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International aviation qualification conferred in South Africa

Posted 25 November 2016 · Add Comment

Over a hundred delegates from Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs); Directorates of Civil Aviation Companies (DCAs) and airline companies based in Namibia, Swaziland an South Africa, have received their International Air Transport Association (IATA)-accredited qualifications.

ATNS chief operating officer, Dr Sandile Malinga said the ATNS Aviation Training Academy (ATA)’s foremost priority is to train people who can identify and apply their knowledge and requisite skills to solve aviation-related problems: “In that way, we are able to create prosperity for ourselves and future generations. The ATA is a world-class institution dedicated to the training Air Traffic Services (ATS) management experts who are capable of adding value to their institutions - thereby contribute to global aviation standards.”

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