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Jetstream Aviation to train the inspectors of the Civil Aviation Authority of Ghana

Posted 24 August 2015 · Add Comment

Jetstream Aviation enters the African market by signing yet another cooperation agreement with a state authority.

Jetstream has been chosen by the Civil Aviation Authority of Ghana to perform the ATR 42/72 Type rating training of their inspectors. 

All trainings will be conducted by Jetstream Aviation’s instructors and personnel at the company’s facilities both in Dubai and Athens throughout August. 

Jetstream Aviation’s CEO, Capt. John Diskos said: “We are very pleased to announce yet another cooperation agreement with a state authority. Moreover, according to our growth strategy we are entering the very promising African market and we seek to establish our position in it through our dedication to provide our clients with world class training services and solutions which has been recognised over the years by some of the global aviation industry’s largest private and state actors.”

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