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EgyptAir Training Academy strengthens relations with airlines in Africa

Posted 3 August 2017 · Add Comment

EgyptAir Training Academy recently received the Chairman of Rwandan Airlines, accompanied by a high level delegation, to view the latest training programmes and simulators for pilots training, including types of Airbus A330-A340-A320 and Boeing B777 / B737-800, as well as cabin crew training on different devices such as emergency procedures CEET and training on ways to provide services to passengers CST.

EgyptAir Training Academy has also recently discussed the possibility of training cabin crews of Eritrean Airlines in the Academy on all emergency procedures on CEET emergency , provide service on CST , first aid and security, as well as receiving a high-level delegation from Air Burkina to discuss ways of cooperation to train pilots and aircraft maintenance engineers.

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