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FlightPath International and APAC sign maintenanc training agreement

Posted 4 December 2016 · Add Comment

FlightPath International and APAC (Academic and Professional Aviation Center) have signed a partnership agreement to provide a broad range of maintenance training solutions for all major commercial aircraft Types, worldwide.

Specialising in EASA approved B1 and B2 engineer basic training, APAC can support international students with full academic program and accommodation options. Combined with Type training services, APAC of Latvia has established itself over the last decades as a world-class engineering and technical training institution having trained hundreds of highly regarded B1-B2 engineers for the industry.

 

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