pilots to Turkish aviation with the increase of such meaningful cooperation.
January 15, 2022, AYJET Flight School held its 99th semester graduation ceremony at Hezarfen Airport with the graduated pilots and their families.
18 Young pilot candidates who started their flight training at AYJET Flight School with the goal of becoming a pilot on airlines have experienced the well-deserved pride of successfully completing an intensive and grueling training.
At the ceremony, AYJET School Principal Naci UÇAR and semester winner Atilla ÖZTÜRK made a speech.
To date, 1284 of the 1493 graduated pilots trained by AYJET Flight School have taken their places in the cockpit and started flying on airlines.
What is more meaningful than numerical success is that Ayjet graduate pilots receive appreciation and appreciation for the performance they have shown on the airlines they fly.
The Ayjet family continues to grow with the newly graduated pilots and to contribute to the rapidly growing Turkish Civil Aviation with the pilots it has trained.
The ceremony was completed with the issuance of diplomas to the graduated pilots, the fitting of their certificates, the presentation of the gift to Atilla ÖZTÜRK at the beginning of the semester and the catering given at Hezarfen Airport after the photo shoot.
We wish the young graduated pilots success in their pilot careers and safe flights.
AYJET Flight School, which has been continuously growing since its establishment in 2005, especially as a result of the increasing demand before the pandemic and the cooperation initiated with THY, SunExpress and Pegasus Airlines, signed an agreement with SONACA for the purchase of 12 aircraft in April 2018.
The first of these aircraft was received in July 2019 and the participation of 12 aircraft was completed to the AYJET fleet.
As it is known, the European Commission has made changes in the training programs for pilots to receive better training and to prevent accidents, as the European Commission has determined that aircraft entering an abnormal state and loss of control are among the most important risks in commercial air transportation. AYJET flight school made the necessary changes in its training programs for this purpose and included two ZLIN 242L aircraft to its fleet to be used in this training program.
In accordance with AYJET’s evaluation that the aviation industry will return to its former vitality after the pandemic and the need for pilots will increase as before the pandemic so AYJET’s the aircraft fleet reached 35 aircraft with the participation of SONACA 200 and ZLIN 242L aircrafts.
We are absolutely sure that who makes the right predictions about the future and make good plans for the future will achieve success more easily.
We believe that after the pandemic, our civil aviation will continue to grow rapidly from where it left off and that we will take our place in growth as the AYJET family.
A star was lost in the Turkish Military and Civil Aviation community.
Korgün ÖZTOPÇU, whose military personality in the air force, his piloting, and his success in the air pentathlon, was engraved in the memory of many aviators, became a role model for the pilots with his attitude and behavior in Turkish Civil Aviation after the Turkish Air Force.
Retired Captain Pilot Korgün ÖZTOPÇU, who worked as a simulator teacher at AYJET Flight School after completing his flight career in airlines, transferred his labor, knowledge and experience to young pilot candidates. He made invaluable contributions to their being good aviators and pilots.
Retired Captain Pilot Korgün ÖZTOPÇU with his modest personality, professionalism in military and civil aviation and his always smiling face will never be erased from our hearts and memories as the contrail left by jet planes in the sky.
Our deepest condolonces to the family and all the aviation community. Rest in peace Captain Korgün.
Within the scope of the corporation between Turkish Airlines and AYJET Flight School, 16 pilot candidates who started their flight training on August 27, 2018 successfully completed their training and deserve to have an airline pilot licenses.
The graduation ceremony of our alumni pilots as AYJET 81st-THY 9th term was held on February 1, 2020 with the participation of our alumni pilots’ families, relatives, and AYJET family. Also, Airbus A320 Type Manager Captain Pilot Serkan Cevdet TANSU from Turkish Airlines was attended the ceremony. AYJET School Principal Naci UÇAR, and top scoring student of 9th term, Burak YALÇINTAŞ, gave their speeches at the ceremony.
Our students, who has started their flight training in AYJET after having completed the pilot selection process of Turkish Airlines, has shown great performance throughout their training in AYJET.
The cooperation which has been started between AYJET and Turkish Airlines has continued with new pilot candidates while graduating present terms. Up to now, 150 alumni pilots has been given pilot training and 157 student pilots are continuing to get trained on behalf of Turkish Airlines.
So far, 592 of the pilots graduated from AYJET, fly for Turkish Airlines, 233 of them for Pegasus Airlines, 88 of them for SunExpress and others in different airline companies. In total, 1094 pilots graduated from AYJET have taken their places in cockpits and began to fly for airlines.
We wish our young and new alumni pilots success and safe flights throughout their pilot career in Turkish Airlines.