CESDA was the first university training centre for commercial aviation pilots to be established in Spain. It was created in 2001, as a result of impetus from the professional sphere, government bodies and the support of university institutions.
It is managed by the Rego Foundation, a non-profit foundation, which aims to run a centre for innovative aircraft pilot training based on the needs of today's society.
The members of the Rego Foundation's Board of Trustees are:
The strength of all these institutions ensures a high quality training project that is the equal of the leading European aviation training centres.