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EgyptAir Training to show its capabilities at Addis Ababa event

Posted 15 March 2015 · Add Comment

EgyptAir Training Center will be demonstrating its wide ranging capabilities when it participates in the third African Aviation Training Conference & Exhibition 2015 that will be held in Addis Ababa 19th & 20th March, 2015.


The company will be discussing the cooperation in different flight training fields and to show the developed capabilities that are available in the center such as the pilots training on simulators with different types such as A320/A330/A340/B777/B737NG
Based on its expansion in the Arab and African markets and its leadership in aviation training among the neighboring countries, EgyptAir Training Center has received EASA approval as an ATO for all of the different flight simulators types.
The Center will also share information about its training of cabin crews on advanced training devices as emergency training procedures on CEET and training of flight services on CST .as well as detailing its engineers maintenance training on several aircraft
African customers of the Cairo-based trainer include Libyan Airlines and Afriqiyah Airways ,Sudan Airways ,Ethiopian Airlines, Kenya Airways and Eritrean Airlines.
 

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