We are proud of Muhammad Usman for successfully completing his first solo navigation. Airborne Aviation acknowledges the hard work and effort necessary to achieve this accomplishment. As always, we would like to congratulate the cadet and the instructors involved in making this flight possible
Another student achievement making headlines at Airborne Aviation. Muhammad Usman who recently joined Airborne from another flying club was able to fly almost 70 hours in only 30 days. An achievement which would have never been possible without the dedication shown by the instructors and the hard work shown by the cadet.
Team Airborne is proud of you and wishes you the best of luck in the future.
Another promise fulfilled by Team Airborne, Sultan Nasir is Airborne Aviation’s first student to complete CPL/IR flying in an year, an achievement which speaks for itself. A very proud moment for Team Airborne, Instructors and the Cadet.
This could never have been possible without the effort and dedication of the Instructors, support from the Engineering and the availability of the Cadet.
Team Airborne wishes Sultan the best of luck for his future.
“I Flew Solo Navigation” Usman Khan.
Team Airborne would like to congratulate Usman Khan on his first solo navigation, a flight which every cadet always remembers. This flight would never have been possible without the commitment shown by the cadet and the dedicated effort put forward by the instructors.
We wish him the best of Luck.
There are some moments in life which tickle, nerves particularly. The same happened with Sultan’s Nasir, when he was given the opportunity to navigate solo, a flight which he states as “An experience of a life time, he would never like to forget”.
We wish him the best of luck in his future.
Ahsan Naveed made headlines in Airborne by flying 42 hours and 45 minutes in only one month. His willingness, availability and hard work added with dedication shown by the instructors helped him achieve this milestone. Team Airborne is proud of you and wishes you the best of luck in the future.
A career counseling seminar was held at Airborne Aviation at Walton Aerodrome on 16 Feb 2016. The main Purpose of the seminar was to help young graduates select Flying as a Career. This seminar being a series of seminars held at Airborne Aviation earlier was in light of the National Aviation Policy which encourages Aviation as a Career.
The seminar, entitled as “Aviation as a Career” was an informative presentation aimed at showing future opportunities one can have in the field of Aviation. In context of the seminar, Director Operations Air Commodore (Retired) Muhammad Zia Khan presented Airborne Aviation history and services being provided.
Students from different institutes were present at the Seminar, they were given the best advice that would help them construct their mind and select aviation as a career. The seminar was attended by various segments of media and number of CAA representatives. The seminar was concluded with a memorable and exciting air show arranged by the experienced flying team of Airborne Aviation.
Abdul Rehman displayed his abilities and skills that he learnt in his ground and flying classes by flying solo in his 15th hour. Great Achievement cadet, Team Airborne is proud of you.
Sultan Nasir with another extraordinary performance, flew 52 hours in only one month. Hard work and willingness shown by the cadet in presence of highly qualified Instructors and well maintained Aircraft’s made sure that he achieve this milestone. Well done Sultan, Team Airborne is proud of you.
Since his PPL, Salman Aslam has flown additional 45 hours for his CPL in only one month. This achievement is a result of his will to complete the flying, availability of well maintained aircraft by the Engineers and the dedication shown by the Instructors. Team Airborne wishes you the best of luck.