ATSG’s Airborne Training Services launches redesigned website


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The new website provides visitors with an overview of the Airborne Training Services offerings.


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WILMINGTON — Airborne Training Services, the airline pilot training subsidiary of Air Transport Services Group, Inc. (ATSG) announced the launch of its newly redesigned website at www.airbornets.com.

The new site features a streamlined design with information about their class offerings and training equipment.

The new website provides visitors with an overview of the many offerings of the Airborne Training Services team, including Airline Transport Pilot Certification Training Program (ATP-CTP) training, door training, and access to FAA-certified Level C Boeing 767 and Boeing 757 full flight simulators. The company provides training under a Part 142 certificate from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration.

Airborne Training Services’ new website is the first of six new sites ATSG will launch throughout 2021. Visitors are encouraged to sign up for ATSG’s email alerts at www.atsginc.com/investors/investor-resources/email-alerts .

About Airborne Training Services

Airborne Training Services is an FAA Part 142 training center that provides training to airline pilots on Boeing 767s.

The company’s airline-developed training programs — including Airline Transport Pilot Certification Training Program courses — focus on safety, professionalism, and modern training techniques built on four decades of cargo airline training experience.

The company’s training center is located within ATSG’s facilities at the Wilmington Air Park where it offers in-depth classroom instruction and flight training on an FAA-certified Level C Boeing 767 full flight simulator. Airborne Training Services is a wholly owned subsidiary of Air Transport Services Group, Inc.

Learn more at www.airbornets.com.

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The new website provides visitors with an overview of the Airborne Training Services offerings.
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