CTC Aviation soars to new heights

World-leading airline training provider, CTC Aviation, has soared up the rankings in the annual Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200. Having been a new entrant and ranked 32 last year, the company’s international growth during 2012 saw CTC Aviation move up to 14th place, ahead of internationally renowned British brands such as Hunter and Wiggle.

The fourth annual International Track 200 awards dinner, held in London on Tuesday 17 September, recognised Britain’s private companies with the fastest growing overseas sales. After the ceremony, Rob Clarke, Group CEO for CTC Aviation Group Limited reflected on it’s achievement “We were very proud to be recognised in the top 200 in 2012 and I am absolutely delighted to see that the company has been recognised again and that we have soared up the ranks. The aviation industry predicts a need for a further 460,000 new pilots over the next 20 years, so these are exciting times for us! We value the long term partnerships we build with our client airlines. Our philosophy is to focus on understanding the culture of each airline we work with and deliver a tailored programme designed specifically to meet their needs. We return to our core values in all we do – innovation, quality, expertise and flexibility – and our people are key. This award is just recognition for their hard work.”

CTC Aviation trains in the region of 2,000 airline pilots each year for approximately 50 client airlines around the world. The company delivers a comprehensive portfolio covering aircrew selection and supply, cadet pilot training and a full range of advanced courses for experienced pilots. Additionally, CTC Private Jet, the company’s private jet division manages and operates executive jets on behalf of private clients.

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