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EgyptAir Training Centre showing at African Aviation MRO Conference & Exhibition 2016

Posted 11 March 2016 · Add Comment

EgyptAir Training Centre has announced its participation in the African Aviation MRO Conference & Exhibition 2016 next week.

The conference will be in Casablanca, and will discuss the maintenance training across aircraft types.
 
The training centre has successfully obtained many accredidations and certificates such as in maintenance training pilot training.
 
EgyptAir Training Centre will be showing its training programmes and its programmes for aircraft maintenance engineer of the Boeing, Airbus and Embraer, as well as the simulators available to those on the programme. 
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