PrivatAir (stand 837) has launched a training division aimed at helping private jet operators meet new regulatory training demands.

Announcing the launch this afternoon, the Swiss company says that regulatory changes due to take place to private jet operations in Europewill mean that every operator will be required to provide mandatory and regular training to flightcrew, regardless of the type or number of aircraft they manage.

"Training has always played a key role in our success," says Victor Grove, vice-president,selection, training and customer service. "As an operator ourselves, we recognise that each organisation has a unique client base, so we ensure that all training is tailored to suit both the exact customer needs as well as the individual company culture."

Working alongside the authorities,PrivatTraining creates bespoke programmes to ensureprivate jet operators meetfull legal obligations, including providing safety, medical, dangerous goods, security and crew resource management training.

Grove says the company is also offering a wide range of other tailored training courseworking alongside external partners such as Lausanne Hospitality Consulting, part of the world-renowned Swiss hotel school Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne.

Source: Flight Daily News