European Flight Academy, a Lufthansa Group flight school, selected Private-Radar as
their Flight School Management System after an exhaustive analysis of the leading
software on the market.
With 60 years of experience in the field of flight training, Lufthansa Group has
strong demands for a modern online flight training management system to manage their
multi-base training centers. When it came time to commence training operations at
European Flight Academy, they wanted to offer the best training management platform
to their students, instructors, and staff.
“We were using different software solutions across multiple bases in different countries, which was inefficient. After evaluating the leading software on the market, Private-Radar was chosen because it offers a state-of-the-art solution and is also flexible and adaptable to our processes,” said Carsten Mangasser, head of Pilot School and deputy head of Training ATO at Lufthansa Aviation Training Switzerland. “Private-Radar is without a doubt the best solution for European Flight Academy.”
Private-Radar’s Flight School Management System gives flight training centers
complete control over all their training, administrative, and operational information with
an all-in-one platform. Training centers can simplify tasks like scheduling flight and
ground lessons, following student progress, invoicing, reporting, and managing aircraft
maintenance. Private-Radar is also audit-ready and compliant which was a requirement
for European Flight Academy.
Prisque Lemblé, founder and CEO of Private-Radar, added, “We are honored
to have been selected by such a prestigious and experienced training center. Both
companies will benefit from this partnership as it will create a unique opportunity for a
collaboration that will directly enhance our current solution using their industry
Since the 1960s, Lufthansa and SWISS have been training commercial pilots at the
highest level with the predecessor flight schools of the European Flight Academy. This
many years of experience and the close interaction with the aviation companies of the
Lufthansa Group enable optimized, practice-oriented training.
With this unique foundation, they are constantly developing their training and the flight
school concept in order to optimally meet the requirements of tomorrow.
The European Flight Academy has been the flight school of the Lufthansa Group since
2017. Today it trains young pilots for airlines inside and outside the Lufthansa Group
and maintains a fleet of modern training aircraft in Germany and Switzerland for this