September 10, 2014 (Alliston, ON) – FlightPath International and Coopesa announce their new alliance to establish an International Airline Training Center located in San Jose Costa Rica. This new alliance will bring Transport Canada, FAA & EASA approved airline training courses to serve the Americas, based at the Coopesa facilities in San Jose.
Training programs will include Pilot and Maintenance courses beginning the fourth quarter of 2014.
This strategic alliance will not only bring a new International standard of training to the region but will also provide strong economic gains for Costa Rica.
MRO Coopesa is located at the San Jose International Airport, and serves Operators worldwide with both Boeing and Airbus fleet types. Coopesa is in its 51st year and mostly owned by its 800 employees. Contributing to Coopesa’s success is a long history, profitability and a family tradition of working for the company.
About FlightPath International Limited
Established in 2003, FlightPath International specializes in training all major fleet type aircraft including Flight, Technical, and Cabin programs. Courses are delivered by professional instructors with experience on type, with content tailored to meet the specific needs of each operator. As an authorized Bombardier training provider, FlightPath International provides services worldwide in support of the Bombardier CRJ Series, Dash 8 Series, Boeing, Airbus and Embraer Series. With this new training center in Costa Rica, the recent expansion of a new training centre in Dubai, another in Portugal and the existing home based Toronto training center, FlightPath is expanding to provide worldwide opportunity.
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