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TAV Academy holds first training

Posted 29 January 2016 · Add Comment

TAV Academy has held its first training session in Istanbul, under the membership of TRAINAIR Plus Programme, with trainers from Tanzania.

As a United Nation’s International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), TAV Academy held its first training, which was attended by 12 executives in airport operation business from Tanzania, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey.
 
“The compliance of our training programs to international standards has been approved by ICAO, the main global organization of civil aviation, in line with our strategies,” said TAV Academy general manager Barış Müstecaplıoğlu.
 
The training compromised of 30 hours of e-learning and five days in-class training.
 
The academy is one of 16 private training organisations of ICAO Trainair Program, and was accredited in August 2015.
 
TAV Academy is one of the four training centres of Airports Council International (ACI) in Europe.  
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