Flight Dispatch License
Dispatch can be called the Flight and Heart Information and Computing Center of an airline that employs specialists who need information about pilots such as air, various aircraft weights, extensive aviation information, flight partners, services and many other specialized issues related to Give them the flight. In fact, the dispatch unit provides all the information that any pilot needs to fly, and in a way, a ground pilot who will become a very strong pilot by completing an air course.
The Dispatcher training course includes 500 hours of theory classes and 120 hours of internships at airlines, after which students will be able to apply for and be employed by airlines by obtaining an international certificate from the National Aviation Organization.
Registration of dispatching students requires the following conditions:
Have at least a high school diploma
At least 21 years old
Performing military service or exemption for men
Qualification of aviation medicine according to the standards of the National Aviation Organization