LIST OF REFERENCES

Sverker Axdahl, First Officer (Transwede, MD-80). The first Swede at the Aviator. Left the Aviator 1990 with 1500 hours and 700 multi to become a Flight Officer with Lone Star Airlines. Hired by Transwede in March 1994 as a Flight officer on the MD 80. Currently Captain on Airbus A330 Nova Airlines. Tel: On request

Jens Carlsson, Former Captain, Check Airman (Air Marshall Islands) Dornier 228.Swede that left the Aviator 1991 with 1900 hours to become a First Officer with Air Marshall Islands. Currently flies as a First Officer for Britannia Airways Nordic B737    Tel: on request

Andy James: His father was the Flight Director at the worlds largest airline (American Airlines). Mr. James chose the Aviator for his sons training. Just as the predecessor at American choose the Aviator for his daughters training. Both are flying for American Airlines right now.

Joakim Nyman: Chief Pilot, Aviator. Swede that has worked his way up through the ranks at the Aviator. Became Chief Pilot in 1994. Flies B717 as a captain for Airtran. Tel: on request.

Per Andersson: Captain Lear 24 / Falcon 20, Addison, Texas. Swede that left his position 1994 as Chief Pilot at the Aviator after working his way to the top. Hired as First Officer Lear 24. Flew Learjet and Falcon for a local corporation in Dallas as a Captain. Hired by United Airlines August 1997.

Johan Otterberg: Captain Flying Enterprise, Sweden. Flies Shorts 330-360. Finished his training in the Aviator ATP program during 1994. Hired 1995. Currently First Officer My Travel Airways A330 Tel: on request.

Mattias Nemeth: First Officer Flying Enterprise, Sweden. Flies Shorts 330-360. Finished his training in the Aviator ATP program during 1995. Hired Jan. 1996. First Officer Boeing 737 Transwede Airways. Tel: on request.

Henrik Lindberg: ATP student (First Officer program), Flying Enterprise, Sweden. Flies Shorts 330-360. Finished his training in the ATP program Aug. 1995. Hired Sept. 1996. Tel: on request.

Anders Hansson, ATP student from the Aviator hired April 1996 as a First Officer Jetstream 31, North West Airlink, USA. Was hired after entering the "Flight Safety New Hire Program". April 1996.

Håkan Andersson, ATP student flies twin engine night freight in Texas for Jetprop. Part 135. a/c PA-31, Hired Sept. 1996.

Jonas Johansson, ATP student (First Officer program), Airline Pilot Program. Hired as a First Officer, Zimex Aviation, Switzerland. Jonas flies Twin Otters in Burma and Algeria. May 1996.

Ginny Rence, ATP student/instructor, Aviator. Hired as a First Officer, India. Dual citizenship (Indian and Swedish). May 1996.

Marcus Stenstrand, ATP student from the Aviator, Airborne, Dornier 228, Sweden, Hired summer 1996.Currently Captain Ryanair B737

Magnus Bjurhäll, First Officer SAAB 340, Golden Air, Sweden. Currently First Officer Nova airlines A320. ATP student. Hired September 1996.

Erik Mellander, ATP student, Captain Learjet 24-25/ Falcon 20, Ameristar, Pontiac, Michigan. Hired October 1996.

Mikael Alm, ATP student, First Officer, Flying Enterprise, Sweden. a/c Shorts 360, Hired October 1996.

Björn Solevåg, ATP student, First Officer Lufttransport A/S Norway, a/c B-200, Hired January 1997.

Jesper Andersson, ATP student, Aviator student flies twin engine night freight in Texas for Jetprop. Part 135. a/c PA 31, Hired December 1996. October 97 First Officer Ameristar Jetcharter Lear 24-25.

Johan Dahlfors, ATP student (First Officer program), Skyways, Sweden. a/c F-50, Hired December 1996.Currently at Britannia Nordic Airways First Officer B737.

Lars Alm, ATP student, First Officer SAS Commuter, Sweden. a/c SAAB 2000, Hired January 1997.

Patrick Bromming, ATP student from the Aviator. SAS Airline January 1997.

Hans Ola Unevik, ATP student (First Officer Program), First Officer Skyways, Sweden. a/c F-50. Hired January 1997.

David Bengtsson, ATP student (First Officer Program), First Officer, Airborne, Sweden. a/c Jetstream 31. Hired April 1997. First Officer Sterling Airways B-727. September 1997.

Rolf Quander, ATP student, First Officer, ASA, USA. Hired August 1997.

Magnus Bergman, ATP student (First Officer Program), a/c Learjet 24-25, Ameristar Jet charter, El Paso, TX, USA. Hired May 1997. Currently First Officer Britannia Airways B737

Johan Stenmark, ATP student, Flight Instructor TFHS. Hired August 1997.

Jens Gustavsson, ATP student, Flight Instructor Bromma Flygskola. Hired October 1997. March 15, 1998. First Officer Malmö Aviation (BAE 146).

Gösta Centerwall, ATP student, Flight Instructor Bromma Flygskola. Hired October 1997. Falcon Aviation B-737 October 1999

Adam Dubrowski, ATP student, First Officer, a/c Learjet 24-25, Ameristar Jet charter, Dallas, Texas. Hired June 1997.

Dragan Kovacevic, ATP student, (First Officer Program), a/c BAE 146, Malmö Aviation. Hired October 1997.

Stefan Sparring, ATP student, (First Officer Program), First Officer, a/c BAE 146, Malmö Aviation. Hired October 1997.

Johan Nordström, ATP student, (First Officer Program) First Officer, a/c Cessna Caravan, Nordflyg. Hired October 1997. First Officer Flying Enterprise Dec. 1997

Arash Nami, ATP student flies twin engine night freight in Texas for Jetprop. Part 135. a/c PA-31, Hired November 1997.

Peter Rydberg, ATP student flies twin engine night freight in Texas for Jetprop. Part 135. a/c PA-31, Hired Nov. 1997.

Ted Tönnesson, ATP student flies twin engine night freight in Texas for JTA. Part 135. a/c B-58, Hired Sept. 1997.

Malin Thomsson, ATP student from the Aviator. SAS Commuter January 1998.

Jan Kurvits, ATP student from the Aviator. Värmlands Flyg. First Officer King Air B-1900D. February 1998.

Fredrik Jonsson, ATP student from the Aviator. Widerö. First Officer DASH8-300. February 1998.

Michael Fisher-Colbrie, ATP student from the Aviator, First Officer ACA, Jetstream 32. March 1998.

Mikael Visonj, ATP student from the Aviator, First Officer Malmö Aviation (BAE 146). April 1998.

Per Davidsson, ATP student from the Aviator, First Officer Skyways, Sweden. a/c F-50. April 1998.

Andreas Haglund, ATP student from the Aviator, First Officer Malmö Aviation (BAE 146). June 1998.

Alexander Larsson, ATP student from the Aviator, First Officer West Air. July 1998.

Frida Johansson, ATP student from the Aviator, Captain Smålandsflyg (PA-31). Falcon Aviation B-737. Augusti 1998.

Joakim Granholm, ATP student from the Aviator, First Officer Malmö Aviation (BAE 146) September 1998.

Tobias Runol, ATP student from the Aviator, First Officer Malmö Aviation (BAE 146) September 1998.

Mats Kronberg, ATP student from the Aviator, First Officer Ameristar Lear 20 series, September 1998.

Robert Björkholm, First Officer program, First officer ATR 42, DAT, regional airline 2001

Alexander Erhold, First Officer program, First officer B1900, Crossair, regional airline 2001

Fredrik Andersson, First Officer program, First officer B90, DAT, regional airline 2002

Eric Christiansen, First Officer program, First officer B1900, DAT, regional airline 2002

Niklas Ohlsson, First Officer program, First officer B1900, DAT, regional airline 2002

Claes Danielsson, First Officer program, First officer B90, DAT, regional airline 2002

Magnus Gustavsson, First Officer program, First officer B90, DAT, regional airline 2002

Anders Molander, First Officer program, First officer B90, DAT, regional airline 2002

Henrik Liller, First Officer program, First officer B1900, DAT, regional airline 2002

Robert Engström, First Officer program, First officer B1900, DAT, regional airline 2002

Sylvia Dank, First Officer program, Captain B1900, DAT, regional airline 2002

Olof Gransvik, First Officer program, First officer ATR 42, DAT, regional airline 2002

Per Tornell, First Officer program, First officer ATR 42, DAT, regional airline 2002

Håkan Johansson, First Officer program, First officer ATR 42, DAT, regional airline 2002

Martin Jönsson, First Officer program, First officer ATR 42, DAT, regional airline 2002

Anders Andersson, First Officer program, First officer ATR 42, DAT, regional airline 2002

Rene´Rydberg, First Officer program, First Officer Skyways, regional airline.      2002

Thomas Wettainen, First Officer program, First officer ATR 42, DAT, regional airline 2002

Thomas Ekengren, First Officer program, First officer SAAB340, Golden Air, regional airline 2002

Lars Åkerblom, First Officer program, First officer DAT, regional airline.         2002

Fredrik Falkenstrand, First Officer program, First officer DAT, regional airline.  2003

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1997-11-03

Som en av Aviator Internationals absolut första kunder är det roligt att konstatera att allt gått som jag hoppades vid kursstart. Utbildningen och vägen till ett första arbete som pilot har inte varit utan problem. Konjunkturen tillsammans med det överskott som ännu råder på piloter har gjort anställningsprocessen till en utmaning. Jag är dock glad att jag klev in i denna kamp om mitt första arbete med en ansenlig mängd total tid och två-motor tid vilket gjort att jag kunnat söka till de absolut flesta bolag på marknaden.

Att sedan ha förmånen att kunna få hjälp av AI med ansökningshandlingar och resume på både engelska och svenska gör inte den service jag erhållit sämre. Med anledning av detta kan jag varmt rekommendera Aviator International. Detta antingen du behöver vidareutbildning eller grundutbildning för att göra dig konkurrenskraftig på marknaden.

Johan Otterberg

Kapten Shorts 360/330, Flying Enterprise

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Jönköping 1997-10-05

Som inbiten segelflygare och innehavare av ett svensk A-certifikat blev jag tidigt medveten om två-motortidens betydelse för möjligheten till ett arbete. Aviator Internationals kursprogram och mitt eget uppoffrande slit gav mig den erforderliga operationella erfarenheten. I samarbete med AI arbetade jag fram resume och lämpliga ansökningshandlingar. Att jag nu arbetat dryga 18 månader som flygstyrman visar om något att konceptet fungerar.

Det är lätt att glömma bort att det till sist är du själv som genom hårt arbete, personlighet och kompetens skaffar dig möjligheten till ett arbete som pilot. Gör inte misstaget att välja en utbildning som saknar den erforderliga flygtiden vare sig det gäller en eller tvåmotor som marknaden kräver. Det kommer du att ångra när det blir dags att ta sig an arbetsmarknaden.

Mattias Nemeth,

Flygstyrman Boeing 737, Braathens Svenska AB

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Örebro 1996-09-05

Finding a job as a pilot is no easy task. It takes endurance, hard work and a bit of luck before you can land your first airline job. Any tools that will make this process easier should be considered. I had finished my basic training with a fair amount of single engine time but a very limited amount of multi-engine time (30 hours). Realizing that I was as far from the right seat of an airline at this point as when I started my basic training I enrolled in the Aviator International First Officer Program. Assistance from AI with the Government loans and grants made the financing possible.

The Shorts 360 was targeted as a suitable aircraft and a program of 250 flight hours as a First Officer was selected. Through my hard work and eagerness to fly the airline gave me the opportunity to stay on and I finished the program with nearly 500 hours of turboprop time on the Shorts.

AI and Stefan Jonsson made me aware of the fact that Flying Enterprise was about to hire First Officers and with very short notice I landed my first interview and subsequent position. I started my work as First Officer September 1996.

Take a closer look at Aviator International for your advanced training needs, resume service and become a member of the Scandinavian Pilot Pool. You have nothing to loose. This money spent may well be the difference between you and your competitors in the job market.

Henrik Lindberg,

Flygstyrman Shorts 360/330, Flying Enterprise

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1996-09-03, Dallas, Texas.

My flying career was at a full stop, Aviator International gave me the connections and program to jump start my flying and get back into the business of flying aircraft. It was not a free ride I worked extremely hard to get back into aviation but the rewards have been just as sweet as I imagined.

 If you are looking for quality information and advice for your next aviation move give Mr. Jonsson at Aviator International a call. Maybe you are just a First Officer Program away from landing you first job or at least your first interview. I accepted the challenge of spending even more money on flight training because I realized without a renewed effort I would be spending the rest of my days shuffling papers at a desk. Today I fly a Lear Jet at flight level 410.

Joakim Nyman

Captain Lear 23/24 Falcon 20, Ameristar. Former Chief pilot Ari Ben Aviator Dallas , Texas.

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Fellow Pilot, Basel, 1997-02-10

Working abroad as a pilot for a number of years made it difficult to keep abreast with new developments in the European and Scandinavian market. Having a resume and cover letter on file and on computer at all times with Aviator International made my airline applications so much easier. It was easy to update my application flight hours when necessary and to get the latest news on prospects for hiring in Scandinavia.

From a Scandinavian point of view the Aviator International service is unique. Your flight experience, ratings, personality and attitude will get you the job, but Aviator International will make your application process a lot easier.

So if you need resume service and career assistance or initial pilot training I can give Aviator International and Mr. Stefan Jonsson my highest recommendation.

Jens Carlsson,

Captain SAAB 2000, Cross Air.

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Stockholm, 1997-10-18

Starting my career as a Pilot in the USA made it hard for me to keep abreast with the developments in the Scandinavian pilot market. Aviator International gave me a perspective on changing rules concerning conversion of FAA licenses and made it easier for me to make a decision, when and how to convert my FAA licenses.

Resume and cover letter on file and on computer with Aviator International made my airline applications easy.

I will continue to use this excellent service in the future and can recommend it to any pilot getting ready to take his next career step as a pilot.

Sverker Axdahl,

First Officer L1011, Britannia / Nova Airlines.