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Advisor to Nigerian President of the aviation Affairs visits EgyptAir Training Center

Posted 24 February 2014 · Add Comment

EgyptAir Training Center received the advisor to the Nigerian President of Aviation Affairs has visited EgyptAir Training Center.

During his visit to two-day visit to Egypt he praised the centre for its latest simulators for pilots including the B777/B737/A320/A330/A340 and equipment for cabin crew theory and practical training on CST / CEET. 

In addition to the training of maintenance engineers he pointed to opportunities for partnership between Egypt and Nigeria in the field of aviation training and the possibility of partnership with Nigerian airlines for training, because Egypt has the practical experience and the trainer human factor. 

He confirmed that Egypt an ideal location for training the Nigerian cadres in aviation field. 

EgyptAir Training Center is ready to provide full support for all Nigerian aviation sectors, especially in, training and the air navigation, as well as the management of Nigerian airlines . 

EgyptAir Training Center is also in discussions  with the directors of Air Namibia in the capital Windhoek, for the training of pilots, cabin crew and aircraft engineers.

 

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