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Ethiopian Aviation Academy holds virtual graduation ceremony

Posted 28 July 2020 · Add Comment

The first of its kind virtual graduation ceremony took place at Ethiopian Aviation Academy (EAA) on July 24.

 

Tewolde GebreMariam, Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO, attends virtual graduation ceremony. Image: Ethiopian Airlines

 

Ethiopian Aviation Academy has graduated 558 aviation professionals on a graduation ceremony that was held in a virtual environment for the first time due to COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Speaking at the virtual ceremony Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO, Tewolde GebreMariam, said:  “Even though we could not gather to celebrate your special day due to the pandemic, we are grateful that technology has made this virtual graduation possible. I congratulate and welcome you all to this virtual graduation ceremony of Ethiopian Aviation Academy, a pioneer and the most modern in Africa.

 

“We strongly believe that educated and well-trained workforce is one of the pillars of sustainable growth. In line with that, Ethiopian Airlines has been offering high quality education and graduated over 18,000 aviation professionals like you, equipped with the knowledge and skills required for the aviation industry. Your graduation at a time when the world is dealing with unprecedented challenges should inspire you to build a better future by strengthening your resolve.”

 

The graduates include 72 pilots, 173 cabin crew, 7 aircraft technicians and 306 marketing professionals from six countries including Ethiopia. Outstanding graduates were honoured with videos featuring their success stories. 

 

 

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