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ZITA Aviation Training adds new Part-147 type training course for Airbus A330 engineers

Posted 30 November 2016 · Add Comment

ZITA Aviation Training is now qualified to provide aviation professionals with Airbus A330 B1/ B2 aircraft type theoretical and practical training.


“Further to our client’s demand we are delighted to introduce a wide body aircraft type training and expand our capabilities to include the Airbus A330. The training syllabus covers subjects such as aircraft’s system and power plant familiarization, conducting checks and troubleshooting on all 3 types of engines (RR, Trend, GE)," said Dimitrios Zikoulis, account manager. “With over 1,3 thousand aircraft in operation we believe that the addition of the Airbus A330 Type Training to our EASA Part 147 approval is a significant step towards our increasing expansion to follow the aviation industry tendencies.”

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