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347 aviation professionals graduate from Ethiopian Airlines Aviation Academy

Posted 20 June 2016 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines Aviation Academy has graduated 347 aviation professionals in a ceremony held last week at the academy.

25 Pilots, 35 Aviation maintenance technicians, 43 Cabin Crew and 244 Commercial and Ground Service professionals graduated, with some of the graduates being Rwandese nationals as part of Ethiopian’s focus on African integration and self-sufficiency.
 
“Adequate number and quality of qualified aviation professionals are the prerequisite for a successful and vibrant African Aviation industry and Ethiopian Aviation Academy is working hard to progressively realize this objective,” said Tewolde Gebremariam, CEO, Ethiopian Airlines.
 
The Ethiopian Airlines Aviation Academy is certified by the Ethiopian Civil Aviation Authority, the U.S Federal Aviation Administration, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), and IATA Safety Audit (IOSA), and is a recognised ICAO Centre of Excellence. 
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