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Jetstream Aviation receive renewal of approval from GCAA

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Krista Kuznecova

Jetstream Aviation has received the renewal of its approval by the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) after the completion of a recent audit.

The GCAA completed the scheduled audit of Jetstream at the end of August, where they thoroughly examined the company’s training centres and facilities, procedures both administrative and organizational, personnel, training fleet and aids.
“The renewal of our approval by an esteemed international authority such as the GCAA is evident of our professionalism and our continuous focus in providing our clients with high standard aviation training services. For all of us at Jetstream Aviation, quality is an uncompromising issue, and part of ‘doing business as usual,’” said Jetstream Aviation’s CEO Capt. John Diskos.

Jetstream was automatically awarded the renewal as the audit recorded zero findings, meaning the company can continue its training courses in Athens in Dubai. 

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