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Air Austral opens its cabin crew training centre

Posted 18 September 2017 · Add Comment

Air Austral is investing its wealth of experience and skills in its new Cabin Crew Training Centre which will open in October.

By opening its specialised training center for cabin crew careers in October, Air Austral intends to diversify its activity and strengthen its foothold in Reunion Island. The new structure’s location at Air Austral's head office, Saint Marie airport zone, means that cabin crew will be trained locally. Reunion Island citizens will be able to attend cabin crew training and obtain their C.C.A (Cabin Crew Attestation) directly on the island. 

A modern structure in line with European standards and equipped with all the necessary cabin crew training resources

Air Austral has set up a modern structure, in line with European standards, equipped with all the necessary cabin crew training resources. The training centre, created in 2008 by Air Austral's Cabin Crew Division, was initially intended for on-going cabin crew training for Air Austral staff. It will now provide training for all Reunion Island citizens and also for citizens living in the Indian Ocean area who wish to train as cabin crew. The centre has four 70-seater classrooms and a 42-seater demo-cabin for fire-fighting and technical training exercises. The demo-cabin can be set up in all three of Air Austral's aircraft cabin layout.

Training in partnership with Guyards Interline Center

Cabin crew training will be carried out by Guyards Interline Center theoretical and practical training specialists. The Guyards Centre has been running training courses for many years and boasts the highest CCA exam success rates. Specialised and experienced Guyards Centre trainers will teach the training sessions on the island.

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