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Ethiopian Aviation Academy ranked amongst the World’s Top Aviation Training Centres

Posted 8 February 2018 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Aviation Academy (EAA) has been ranked among the top World Aviation Training Centers by Aviation Voice, a global aviation news provider engaged in ranking of aviation training centres all over the world.

The ranking is against 18 carefully calibrated performance indicators to provide the most comprehensive and balanced ranking covering the full range of a training center’s areas of activity including number and types of programs, opportunity of cadetship and aviation training combined with higher education studies, data on the number of students, instructors as well as information regarding the size of fleet and the network of flight training devices the training center operates, among others.

Ethiopian Aviation Academy is an ICAO designated Regional Training Center of Excellence hosting ICAO courses; European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approved Maintenance Training Organization, International Air Transport Association (IATA) Authorized Training Center (ATC) and Accredited Training School (ATS) and Ethiopian Civil Aviation Authority Approved Training Organization (ATO). The Academy is also working to become an IATA| Regional Training Partner (RTP).

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