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EAA graduates 20 flight attendants from Mozambique

Posted 13 March 2019 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Aviation Academy (EAA), has graduated 20 Cabin Crew trainees from Mozambique, who will serve the newly established Ethiopian-Mozambique airline.

 

Group CEO of Ethiopian Airlines  Tewolde GebreMariam said:  “We are pleased to once again contribute our share to the growth of Africa’s aviation industry by training 20 flight attendants for Ethiopian-Mozambique airline.

The training of the flight attendants highlights that the role of Ethiopian Airlines in Africa’s aviation is not just limited to establishing indigenous African carriers through joint ventures, but also building their human resource capacity through wold-class training at our IATA authorized aviation academy. As we expand our partnerships across Africa, we will keep supporting African carriers through training and technical assistance.”

 

 

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