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African representatives visit EgyptAir Training Center

Posted 11 February 2016 · Add Comment

EgyptAir Training Center has received 38 ambassadors and representatives of African countries.

The delegates were taken on a tour of the training centre to get to know the latest training programmes and equipment for the training of pilots, which include types of Airbus - A320/ A330/A340 and Boeing B777 / B737-800 as well as the training of cabin crew on emergency device CEET and providing service on CST device, in addition to the training of maintenance engineers on modern aircraft and also advanced classrooms.

The visit comes as a part of strengthening cooperation between Egypt Air training Center and airlines companies in the Africa countries, as the center already provides training services for pilots of Ethiopian Airlines and Air Kenya, also cabin crews of Sudan airlines and Eritrean airlines , as well as the engineers of Air Zimbabwe and Sudan Airlines.

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