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The recent Graduation Awards Function was attended by Kenya Army dignitaries. Besides recognising the studentsâ achievements, it was an occasion to bid farewell to the Kenya Army 5A course, who have been at the Academy for 10 months.
Meet Starlite Aviation Group's Chief Engineer and Accountable Manager for the Company's maintenance facility in Durban, Emmanuel Mhungu.
CONGRATULATIONS to Stefan Fouche, at our Mossel Bay Training Academy who became the first person in Africa to fly 1 000 hours on the Guimbal Cabri G2 Helicopter.
The Starlite Aviation Group is a major provider of rotor wing and fixed wing HEMS services in Africa, Asia and Europe. The Company's ability to mobilise complete rescue, relief and operational teams swiftly, safely and professionally has earned it a reput
Starlite introduced the Sling 2 to its fixed wing fleet, as part of the aircraft renewal programme which the Company undertook in 2012.
Dublin, Ireland - Vector Aerospace Corporation, a global independent provider of aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services, has recently supplied five extensively modified AS332L Super Puma helicopters on lease to Starlite Aviation.
Starlite Aviation Training Academy has launched the new Robinson R44 Cadet helicopter, the first of its kind in South Africa and boasting the 4th chassis in the world.
The Starlite Aviation Group is a leader in providing superb rotor and fixed wing services on all aircraft configurations in all geographic areas worldwide.
Starlite's Fixed Wing Academy, has operated on the Mossel Bay Airfield, since 1986 and trained pilots from Europe, the Middle East and numerous African countries, many of whom are currently instructors or charter, air ambulance or airline pilots.
Part of the highly successful Starlite Aviation Group, Starlite Aviation Training Academy operates out of Mossel Bay Airfield and Virginia Airport, South Africa providing superior helicopter training
The Starlite Aviation Group, founded by CEO, Slade Thomas and Executive Director, Karl Kebert began their journey at Virginia Airport some 16 years ago, their vision, to be a globally significant player in the international aviation industry.
Two of the three Transnet Aircraft Mechanic apprentices trained by Starlite Maintenance Durban have successfully completed their trade tests. Apprentices Sifiso Lugagu and Vusimuzi Zondi have been in the Company
Press Release: Following an urgent call on Saturday, 13 February, for assistance to rescue an orphaned white rhino calf...
Press Release: Robinson Helicopter Company's R44 Raven II ranked as the worldâs top-selling helicopter.
Tina de Jager, owner of Bushveld Game Capture, is to be congratulated on her purchase of the new MD 500ER Helicopter, from Starlite Aero Sales.
With the Academy's focus on acquiring the finest aircraft for the training of pilots, Guimbal's Cabri G2 is said to be favoured by the Company's instructors and students, for its unparalleled safety features, comfort and style.
With 50 years of flying excellence, Peter Ivan Wilkins, more recognisably and fondly known as Monster, was to say the least a legend in the aviation industry, achieving accolades of which many of us only dream.
Starlite's Elite Evolution S923 Fixed Wing FNPT II MCC simulator is set to change the face of fixed wing training at the Company's Training Academy.
Starlite's equal opportunity policy has given rise to a generation of professional and successful women, in their chosen field within aviation.
Adding value to the Company's pull package solution is the highly acclaimed Starlite International Aviation Training Academy, known in the aviation sector as one of the most professional and successful training academies globally.
Starlite Maintenance Durban has, since it's inception, been dedicated to serving Starlite's large fleet of Robinson aircraft.
Starlite's most recent AMO has been approved by CAA. After months of negotiations and paper work, ensuring that all compliance criteria was fulfilled, Dawie Degenaar, from Starlite Maintenance Johannesburg, secured the AMO