In the ever-evolving world of aviation, staying ahead requires not only innovative technology but also superior training that prepares pilots and engineers for the challenges ahead. Neo Energy Aviation Academy, a name familiar to our readers through our previous two editions of Aerospace Central Europe (ACE), continues to redefine the standards of specialized flight training.
Neo Energy isn’t just another aviation academy. Their commitment to offering Flight Test Pilot and Lead Flight Test Engineer Training courses — crafted according to the latest innovations in Competency-Based Training and Assessment — sets them apart. Their tailored short courses for specialized operators in both the private and governmental sectors highlight their ability to cater to the unique needs of the aviation industry.
A walk through their facilities reveals an impressive arsenal of cutting-edge tools and equipment. From their flexible fleet of state-of-the-art aircraft to their advanced flight simulation training devices, Neo Energy ensures trainees have access to the very best. The convergence of experienced staff from various domains like flight training, simulation, testing, and academia ensures that every trainee receives an education that’s both comprehensive and aligned with global standards.
Today, we’re excited to share some updates from the academy. Their current EASA test cat 2 flight test pilot course is progressing with remarkable momentum. With trainees set to clock a total of 70 hours across different aircraft types, the rigorousness and comprehensiveness of the program are evident.
For our visual enthusiasts, we’re delighted to present a selection of photographs capturing the academy’s fleet in action. These images not only showcase the aircrafts’ technical prowess but also the sheer beauty of flight.
As we have observed and reported in our recent publications, Neo Energy Aviation Academy is more than just an institution. It’s a melting pot of expertise, innovation, and passion — serving clients from Europe and around the globe with specialized multi-role training services.
Disclaimer: RFB Fanjet 600 is not owned by the academy but is available for lease/training purposes. Learn more about the Fanjet here: https://fanjetaviation.com
To our avid readers and aviation enthusiasts, stay tuned for more updates on the trailblazing journey of Neo Energy and other pioneers in the field, only in Aerospace Central Europe:
Fly high, train higher.
By Katerina Urbanova, Chief Editor, Aerospace Central Europe