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Nesma Airlines and Flyco Group in training agreement

Posted 26 September 2017 · Add Comment

Egypt-based commercial operator Nesma Airlines has entered into a long-term training service agreement with Flyco Group, reports The Journal of Civil Aviation Training.

Nesma Airline’s training department will not only gain full access to Flyco’s Advanced Learning Management System (A-LMS), but will have the flexibility of creating their own bespoke courseware library with fully customised exams and assessments to enhance its overall training performance.

“An advanced Learning Management System and a wide-ranging courseware both for pilots and cabin including the cabin type rating courses were some of the many reasons why we have decided to select Flyco for our online training requirements. We believe that Flyco system is ideal for our company as it satisfies both Initial and Recurrent Online Training and Type Rating Training providing detailed usage statistics allowing our training department to closely monitor crew performance. In addition, we believe that our pilot and cabin crew will benefit from some of the user functions such as the FlyPad and the Offline training options offered,” said Ashraf Lamloum, the present CEO of Nesma Airlines, Egypt.

“We are quite pleased with our expansion in the Middle East market as we are receiving very positive feedback from our newly joined clients, particularly about our Administrator Panel. At the moment, we can confidently state that we have a very strong support team working closely with our customer’s training departments and dealing with user enquiries directly and efficiently. We are looking forward to growing our presence in the Egyptian market and around the Globe this year with continuing our extraordinary customer support and expansion of our system functions and our courseware,” added Deniz Cop, current Director of Marketing & Business Development of Flyco Group.

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