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EgyptAir Training Academy cooperates with African airlines

Posted 31 May 2017 · Add Comment

EgyptAir Training Academy received a delegation from Madagascar Airlines this week to know about the latest technical training programmes in Airbus A340 and Boeing B737- 500 / B737-800NG, and discussed ways of joint cooperation.

In addition, a delegation from the African-Libyan Airlines Company also discussed ways of cooperation in the field of training of cabin crews at EgyptAir Training Academy.

The training includes theoretical and practical training on various aviation types such as CEET, CST, evacuation and first aid by internationally trained Egyptian trainers with accumulated experience.

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