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EgyptAir Training Center cooperate with Eritrean Airlines

Posted 24 November 2014 · Add Comment

Egypt Air Training Center has received a high-level delegation from Eritrean Airlines to discuss ways to expand cooperation in the fields of cabin crew training for Eritrean Airlines crews.

The delegationhad a tour to learn about the advanced capabilities available inside the center where the visit included various types of simulators such as A320 / A330 / A340 / B777 / B737 to train pilots, as well as the training of cabin crew on advanced training devices such as the emergency procedures training on CEET and training methods provision of services to passengers on CST. Also the center showed how the engineers are trained the maintenance types of aircraft, which is done onthe highest level of quality. Discussions have also been completed to discuss aspects ofpartnership and cooperation.

Sudan Airways is also being trained on the different services and types of ground services and aircraft maintenanceas this cooperationextendsfrom  a year ago, and it is planned to continue to expand with the Sudanese side inmultipl eareas, such as English language testing in the  aviation field, and other domains.

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