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Delegation of Malawi visits EgyptAir Training Academy

Posted 29 October 2019 · Add Comment

EgyptAir Training Academy has received a high-level delegation from the Republic of Malawi headed by Rhoda Gadama, executive director of Airports Development Authority, to discuss ways of cooperation in various training fields.

 

The tour included a presentation of all the activities of the academy to identify the advanced capabilities in the various classes.

The visit also showcased simulators such as A320 / A330 / A340 / B777 / B737 to train pilots, as well as the training of cabin crew on advanced training devices such as the emergency procedures training on CEET and training methods provision of services to passengers on CST.

The academy showed how the engineers are trained on the maintenance types of aircraft, which is done on the highest level of quality.

The delegation expressed its admiration for the facilities available at EgyptAir Training Academy that help to raise the efficiency of the human factor in the field of air transport industry in the continent, especially the Republic of Malawi.

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