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EgyptAir Training Academy cooperates with the airline in the State of Togo

Posted 24 April 2017 · Add Comment

EgyptAir Training Academy is to penetrate the new markets in the African continent and expand into the African market and create training entities outside of Egypt.

A joint training academy between the Government of Togo and EgyptAir Training Academy under the name of Togo /EgyptAir Training Academy has been launched. 

The academy aims to create training cadres within the State of Togo and in West African region in all specialties such as pilot training ,cabin crews in theoretically and practically training , aircraft maintenance engineers, air dispatchers, quality, security and others.

 

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