Since 2004 in the Ural Ural aviation enterprise operates successfully flight-technical school of civil aviation. The school was organized on a private basis and produced the first training navigators and pilots, that is performed the task of ex-trainer teams (UTO) to conduct refresher training. Previously, due to a sharp decline in demand for such courses due to a general drop in air transportation and other aviation operations, a network of such units and centers specializing in specific types of aircraft came to a complete desolation. UTO virtually ceased to function, the scale did not allow a paltry contain such, on the one hand the right and necessary, but rather inert and disproportionately expensive to machine, human resources specialists and teachers, as well as the rather voluminous and complex enough manufacturing base. Conduct periodic, regulated by the requirements of guidance documents, training of pilots was nowhere. Thus, the school created to ensure the full training of pilots and scarce navigator of the remaining flights of Kazakhstan, and the minimum number of school administrative staff, in conjunction with low-cost content of the teaching staff (as teachers involved pilots and engineers of the local airlines), its optimum, not "inflated" the industrial base to support its possible economic return, resulting in school functions successfully to the present time and is one of three educational institutions of Kazakhstan (Almaty Academy of Civil Aviation (CAA) and RGP "State Aviation Center), producing pilot training. As the acquisition and practical experience, college, except for courses on the AN-2 and A-410, was re-educate pilots on the aircraft A-410 aircraft mechanic to prepare for the maintenance of these types of aircraft, and since 2006 has been to produce an initial pilot training at the An-2 plane, for people with higher technical education. Sufficiently attractive to potential applicants for a certificate of civil pilots Aviation is a small training period, from September to April and the lack of entrance exams.