Learners share their excitement as they try out the simulator for the first time.
The UK’s first International Air and Space Training Institute (IASTI) Newark has leased its own aircraft so aspiring pilots can take to the skies.
Newark entrepreneur and philanthropist, Charles Lawrence has written the story of his rise from landscaping gardens to building a multinational group of companies.
Clare James MBE, Managing Director of East Midlands Airport, visited IASTI Newark to engage with learners and share her wealth of experience within the industry.
The planning application for the IASTI’s permanent home - a state-of-the-art Institute in central Newark - has been approved.
Learners at Newark’s Air and Space Institute received a powerful enrichment session centered around resilience from prisoner of war John Peters.
Learners from Newark’s Air and Space Institute (ASI) are to get relevant on-the-job training at the region's main airport.
The Air and Space Institute (ASI) in Newark is collaborating with Flight Director and Air Salvage International to further enhance the learning experience of its students.
Construction work has started on the new £15.4m Air and Space Institute (ASI) in Newark – and the state-of-the-art training facility is due to open in early September 2024.
Helen Sharman addressed local students and parents at a special event to mark the launch of the Air & Space Institute’s Space Engineering Studies pathway.
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