Royal Air Force pilots to train in Italy to address UK aircrew pipeline issues
Following in the footsteps of other nations, the UK has decided to join the International Flight Training School (IFTS) for the operational training of its military pilots.
In a morning session on 13 May, the Italian Air Force and RAF officially signed an agreement to train student pilots and instructors at the renowned IFTS in Decimomannu, Sardinia.
According to the agreement, the Phase IV training of pilots
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