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Jazz Aviation Pathways Program's Growth Continues

Addition Of Brampton Flight Center Brings Number Of Participating Organizations To 17

Jazz Aviation welcomes Brampton Flight Center ("BFC") of Caledon, ON to its Jazz Aviation Pathways Program; a program developed in 2007 to create a streamlined career path for the pilot profession in Canada. The addition of BFC brings the number of Jazz APP educational institutions to 13, and the overall number of organizations within the Jazz APP program to 17.

"We're very pleased to continue growing the Jazz Aviation Pathways Program and adding such high-quality member organizations as Brampton Flight Center," said Steve Linthwaite, Vice President, Flight Operations at Jazz. "Our commitment to the future of the pilot profession in Canada includes this important opportunity to support aviation programs with operational experience, and to promote safety and professionalism."

This agreement is the first of its kind between Jazz and Brampton Flight Center's Integrated ATPL program. The industry-leading Jazz APP includes collaboration on training and curriculum to promote safety and professionalism, while providing up-to-date information on industry best practices. The Jazz APP is aimed at establishing a direct career path for qualifying graduates; including flight simulator evaluations, student scholarships, and the opportunity for top-performing graduates to transition to first officer positions at Jazz.

"The Brampton Flight Center is extremely proud to have been selected by Jazz to be a part of their Aviation Pathways Program," said Scott Chayko, Chief Flight Instructor, Brampton Flight Center. "Being selected speaks to the quality of our pilot training and our commitment to providing a superior flying and learning experience to our students."

The Jazz APP awards nearly $80,000 each year to top students in recognition of safety and professionalism.

(Source: Jazz news release)

FMI: flyjazz.ca/pathwaysprogram

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