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EgyptAir Training Academy starts operating A320-NEO Flight Simulator

Posted 25 December 2020 · Add Comment

EgyptAir Training Academy has started operating the new A320-NEO Flight Simulator, which has Acquired the Accreditation of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

 

 

Pilot. Abd El-Hady El-Shaqanqiry, Head of EgyptAir Training Academy, said:

“These international accreditations are necessary when conducting any agreements or cooperation protocols with companies and international bodies, which these certificates are required, as such major entities see that the success of the aviation industry is based primarily on cooperation with big names that have weight in the field of air transport.”

 

 

 

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