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EgyptAir Training Center passes EASA 147 inspection

Posted 18 June 2015 · Add Comment

EgyptAir Training Center has past the European Agency inspection for Safety and Aviation ( EASA ) conducted recently by the agency through reviewing training programmess, quality standards and the administrative structure of the instructors of the engineers of the training center to make sure they conform to the specifications and requirements of the European civil aviation authority.

A delegation from the European Aviation Safety Agency did the inspections, which included all classrooms and qualification of instructors, the quality of training courses, examination system, and also the manual of the concerned department.

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