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BECOME A PILOT

With IFA AVIATION TRAINING CENTER

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Your future starts here

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IFA Aviation Training Center aspires to become more than just an aviation academy.
Our goal is to help you develop great skills and competencies. Make your successful aviation career with us!

Why IFA?

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IFA Aviation Training Center is one of the largest standard aviation training centers in Portugal. With us experience is involved in personal care with each student.
Our people are united by their passion for aviation and want to ensure quality training for you.

At our academy you can start your aviation career with Ab Initio training. We are one of the few in the country with an early flight phase start.
In addition, you can continue deepening your knowledge with Type Ratings.
There is a wide range of aviation training, including Cabin Crew.

Aerodromes

The efficient environment you are looking for to meet your flight needs.

Fleet

The quality set of planes that allows you to master the flying skills.

Team Work

At your disposal, the reliable team that helps you reach the next level.

Training Programs

We translate your dreams into the best learning opportunities.

How we became what we are today

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IFA Aviation Training Center has over 21 years of experience in providing aviation services.
It also has more than 9 years of experience in Ab Initio training.
IFA combines the appropriate instruments with specialized employees and instructors.
We are proud of our past and excited about the future.

How we started

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IFA was founded in 1998, in São Domingos de Rana.
Qualified professionals were gathered so that technical knowledge and experience in aviation could be transmitted. Thus, a new generation could learn knowledge obtained over an extended period of contact with the area.

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