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EgyptAir Training Academy completes training courses

Posted 15 October 2019 · Add Comment

EgyptAir Training Academy has completed its latest training courses accredited by international and regional organisations to help to improve the performance of employees of the company.

 

Courses attended by staff included ‘Aviation Security Instructors’, as well as a new training course in aviation security entitled "Airport security supervisor course" In order to qualify a number of employees working in the security sector as instructors accredited by (International Civil Aviation Organization / ICAO).

 

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