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European Flight Academy welcomes two new DA40 NG

European Flight Academy, a brand of Lufthansa Aviation Training (LAT), recently took delivery of two brand new Austro Engine jet-fuel powered DA40 NG aircraft at Rostock-Laage airport in Germany, expanding its flight training fleet in Germany to 12 aircraft of both types, DA40 and DA42.

“With the new deliveries we expand our fleet of state-of-the-art training aircraft, and improve training quality even more.”

Matthias Lehmann, Managing Director of LAT Pilot Academy

“We are proud to support the growth of European Flight Academy. The cooperation with the academy has been a great pleasure and we’re looking forward to continuing to support them with the industry’s safest and most efficient training platforms.”

Jane Wang, Sales Director, Diamond Aircraft Austria

About Diamond Aircraft’s Flight Training Solution
Diamond’s dedication to flight training has shaped its product line of modern fuel-efficient aircraft, each with a specific training application in mind. With its complete line of piston aircraft including a dedicated flight training concept with Single Engine Piston (DA40 NG) and Multi Engine Piston (DA42-VI) trainers, along with type-specific flight training simulators and proprietary jet-fuel engines, Diamond Aircraft is the only sole source provider in the flight training market. For more information, please click here.

About Lufthansa Aviation Training / European Flight Academy
Lufthansa Aviation Training GmbH (LAT) is one of the leading companies in the field of flight training with its competence in the training and further education of cockpit and cabin personnel at ten training locations. LAT combines the flight schools of Lufthansa Group under the brand European Flight Academy (EFA). The theoretical part of the flight training takes place in Bremen/DE or Zurich/CH; EFA locations for practical training are in Goodyear/USA, Grenchen/CH, and Rostock-Laage/DE. For more information, please click here.

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