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Air Austral training school obtains DGAC approval

Posted 10 October 2019 · Add Comment

The Air Austral Training School has officially received the DGAC approval for the practical examination of the CCA (Cabin Crew Certificate).

This recognition is the culmination of a year of work sessions during which the Air Austral teams have made every effort to set up a structure dedicated to training PNCs.

Nearly 200 young people have followed the PNC training since the launch of the company's training institute. Until now, they had to go to France for the practical part of their examination at Les Guyards center , with which Air Austral had established a partnership. From now on, this examination will take place in Reunion Island at the premises of Air Austral. This is excellent news, especially for the Reunion people, who can now have direct access to PNC training on their island and obtain the Cabin Crew Certificate.

Air Austral thus becomes the first overseas examination center, the first in the Indian Ocean and the fourth one in France.

 

 
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