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Ninety-nine female pilots organisation visit EgyptairTraining Academy

Posted 2 November 2017 · Add Comment

The Ninety-nine female pilots organisation visited EgyptairTraining Academyduring the fifth annual meeting of the Arab sector of the Ninety-Ninth International Organization of Female Pilots, which was held in Cairo.

The organisation was established in 1989 in Saudi Arabia,and headed Captain Alia Al Tawal  who is Jordanian and includes 110 Arab Female pilots , including seven Egyptians. The Arab sector is one of the largest sectors in this organisation after the United States, which has enriched the sector and increased its Importance.

In addition, this sector aims to spread the culture of aviation among women ,introducing  them to the importance of aviation ,and the provision of scholarships and training for those who want to learn aviation.

Members of the international organisation representing countries such as America, Spain, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Sudan, Jordan and others made a tour in EgyptAir Training Academy to learn about its latest training programs as one of the largest specialized academies in the Middle East and Africa, which includes simulators of pilots training types Airbus - A320/ A330/A340 and Boeing B777 / B737-800 as well as the training of cabin crew on emergency CEET device and providing service on CST device, in addition to the training of maintenance engineers on modern aircraft  and also advanced classrooms.

 

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