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Ethiopian Aviation Academy graduates 124 aviation professionals

Posted 31 December 2013 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines has graduated 52 Aviation Maintenance Technicians, 47 Marketing and 25 Finance trainees on December 26, 2103 at a graduation ceremony held at the airline's Headquarters.

Tewolde Gebremariam, CEO, Ethiopian Airlines Group said, "Ethiopian is continuing to invest heavily in the training of skilled aviation professionals that are critically essential for the successful implementation of its fast, profitable and sustainable growth strategy. With the heavy investments the airline has made over the last 3 years, Ethiopian Aviation Academy now has 1,000 trainees' annual in-take capacity in all critical areas of the industry such as pilots, cabin crew, aircraft technicians, Sales and marketing and finance personnel. Going forward, in line with our Vision 2025 strategic roadmap, Ethiopian Aviation Academy aims to quadruple its intake capacity by training 4,000 aviation professionals annually with a view to support the African aviation industry". 

Ethiopian Aviation Academy has recently been transformed into a profit center of the Ethiopian Airlines Group with the aim of making it the leading aviation-training center in Africa by 2025.

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