Monday 23th March 2020
Flyco releases Corona Virus Information course.
Flyco has recently announced that they have released a Corona Virus course for its users. The course covers general information about the virus and some general precautionary measures for fighting it. The course is available on all of the administrator panels and is free of charge for any use.
Tuesday 31th March 2020
Due to recent events and cautionary measures taken regarding the COVID-19 virus, Flyco has launched their own E-classroom platform allowing their customers to be able to carry out virtual classroom training replacing the in-class training sessions such as Dangerous Goods, Crew Resource Management and Emergency Safety Equipment Training for their crew.
Using Flyco’s E-training platform, company instructors can easily plan sessions using their own presentations as well as obtain detailed reports after each session. There are additional functions such as revision of sessions undertaken and applying examination behind any of the training sessions.
Friday 20th April 2018
GDPR, which stands for General Data Protection Regulation is to be take effect on May this year. Having headquarters in United Kingdom, Flyco Training Solutions had already been exposed to the most strict privacy and security regulations in the industry. Flyco Group has recently released a statement that they are fully compliant with the new regulations which will take affect on 25th of May this year. Flyco advised to their clients that they only keep and collect information relevant to services being provided and these include course logs, exam logs and other course related information which are crucial core aspects of the service Flyco is providing. In like manner Flyco does not share any private data belonging to registered users in its system; sole exceptions being the stakeholders for which Flyco is liable. Stakeholders are limited to Civil Aviation Authorities and companies in which registered users are already employed. Flyco also ensured that the security of every process and data input within our LMS website is secured by an SSL certificate and they constantly run diagnostics and execute thorough checks to ensure secure storage of sensitive data; Flyco system is also regularly tested against malevolent activities and unauthorized access attempts. We also do not store cookies on users’ personal devices nor do we use or exchange them. Through meticulously practicing these measures Flyco is all set to be GDPR compliant.
In the light of recent events, we would like to clarify that Flyco as a group and any of its subsidiaries are not in the business of selling any form of data and/or advertisement. commented Orcun Sufraci, Chief Technology Officer of Flyco Group.
Monday 26th March 2018
Flyco Group CEO Ergin Erdin (right) and Gary Burke, director of Embry-Riddle Worldwide's Office of Professional Education, signed an agreement to advance aviation education.
Flyco and Embry-Riddle to Offer Aviation-Related Courses Worldwide.
Embry-Riddle’s Worldwide Campus, through its Office of Professional Education, has signed an agreement with U.K.-based Flyco Training Solutions (Flyco) to offer an array of online, self-paced, self-guided aviation courses to airline, business aviation and general aviation customers worldwide.
Flyco offers an extensive e-library consisting of courses for pilots, cabin crew members, dispatchers, technicians, managers, handling personnel, loadmasters and ground personnel. The company provides mobile access to its resources as well as offline training options.
"We are delighted to announce this newly formed teaming agreement with such a valuable name in the industry,” said Ergin Erdin, chief executive officer of Flyco. “With our new partners, we are hoping to achieve great results in the U.S. market as we are truly looking forward to our working together.”
Under the agreement, Embry-Riddle will be able to create reports and monitor student progress using Flyco’s advanced reporting system and other e-learning tools.
The company’s unique Learning Management System and courses are prepared in strict compliance with, and guidance from regulatory authorities such as the Federal Aviation Administration, European Aviation Safety Agency, International Civil Aviation Organization and International Air Transport Association.
“E-learning is undeniably one of the fastest-growing learning tools in aviation and Flyco is one of the leaders in the aviation e-learning market today,” said Gary Burke, director of the Office of Professional Education at Embry-Riddle’s Worldwide Campus.
“By combining the tried and tested methods of conventional training offered by our university with the new-generation computer-based training technology of Flyco, our users will be able to improve their skills both online and offline wherever they are. We believe our strong partnership will yield great results.”
Thursday 22th March 2018
Romania’s Blue Air has become the first European carrier to purchase and implement Flyco Group’s Competency based E-Training (CompBT) for its flight crew.
Flyco’s all new CompBT works as a two-stage training and knowledge assessment system. The method developed by Flyco’s training department provides a pre-evaluation function on any courseware, allowing the system to obtain valuable data on the overall knowledge of an individual crew member on any given subject course in Flyco’s E-library.
General subject modules such as the RVSM, Winter Operations and Performance-based Navigation will be some of the first modules to be offered with the CompBT version available for recurrent training.
A sophisticated algorithm automatically customises the training required for each individual user by re-calculating and administering the course content to address areas where a knowledge gap is observed by the findings obtained from the pre-test.
By going through CompBT training, Blue Air’s training department will obtain valuable information on the weaknesses and knowledge gaps of each crew member, whereas traditional methods used in E-learning only give access to pass/fail data.
The newly developed method enables Blue Air training department to steer away from a traditional overall plan whereby each crew member receives identical training material and allows the department to focus on individual competencies of the crew members by auto-customisation.
The data obtained by the Flyco CompBT system is analysed by Flyco’s Advanced Reports System (ARS), which allows the training department to observe, track and assess the individual performance statistics as well as year-on-year training performances of its crew. It can also be used at various other stages of training, such as the Evidence based Training (EBT) and Advanced Training Qualification Program (ATQP).
The overall solution intends to reduce training costs, relieve long hours of E-training for competent users and effectively lead to more efficient and qualified crew.
“We have always been quite satisfied with Flyco’s system and courses. We truly believe that this new and unique development proposed by Flyco will benefit us greatly in enhancing our crew training as well as giving our crew the possibility of completing their E-Training without having repetition throughout the E-courseware,” commented Captain Radu Metescu, Director of Training at Blue Air.
Ergin Erdin, Chief Executive of Flyco Group, stated, “Our aim at Flyco is to give the best possible training to our clients and part of that relies on giving the training department the tools and data to obtain the best possible snapshot of their crew training performance. In this regard, we are delighted to announce that Blue Air is the first European carrier to be using our adaptive learning solutions. We believe that we have a strong partnership with Blue Air and their inputs and feedback will allow us to further improve our newly developed system.”
March 16, 2018
Flyco Training Solutions (Flyco) is to provide Romania’s flag carrier TAROM Airlines with E-training solutions for its crew and personnel.
Flyco’s E-library consists of content and training material for pilots, cabin crew members, dispatchers, technicians, managers, handling personnel, loadmasters and ground personnel.
Nesma Airline’s training department personnel will have the option to create reports and obtain crew certificates utilising Flyco’s internal reports system. Admin training personnel will be able to utilise functions such as the Assessment Creation Center (ACC), Advanced Report Server (ARS) and fully automated Licence Auto-Track (LAT), and will benefit from the user-friendly administrator interface in obtaining quick graphs and statistics about their crew training performances.
With the recent expansion of its aircraft type cabin E-courses, Flyco will be able to offer TAROM’s cabin crew training department relevant courseware on aircraft types including the Boeing 737, Airbus A320 and ATR 42 & 72 as well as a variety of general subjects courses.
More broadly, Flyco’s highly automated system will allow TAROM’s training department to identify knowledge gaps, track progress and monitor training status for each individual user. The carrier’s training department personnel will be able to create reports and obtain crew certificates utilising the reports system Flyco’s A-LMS provides.
Admin training personnel will have access to functions such as the Assessment Creation Center, Advanced Report Server and License Auto-Track, and are free to create their own training content as well as obtaining valuable data on crew training performance.
September 18, 2017
Cairo, Egypt-based commercial operator Nesma Airlines has entered into a long-term training service agreement with Flyco Group.
As part of the agreement, Nesma Airline’s training department will not only gain full access to Flyco’s Advanced Learning Management System (A-LMS), but will have the flexibility of creating their own bespoke courseware library with fully customised exams and assessments to enhance its overall training performance.
Meanwhile, Nesma Airline’s trainees will have the option of accessing courses remotely using the ‘FlyPad’ mobile application, which offers offline training where no internet connection is available.
Flyco’s LMS and courseware has already been fully approved by the Egyptian Civil Aviation Authority (ECAA). It’s system and courses are prepared in strict compliance and guidance with regulatory authorities such as EASA, ICAO, IATA and the FAA.
“An advanced Learning Management System and a wide-ranging courseware both for pilots and cabin including the cabin type rating courses were some of the many reasons why we have decided to select Flyco for our online training requirements. We believe that Flyco system is ideal for our company as it satisfies both Initial and Recurrent Online Training and Type Rating Training providing detailed usage statistics allowing our training department to closely monitor crew performance. In addition, we believe that our pilot and cabin crew will benefit from some of the user functions such as the FlyPad and the Offline training options offered,” commented Mr. Ashraf Lamloum, the present CEO of Nesma Airlines, Egypt.
“We are quite pleased with our expansion in the Middle East market as we are receiving very positive feedback from our newly joined clients, particularly about our Administrator Panel. At the moment, we can confidently state that we have a very strong support team working closely with our customer’s training departments and dealing with user enquiries directly and efficiently. We are looking forward to growing our presence in the Egyptian market and around the Globe this year with continuing our extraordinary customer support and expansion of our system functions and our courseware,” commented Mr. Deniz Cop, current Director of Marketing & Business Development of Flyco Group.
August 25, 2017
Fiumicino, Italy-based Blue Panorama Airlines has entered into a long-term training service agreement with Flyco Group.
As part of the agreement, Blue Panorama’s training department will gain full access to Flyco’s Advanced Learning Management System (A-LMS) including a bespoke courseware library fully customised to the carrier’s requirements.
The library will consist of courses for pilots, cabin crew members, dispatchers, technicians, managers, handling personnel, loadmasters and ground personnel.
Blue Panorama’s training department personnel will be able to create reports and obtain crew certificates utilising the reports system Flyco’s LMS provides. Admin training personnel will have access to functions such as the Assessment Creation Center (ACC), Advanced Report Server (ARS) and Licence Auto-Track (LAT), and are free to create their own training content as well as obtaining valuable data on crew training performance.
Meanwhile, Blue Panorama’s trainees will have the option of accessing courses remotely using the ‘FlyPad’ mobile application, which offers offline training where no internet connection is available.
Flyco’s LMS and courseware has already been fully approved by the Civil Aviation Agency of Italy. It’s system and courses are prepared in strict compliance and guidance with regulatory authorities such as EASA, ICAO, IATA and the FAA.
Flyco Group has signed a long-term agreement with Trade Air, a passenger and cargo charter airline headquartered in Zagreb and based at Zagreb Airport in Croatia.
The agreement will see Trade Air’s training department gain full access to Flyco’s courses for pilots, cabin crew, technicians, dispatchers, handling and ground personnel, loadmasters and managers. This includes Flyco’s A320 Type Rating courseware for both pilots and cabin crew
The system and the courseware provided by Flyco is fully compliant with regulatory authorities including the Croatian Civil Aviation Authority as well as the FAA, EASA, ICAO and IATA.
Wednesday 13th April 2016
Flyco Group continues to grow by recently adding a new airliner to their book of clients. The UK-based group announced that they will be providing e-learning solutions to AMC Aviation of Poland for their crew members.
"Our decision in developing and switching to a completely new system has proved to be the right one since we have been receiving strong interest from many airliners around the world today. We believe that the reason behind this interest is the easy-use functions for both the admin and the user panels and the full customisability that our systems offer to satisfy the company specific requests of different airliners," said the present chief executive of the Group Mr. Erdin.
AMC Executive is a fully privately owned business jet airline founded and developed by its current owners. Based in Poland, the airline currently serves clients of various destinations around Europe as well as providing aircraft management and maintenance services. With the recent delivery of their first brand-new flagship Gulfstream G280, the company has decided to switch to Flyco Group as a recognition of the high level of service and efficiency.
Monday 4th April 2016
Flyco Group has signed an agreement with Chile-based airline company Aerocardal, to provide training for their crew.
All courses provided as part of this agreement will be available via PC, Mac, iPhones, iPads and Android devices which will allow Aerocardal's crew members with the ability to complete their training both online and offline. The sophisticated administrator panel that Flyco's LMS offer, will make sure that the crew certificate expiry dates are closely monitored by the company's Crew Training Department.
Aerocardal is an airline based in Santiago, Chile.It operates international and domestic passenger charter services, as well as medical services. Its main base is Comodoro Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport, Santiago.
Tuesday 2nd February 2016
Flyco Training Solutions Group has signed a long-term service agreement with the biggest business aviation company in Azerbajan, Silk Way Business Aviation.
Flyco TS will be providing pilot and cabin crew member training along with FlyCo TS Learning Management System and Courseware. All courses provided as part of this agreeent will be available to Silk Way BA via PC's, Mac, iPhones, iPads and Android device which will provide Silk Way BA crew members with the ability to complete their training online or offline.
Flyco Training Solutions has signed an additional agreement with Pegasus Airlines to fully customise their type-related courseware for the airlines specific requirements.
"Our platform allows us to tailor the courses according to our customer's needs and requirements. This flexibility of our system also allows our customers to create more detailed and personalised reports. By doing so, they obtain a more in-depth knowledge about their crew's training, address their knowledge gaps more efficiently and follow the certification expiry dates more closely for their crew," commented Mr. Ergin Erdin, presently heading the Group's Commercial Department.
Flyco Group has recently signed a long term agreement to offer e-learning training services for DOT LT for their flight personnel. The airline will also be benefiting from the type rating courseware that Flyco offers.
Flyco TS Group will be providing DOT LT with their all new user-friendly platform enabling their flight crew to be able to train both online and offline, meanwhile allowing the administrators to closely monitor their progress, send out notifications and easily track certificate expiry dates.
"The implementation of the new system has so far been a success and we will continue working on further upgrades by adding more interesting functions. We are a company that embraces the idea of innovation to be able to satisfy the needs of our customers," commented Mr. Orcun Sufraci, chief technology officer, Flyco Group.
DOT LT is an airline from Lithuania, established in 2003 that offers worldwide ACMI services using a fleet of passenger and cargo aircraft.
Flyco Training Solutions Group has signed an elearning services agreement with Azerbaijan Airlines to provide computer based training for their pilots and cabin crew.
Flyco Training Solutions Group will be providing all the elearning services to Azerbaijan Airlines (Azal Air) exclusively, concluding a long term agreement. Flyco has recently moved their headquarters to London, UK, while also maintaining their presence around the globe with offices in Turkey, Germany and USA.
"We are continuing to grow steadily as a Group with more and more presence in Europe, as well as maintaining our long lasting business relationships with our existing clients in the other regions of the world," said Mr. Ergin Erdin, presently heading the Flyco sales team.
Flyco Group has signed a long-term contract with FMI Air to provide eLearning solutions and services.
Flyco Group has recently announced that they have upgraded their eLearning platform and added interesting functions both to the user and administration panels. The new system aims to provide a user-friendly experience, while easing the workload of the administrators by providing knowledge gaps, full records support, crew qualification alerts and automated certificate generation system.
FMI Air is a charter and scheduled airline based in Yangon, Myanmar. It provides scheduled air services to Myanmar's capital Naypyidaw with 19 flights per week. It also offers charter flights to 20 destinations within Myanmar.