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澳洲航空宣布建立飞行员培训学院
2018-03-03发布人:Aicha来源:我爱CBD网

QANTAS GROUP ANNOUNCES PILOT ACADEMY

随着全球航空业的飞速发展,技术过硬的航空人才缺口问题日益凸显,为了迎合不断增长的人才需求,澳航集团宣布将开设一所专业的飞行员培训学院,致力于培养一支高质量的飞行员储备团队,力求每年能够为航空领域输送至少500名专业人才。澳航飞行员学院将于2019年正式成立,为了方便学员们实际操练,学院将选址于澳洲境内现有机场附近,预计项目初期建设将耗资逾2000万澳元。

澳航集团飞行员学院项目计划

澳洲航空首席执行官艾伦•乔伊斯 (Alan Joyce) 先生表示,作为澳大利亚国家航空公司,飞行员学院将成为集团未来机组团队最主要的储备人才来源,同时也为整个澳大利亚的航空行业输送专业领域人力资源。

乔伊斯先生说道:“在澳洲航空的历史上曾经有过多位令我们引以为傲的世界顶尖飞行员,我们希望能够看到集团人才辈出的成就得以延续传承,而通过建立自己的飞行员学院,以澳航一贯坚持的高标准培养新一代航空专业人才,无疑是最直接有效的一个途径。”

“根据波音公司调查,预计在未来的20年内,全球对于飞行员的需求量将高达64万人次,其中近40%的需求量将在亚太地区集中体现。这个严重的人员紧缺状况赋予了创办飞行员学院的必要性和迫切度,学院的开设将不只是造福于澳航,更将为澳大利亚这个航空大国源源不断地输送高质量人才,” 他继续补充道,“长远来看,飞行员学院极具潜力成为澳大利亚在亚太区航空业的竞争优势。凭借越来越成熟的办学经验为各大航空公司培训飞行人才,进而成长为南半球最大的专业培训学院。”


澳航集团飞行员学院项目计划

按照澳洲航空的计划,学院成立之初,将重点为集团旗下包括捷星航空和区域短程航空QantasLink在内的各个航空公司每年输送100名训练有素的飞行员。后期将逐渐拓展成为完善的教育中心,根据行业需求培养航空领域各方面的技术人才,预计全方位展开的收费培训项目每年将能培养500多名专业人员为全世界航空公司提供服务。

澳航集团飞行员学院的主要生源是从各大高中或大学的优秀毕业生中进行挑选,入学后学员首先需要接受18个月的理论知识学习,模拟训练以及实地飞行训练,其后,分别针对学员未来操控的机型进行更深入的专项培训演练。学员们在完成学院内的所有课程之后,将在资深机长的指导下,执飞涡轮螺旋桨式飞机,担任副驾驶职位,以此作为他们飞行员道路的起点。

据乔伊斯先生介绍,全球飞行员中近97%为男性,因此缓解目前人员性别比例的严重失衡也将成为学院试点研究项目之一,从而多方位发掘更具天赋的行业人才。“下一代的新生飞行员预计人数接近64万,如果我们只从男性入手,那显然错失了另一半能够胜任这一职业的大量女性飞行员。因此,我们应该大力提倡鼓励更多女性加入飞行员行列,开启她们满怀激情的职业生涯。” 乔伊斯先生补充道。

2017年底,澳航宣布了以澳洲首位女飞行员命名的南茜•伯德•威尔顿(Nancy Bird Walton)计划,致力于快速扩增女性飞行员的储备力量,力求在2018年新招募飞行员中的女性比例与全国持证飞行员的女性比例持平,达到20%,并在未来的十年里持续发展,将这一比例提升至40%。

澳航现役飞行员的招募渠道主要来自已有的飞行员学校、空军退伍飞行员和其他商业航空公司,这些渠道在飞行员学院建成之后依然会持续招募,从而全面满足不同航线的飞行经验需求。同时,澳航去年还开展了另一项招募计划,与澳大利亚五所大学开展合作,对于飞行专业的学生提供协助训练与指导,并直接录取各方面表现优异的毕业生,成为澳航的新生力量。澳航集团现有共计3500多位专业飞行员,这一数字还在持续增长中,至今年年底,预计还将有350位新晋飞行员加入澳航的团队中。

事实上,澳航的飞行员培训学校由来已久,其历史可以追溯到20世纪20年代航空公司建立初期,在极为有限的条件下,为澳大利亚培养了多名优秀飞行员。如今,澳航集团的飞行训练设备及模拟器几乎遍布整个澳洲,自始至终为机组人员的专业操练提供先进完善的技术支持。


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关于澳洲航空

澳洲航空于1920年在澳洲昆士兰省创立,原名为昆士兰省和北领地航空服务有限公司(Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Service)。澳洲航空是全国最知名的品牌之一,在澳洲和国际航空业的发展上占有重要地位。

时至今日,澳洲航空集团已成为多样化的环球航空企业,旗下业务包括澳洲航空国内线和国际线、低成本航空公司捷星航空及澳洲航空飞行常客奖励计划Qantas Loyalty等。

澳洲航空集团每星期营运超过7,300班航班,连同代码共享和寰宇一家伙伴的航班在内,每年运载逾5,000万人次前往全球1,000多个目的地。

澳洲航空集团现时拥有近20年来最年轻的机队,旗下近300架航机的平均机龄为七年左右,当中包括广受赞誉的澳洲航空A380客机及捷星航空波音787梦幻客机。

澳洲航空连续四年跻身于AirlineRatings.com评选的“全球最安全航空公司”之列,并在服务、美酒佳肴、科技和创新等范畴亦夺得多个大奖。


Qantas will establish a pilot academy capable of training up to 500 pilots a year, to help meet the increasing need for skilled aviators in one of the fastest growing global industries.

The Qantas Group Pilot Academy is expected to open its doors to students during 2019 and is likely to be established near an existing airfield in regional Australia to provide easy access to uncongested airspace. It will represent an initial investment of up to $20 million to establish the new facility.  

Qantas Group CEO Alan Joyce said the academy would become a critical part of the national carrier’s long term talent pipeline – and an important resource for Australian aviation.

“Qantas has a proud history of having some of the best pilots in the world and we want to make sure it stays that way. By creating our own academy, we can train the next generation of pilots to the Qantas Group standard. 

“Boeing estimates the world will need about 640,000 more pilots in the next 20 years, with 40 per cent in the Asia Pacific region. That level of demand makes the academy important not just for Qantas but for Australian aviation more broadly so that all parts of the industry have access to qualified pilots in a country that relies so heavily on air transport.

“Over time, we see potential for the academy to become a competitive advantage for Australia in the region. It could train pilots for other airlines and grow into the largest academy of its kind in the southern hemisphere,” added Mr Joyce.

The academy will initially train around 100 pilots a year for direct entry into the Qantas Group, including Jetstar and regional carrier, QantasLink. Depending on demand from other parts of the aviation industry, this could grow to 500 pilots a year on a fee-for-service basis.

The typical path for most students entering the academy will be high school and university graduates with strong academic performance. After up to 18 months of classroom, simulator and real-world flight training, students would then receive further training specific to the type of aircraft they will be flying before entering service as a First Officer on turboprop aircraft, sitting next to an experienced Captain.

Mr Joyce said that addressing the chronic gender imbalance among pilots – with a global average of 97 per cent males in the profession – would be key to meeting market demand. 

“If we’re leaving out almost 50 per cent of the population in our search for the next generation of 640,000 pilots, we’re clearly not tapping into all of the talent that’s available. As an industry, we need to do a much better job of encouraging women to become pilots and take up what is an exciting career path,” he said.

In late 2017, Qantas announced the Nancy Bird Walton initiative – named after the pioneering Australian aviator – to improve on its 5 per cent proportion of female pilots. It commits the Qantas Group to a 20 per cent intake of qualified women in its 2018 Future Pilot Program (which is in line with the proportion of women in aviation courses nationally) and to reach at least 40 per cent over the next decade.

In establishing the academy, Qantas will partner with one of several existing training providers. It will also engage with Federal, State and Territory governments to discuss possible locations. 

Currently, the Qantas Group sources pilots from a mix of new graduates from existing flying schools, pilots from general aviation and the military, and from other commercial airlines. This is expected to continue in order to provide the different levels of experience needed by the national carrier. An additional program to help mentor and then recruit the ‘best and brightest’ aviation students from five Australian universities wasannounced last year.  The Group has more than 3,500 pilots and plans to recruit a further 350 by the end of 2018.

Qantas first had a pilot training school in the 1920s, shortly after the airline was established. Some of Australia’s earliest aviators were trained at its facilities in Brisbane and Longreach. Today, the Qantas Group has a series of training facilities and flight simulators around the country as part of ongoing skills development for established pilots.   

Aspiring pilots wishing to express interest in finding out more about the academy can visitwww.qantas.com/pilotacademy


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