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Airways Aviation ESMA and IAAG showcase strategic partnership at SFMA

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Airways Aviation ESMA and IAAG showcase strategic partnership at SFMA - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: France Aircraft: Airplanes

Airways Aviation ESMA and IAAG – Institut Aéronautique Amaury de la Grange joined forces as exhibitors at the Salon des Formations et des Métiers Aéronautiques. This collaborative presence marks the celebration and commencement of our strategic partnership announced last January, uniting two distinguished institutions in the aviation training sector. 

Companies took the opportunity to officially launch Airways Aviation ESMA Pilot and Cabin Crew courses in Paris and in La-Motte-au-Bois (Lille) and IAAG Maintenance technician courses in Montpellier. The official process will start with the Civil Aviation Authorities in the current month and we expect to have the first courses in September.

Airways Aviation ESMA with operations in Montpellier, South of France, it’s one of the largest aviation training organizations in Europe with non-stop activity since 1988 and having trained thousands of pilots, cabin crew, maintenance technician, ground handlers and other aviation professionals. Part of Airways Aviation Group, the largest privately owned aviation training organization outside the US with direct presence in 10 countries of 4 continents and 45+ years of experience, offering aviation training from pilot to cabin crew passing from maintenance technicians, ground handlers, military programs up to higher education programs in cooperation with respected universities.

IAAG – Institut Aéronautique Amaury de la Grange was created in 1962 and has been a reference in aviation training in France having trained over 15.000 pilots and maintenance technicians. It is part of Elysees Education Group, a group specialising in education with 6 schools in different fields and a presence in several cities across France. In full expansion, IAAG is currently developing its maintenance training courses towards new and green technologies, a major challenge in the aeronautical sector. With over 50 years of experience, it brings not only the expertise but also the ability to train its students with the best quality. 


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