More than 90 men and women have become pilots at the Pilâtre de Rozier Training Center since 1985. A long story that began in two small villages to the east of Metz (Moselle). First at Cheuby Sainte Barbe, then at Courcelles Chaussy before landing in Meurthe-et-Moselle at Chambley aerodrome a little over 10 years ago. English, Americans, Austrians, Moroccans, and of course (and mostly) French people. Alongside Philippe Buron Pilâtre, many instructors have joined regularly. Today there are two instructors / examiners who teach the theoretical and practical part. Seven students are in training and have all passed the theoretical part. It remains to complete the practical flights.