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EgyptAir Training Centre receives Libyan delegation

Posted 6 April 2016 · Add Comment

EgyptAir Training Centre received a high-level delegation from the Libyan Civil Aviation Authority, in order to re-accredit the centre for training for airlines operating in the Libyan market.

The delegation viewed the current training programmes and simulators, including Airbus types A330-A340-A320 and Boeing B77 / B737-800, as well as viewing emergency testing training.
 
After viewing the centre, the delegation agreed to take action to increase the cooperation of Libyan airlines with the EgyptAir training programmes.
 
The training centre also received a high-level delegation from Iraqi Airways to agree on training for Iraqi technical maintenance crews, air cargo and ground services employees. 
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