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GAA SpeedJet Aviation train latest batch of cabin crew under its partnership programme

Posted 23 November 2016 · Add Comment

A group of 15 students have successfully completed its Cabin Crew training under GAA SpeedJet Aviation, a partnership between Gulf Aviation Academy and domestic aviation training institute SpeedJet Aviation.

The GAA SpeedJet Cabin Crew Program is recognised by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAAi) of United Kingdom and rewards students with a certificate recognised by CAAi & all major aviation regulators around the globe. 

“The detailed and well thought-out 24 week long program offers rigorous classroom and practical training in personality development, grooming, voice modulation, safety and first aid, among others. Along with this, we ensure ability and preparedness of our crew to handle all flight safety and emergency situations on board”, said Capt. Dhaffer Al Abbasi, CEO, GAA 

“The students are trained in the GAA Cabin Crew mock set-up which includes 3 mock aircraft including A320, B737 & EMB 170 where all safety drills are performed by the students practically. We are the only company to offer this type of training in India. SpeedJet also takes care of students’ visa, tickets, ground transportation & 3-5 star hotel accommodation (including breakfast) for the full course duration in Bahrain”, added Capt. Dharamraj Shukla, Director, SpeedJet Aviation.

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