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Airways Aviation announces opening in Italy

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Airways Aviation announces opening in Italy  - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Italy Aircraft: Airplanes

Airways Aviation, a global leader in aviation training, is thrilled to announce the planned opening of its new Training Facility next month at Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) in Italy. The new classrooms and offices are located within the “Palazzina Comando” (Commanders Building), part of the renowned Volandia Aviation Museum and directly adjacent to Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) Terminal 1. The “Palazzina Comando” or Commander Building is an important historical structure that dates to 1930 and served as the former command center of the Milan Malpensa military airport. The exterior of the building has been meticulously maintained by the Volandia Museum to preserve its rich heritage, while the interior has been renovated to Airways Aviation’s modern standards. The new facility will feature fully equipped training classrooms, meeting and interview rooms, along with administration, marketing, sales, and student admissions offices.

Mauro Calvano, CEO of Airways Aviation Academy commented: “Our new office and training centre at Milan Malpensa Airport represent a significant milestone for our company. The historical significance of the building and its location within the museum create a unique atmosphere that enhances the learning experience for our trainees. We are proud to be part of the Volandia and Milan Malpensa Airport community and look forward to contributing to its legacy.”

Romy Hawatt - Airways Aviation - Founder & Chairman said: "The opening of this new center is part of Airways Aviation's broader strategy to expand its footprint and make high-quality aviation training more accessible to the increasing demands of the Italian and surrounding markets. Airways Aviation Italy will offer a unique blend of modern training resources and facilities within the historical ambiance of one of Italy’s most famous aviation landmarks, providing an inspiring environment for our students and staff." 

With a commitment to excellence and innovation, Airways Aviation is dedicated to providing top-notch education and training to aspiring aviators. The new center will offer a range of aviation training programs, including EASA ATPL Ground Theory, Foundation courses, and other aviation-related courses. 

The historical context of the building adds a unique dimension to our training programs, making this a distinctive location for aviation education. Additionally, it offers convenient access to Milan Malpensa Airport Terminal 1 and the MXP train station. We invite the community to visit our new Airways Aviation Italy office and training centre, explore Volandia museum, and learn more about the exciting opportunities in aviation.



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