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SriLankan 'Wings' for cadet pilots

SriLankan Airlines recent batch of cadet pilots were awarded "Wings' when they passed out as Junior First Officers recently.

A batch of 2010 untrained pilots underwent a stringent one-year training program before qualifying to fly with the national carrier, and obtained a CAASL licence (Civil Aviation Authority) - a globally recognised certification.

The nations' flag carrier recruits two cadet batches each year for training and has a strength of 267 pilots serving in its cadre.

The new batch of pilots (From L): Shehan Fernando, Nimesh Nelson, Dinesha Gunasekera, Tharaka Gunaratne, Anuja de Silva, Kanchana Attanayake, Geethika Weerasinghe, Kasthuri Warnakulasuriya, Bhagya Tennakoon.

 

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